Eyeballs on Your Front End

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A few weeks ago, we asked you to point out examples of broken CSS.

We hinted that we had some plans to not just identify broken CSS (and HTML, and JavaScript) but facilitate a means of helping site owners, developers and designers fix their code.

Today we’re announcing an experimental service that you can use to find broken CSS on any website: eyeball.sitepoint.com. Updated: this project is no longer active

The way it works is really simple.

Just tweet at it and it tweets you back with an assessment.

Eyeball screen shot

It’s a work in progress, and it will get better as more people test it, use it and help improve it.

Take it for a spin, and tell us what you think.

Ricky OnsmanRicky Onsman
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Ricky Onsman is a freelance web designer, developer, editor and writer. With a background in information and content services, he built his first website in 1994 for a disability information service and has been messing about on the Web ever since.

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