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Kiosk web interface, website design, et al.

For the past several years I've more or less ignored the existance of HTML 4, CSS, and JavaScript. My web design has centered around a fluent knowledge of html tables and little else. My new website design is much more in tune with today's web technology. Hopefully, assuming I can get off my butt and do it, I'll be writing a few articles in the coming weeks about things I've learned and whatnot.

I started a new project today to try and do a kiosk interface completely via a web browser. I'll post a link to it when I've actually finished up work on it. It uses XML, JavaScript, DOM, and fun with CSS. I've already found a "feature" of Opera that's making me want to switch to back to using firefox for the devices this interface will run on, but I haven't decided yet.

I may just end up writing something that uses the mozilla rendering engine and nothing else, but that's probably more work put into this than I want to spend. More on things as they develop...