Quick Tips—A series of quick web development tips

Quite some time ago I wrote the popular Web Standards document Web Design+. This is quite a long and verbose document covering all manner of things from images to navigation and back again. I decided however that a more bitesize version was needed. Enter Quick Tips… Quick Tips is intended to provide developers with short, single pieces of useful information that can then be quickly shared via Twitter.

A screenshot of Quick Tips

Quick Tips has proved popular in its short time in existence, getting mentions and Tweets from all manner of users across the globe.

If you have a tip you’d like to share just let me know, and I’ll add it with full accreditation.

By Harry Roberts on Thursday, December 17th, 2009 in Personal, Projects. Tags: , | 4 Comments »

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4 Responses to ‘Quick Tips—A series of quick web development tips’


  1. Lincoln Cardello said on 18 January, 2010 at 11:32 pm

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  2. Song Banning said on 19 January, 2010 at 5:15 pm

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  3. Mike - WhiteFlood.info said on 1 March, 2010 at 6:33 pm

    Hey – that’s a great tip – thanks! CSS is the one thing I just don’t seem to get – and I can program PHP, old-school HTML, MySQL, C, etc. Any suggestions for people to help? Maybe you? Anyhow, cool blog – I’m subscribed to your RSS feed now so I’ll be checking in regularly!


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Hi there, I am Harry Roberts. I am a 21 year old web developer from the UK. I Tweet and write about web standards, typography, best practices and everything in between. You should browse and search my archives and follow me on Twitter, 7,791 people do.

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