Bulletproof Web Design › Table of Contents

Each of the nine chapters focuses on a "bulletproof guideline", using existing, traditional examples to illustrate how best to embrace flexibility and prepare for worst-case scenarios.

Bulletproof Web Design

CHAPTER ONE: Flexible Text
Size text using keywords to allow user control and maximum flexibility.
CHAPTER TWO: Scalable Navigation
Provide site navigation that scales to any text size or content amount.
CHAPTER THREE: Expandable Rows
Resist specifying a height for horizontal page components.
CHAPTER FOUR: Creative Floating
Use floats to achieve grid-like results.
CHAPTER FIVE: Indestructible Boxes
Plan for the unknown when constructing styled boxes.
CHAPTER SIX: No Images? No CSS? No problem.
Ensure content is still readable in the absence of images and/or CSS.
CHAPTER SEVEN: Convertible Tables
Strip the presentation from data tables, refinish with CSS.
CHAPTER EIGHT: Fluid Layouts
Experiment with page layouts that expand and contract.
CHAPTER NINE: Putting It All Together
Apply bulletproof concepts to an entire page design.

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