Category: Style

Blog posts from the designers at SCL

Flex: What, How and Why?

using flex box instead of float

Flex is a new layout mode which provides simple and powerful tools for aligning content and creating complex layouts. Despite it not being an accepted standard from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), its popularity in the web design community is growing and browser support is pretty good in everything apart from Internet Explorer < 10 (who expected anything else?). Apparently, the draft of the standard was up for review at the start of September but we haven’t heard any news yet.

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Responsive Web Design: Behind the Buzzwords

SCL responsive website design

What is responsive web design? Why do search engines favour responsive websites? What does mobile optimisation do? What's the difference between a responsive website and a mobile website? These are just some of the questions we are asked when we propose website owners get a responsive website. Here's our explanation...

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Why we love WordPress

WordPress - The largest web CMS

WordPress. If you're a website owner and have looked around for a content management system (CMS), then you have probably heard the name. But why is it that WordPress has such a large presence on the internet?

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