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There are 2 entries for the tag skin

New feature in Subtext 2.0: CSS and JS optimization for skins and mobile support

Yesterday I wrote about the support for enclusures that has been introduced with Subtext 2.0. Today I’m going to talk about the improvements we introduced to our skinning engine in order to reduce the number and the size of HTTP requests. And we added support for mobile browsers as well. Web Performance Optimization It all started last year, when Yahoo released YSlow, an add-on for Firebug that measures the performance of a web page based on the best practices evangelized by the Yahoo’s team for Exceptional Performance. Pushed by Mads Kristensen I improved the performances of my own blog with some...

Better late then never: fixed skin for IE6

A few weeks ago, while browsing my blog from a friend laptop with IE6 I noticed that the right sidebar sometimes was under the main content area of the blog, probably the width of some post was too wide for the main column of my skin so, with IE6, the broke the layout. Today I finally downloaded the IE6 VPC image, tested it on my laptop, and fixed it. But if I waited a few more months probably the percentage of users with IE6 would have dropped, since last Friday the IE team announced that from now on IE7 will...