Inspired by Twitter's Bootstrap, I bring to you the new version of Pyjama Coder!
In addition to the CSS revamp, you will notice a few other things have changed.
- the homepage now lists excerpts from up to 5 posts and is paginated
- there is a sticky navigation bar at the top of the page
- the old post listing has been moved to a blog page
- the site is responsive for widths of: 480, 768, 980, 1200, and 1200+
There are also a few fun css additions.
Ever since the summer, I've taken more of an interest to mobile related things, especially since I switched from a BlackBerry Curve 8330 to an LG Optimus 2X. I went from a phone with, basically, a text only web browser to one that could load mobile sites, pretty nicely.
I remember seeing things like HTML5 Boilerplate and jQuery Mobile, which aim to help make sites more mobile friendly, and thinking that they were pretty neat. I saw a great example of a site that executed the whole mobile thing pretty well — The Boston Globe's website.
I was trying to find a way to minfiy CSS for use with Jekyll, in some sort of automated fashion.
I created a css minify plugin for Jekyll: https://github.com/donaldducky/jekyll-cssminify