Upgraded to HTML5 Boilerplate 2.0
If you have seem some funkiness on Visualgui in the last hour or so because I was updating the markups to HTML5 Boilerplate 2.0. I am getting into a habit just doing it on the live site rather than on my local copy purely out of laziness.
The design shouldn’t have changed much except for some paddings and margins because Boilerplate 2.0 uses normalize.css instead of reset stylesheet. I also wanted to incorporate respond.js for IE6-8 support and point to the new Modernizr as well as the latest jQuery library.
Big prop goes out to Paul Irish and the rest of the HTML5 Boilerplate folks for sharing this invaluable default template, which I have been using as a starting point for all of my projects.
My first class will start tomorrow and I know for sure that I won’t have too much time to dedicate to this site; therefore, this is the last thing I can do so that I won’t feel so guilty for neglecting it.