The League of Extraordinary Developers

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Whilst working on client projects we often find useful bits of information out. Where possible we blog about that information to pass on our knowledge. Below are some of our most recent entries.

Screengrab of the new LED site

New website finally coded

So we've finally managed to get our spanking new website up and running. We'd like to thank Readio Creative for doing the excellent web design work, and Paul Terry Design for creating our new logo. We believe they have created a brand for us that helps us stand out from the crowd.

The site was created using RadiantCMS and we created our own Portfolio and Twitter extensions.

This has been our first project where we have used the idea of the Universal IE6 style sheet from Andy Clarke. It was incredibly simple to implement and with the latest furore over the usage of IE6 we have decided to keep our IE6 support to a minimum.

In the future we will be recommending that all our clients follow the practice of using the Universal IE6 CSS, as developing applications and websites to look identical in IE6 is time consuming and adds additional expense.

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