First create a clear.gif file to use everywhere you want to stick lets say your logo. Dont worry about size the gif is but do wrap it in a div say we can control that clear.gif img properties. I then add that class to my CSS and make the img properties to be both 100% on width & height. Then create the class's properties to use the logo i want as the background of the div. after i got it right for current layout, i copy&paste for other sizes layouts and make the little tweaks needed with out ever having to touch the html embedded image. This saves time & coding for writing a script that swaps out each image depanding on page size. I hope you find this helpful.
Sick buttons and forms with style http://webdesignledger.com/inspiration/25-examples-of-subscription-forms-and-buttons-in-web-design
Tools you should have on firefox or chrome
this sites breakdown to have development and design in separate tuts.
They have free things to download for assets everyone and then n they got good articles.
great for some free fonts and font research to create from scratch http://www.dafont.com/
Typography Anatomy: http://www.bsu.edu/web/ucspubs/pdf/other/letterform_anatomy.pdf
Font manager i use and have a free version of thats older but rocks: http://www.linotype.com/
Also check out http://www.theleagueofmoveabletype.com/
EM vs Pixel Knowledge: http://jontangerine.com/log/2007/09/the-incredible-em-and-elastic-layouts-with-css
NEED SOMEONES logo
like big brands coke, tacbell and whatNOT http://www.brandsoftheworld.com/
LEARN things or reCAP to find stuff we forget about:
LOGOS Inspiration links:
LOOK AT THIS FOR branding/LOGO/typography ideas:
site Inspiration links:
This site has sites you can submit as a designer you see all the work in different categories by design style
nerd crap thats cool:
BASE kit for MOBILE web development: Pretty sick!
web design layout!
Meet the 960 grid system! http://960.gs/
CSS3 & HTML5 magic