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Make your layout look good a different screen and font sizes. What it looks like Example 1, Example 2. Here’s what the form example (example 1) is supposed to look like. At 1024 x 768 pixels, the navigation links and Save button are positioned fixed in a column to the left. At 800 x 600 […]

On my continuing quest to become more Web-2.0-ish, I’ve tried my luck tilting at… well, tag clouds. To get an idea what I’m talking about, please have a look. These are the rudimentary basics to create a tag cloud like that. In the controller def tags @popular_tags = Tag.find_most_popular(:limit => 30) end In the view […]

Form Layout

I’ve looked at quite a lot of examples of form layout over the past two years. Invariably the demonstrations looked very pretty and were pretty primitive. Usually, all the input elements are lined up in a single column; labels are either stuck on top of the inputs or prepended to them. This is all well […]

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