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CSS/xhtml/javascript Expert: Avigdor Broun

   

Today we will get to know Avigdor broun , an Israeli CSS/xhtml expert.
Here is a list of some of the sites he worked on:

imedix.com
tvinci.com
s2o.tv
mtv.co.hu
ellacomm.com
kantoo.com
bvents.com
zero36.com
partners.zero36.com
ergomedia.net
en-sa-memoire.fr
mtv.co.il
tnuvastory.co.il
vod.orange.co.il
megabool.co.il
barista.co.il
civichybrid.co.il

Avigdor, thanks for sharing, I have a few questions for you:

Your blog/forum/site:

A while back I started something but between the work and family I don’t have the time for it.

Inspiring site:

When I started coding Flash was the popular method for adding animation and interactivity to web pages. I was using table layouts for HTML, CSS still wasn't a big part of my code, any functionality on the page was done mostly with JavaScript and all the design was in the page code. A couple of the sites that survived that era are BLUECENTER and http://www.mashcal.co.il/.

When I started coding only CSS/HTML, which was at the end of 2001, css Zen Garden was the site that inspired me to look at the code I'm writing in a different perspective and start coding Table-less CSS markup.

Now days I'm still looking back to mtv.co.il, a site that I coded for Tvinci.

Favorite browser:

I mostly use Firefox because of the excellent extension it has, Firebug for example.

I think Google's Chrome is a very promising future browser.

Favorite JS library:

I'm a big fan of jQuery for its ease of use.

Favorite dish:

As long as its not too salty or spicy I'll eat it.

Favorite book:

The Futurological Congress

Tip of the day:

Everything is in a constant flux, be ready.

Quote to live by:

"It is natural that doubt should arise in mind. I tell you not to believe merely because it has been handed down by tradition, or because it had been said by some great personage in the past, or because it is commonly believed, or because others have told it to you, or even because I myself have said it. But whatever you are asked to believe, ask yourself whether it is true in the light of your experience, whether it is in conformity with reason and good principles and whether it is conducive to the highest good and welfare of all beings, and only if it passes this test, should you accept it and act in accordance with it." (Kalama Sutta, Anguttara Nikaya).

posted @ Monday, May 18, 2009 2:54 PM by Avi A