I recently re-installed Skype after a long time not using it and found that some of my web pages telephone numbers were no longer visible due to the processing performed by the Skype plugin. Fortunately there are a couple of (little known) solutions that web developers can invoke to prevent the skype plugin from converting telephone numbers to Skype links.
you can read more about this at http://skype.otherlinks.co.uk/page.asp?id=toolbar_number_formatting
Some time ago I experienced the well documented but little known (does that make sense) problem whereby IE can't handle more than 31 style sheets. Since I don't often use IE that's not much of a problem for me. But that's not really the point is it? The Drupal workaround is to optimize the style sheets. It does this by combining the sheets into one big file and serving that from a different CSS directory ( sites/default/files/css ).
I just re-enabled optimisation and noticed I've got a couple of new problems to solve.
Marshall Builders wanted a simple website outlining the services they provide in Hampshire. We created a static website with 6 pages including a contact form and Google map.
CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets.
Where XHTML is used to specify the content of your web site's pages, CSS is used to define the layout.
CSS enables us to develop web sites that can be used on a variety of systems.