I am proud to announce the launch of my latest and proudest completed project SanseiOnline.com. This is my parents company, hence have put my heart and soul into it. Although its nothing compared to other online stores you can find on the net, but still its a major web development milestone for me.
Molly Holzschlag once said “Content is King” in Web by Design: The Complete Guide and i believe that this term is familiar with many. But does that mean a plain site like mine is considered good? What is good? What is successful?
It is common knowledge that success is a subjective term, but still there must be some form of measurement in order to come to a logical and feasible assessment. For me, I try to achieve flexibility, and maintainability, to be able to adopt different designs and layouts in a short amount of time. Content must be separated from presentation and the entire site must exist independently with out the need for FTP, WYSIWYG editors, or any specific tools. I want to know that I can revamp my entire site at any internet café or any computer that has a connection and a browser.
Would you go to a restaurant for a month and order the same food all the time? Lets say the restaurant is really good, they got the best… I think you got my point…
Do you think its ever possible to avoid chunks of nested-tables when designing a well layout site? Its definately possible with the underestimated power of CSS. This is what i mean.