Making a web-based CV

Recently I set about updating my cv and I decided to overhaul it into a web-page: one that works on any size device and that nice reformats for print... however this turned out to not be as straight forward as I first though! The final version of the cv can be found here:

http://philingrey.com/cv/ (html version)
http://philingrey.com/cv/cv.pdf (printed version)

And the source can be found at https://github.com/pci/cv/. There were a few lessons that I learnt the hard-way and thought best to share:

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My very own infinite carousel (aka – “picture-spinny-thing”)

After a conversation with a friend, I set about making a non-flash carousel because, you know, I'm cool and that..... Then after making it I needed to store it somewhere, so here it is! All-told about 2 hours work, with pictures stolen from my church's website, mainly because the graphics team there are simply amazing.

You might ask why not use flash, after all I'm not against flash. But in this case there are two main reasons why you might try a non-flash solution:
- So it can work on the iPhone/iPad
- Because screen readers (for the partially sighted/blind) can't read flash sections of a webpage but, conversely, any html present can clue the reader into what's going on semantically within a page.

Click the picture below to get to the demo:

Geek notes: the glow effect is CSS3 box-shadow (learn more here), IE6-8 support is added with CSS3Pie