PixelMill is has started creating templates for Expression Web. They are some very nice looking, professionally designed templates that have been tested for W3C compliance and use CSS-based layout.
WebAssist has created a great Add-In for Expression Web that allows you to easily imbed PayPal controls for eCommerce in sites you create using Expression Web. You can download it from their website.
Smashing Magazine has a round-up of CSS based design techniques on their blog.
Someone forwarded me this great gallery on flickr of different web sites.
Momentum is starting to build around the expression tools. There’s a nice write-up in InfoWorld covering the ExpressionSession07 events that kicked off this week.
Lifehacker points to a handy CSS Cheat Sheet this morning. It’s funny – stuff like this can be pretty basic, but at the same time really confounding. I always get margin and padding mixed up…
Several weeks ago, I started a in a new role at Microsoft as a program manager on the Expression Web team! With Windows Vista out the door I decided it was time for me to do something new. To celebrate the new role, I took the opportunity to make-over my blog using some of the…