HTML and CSS are prone to dirty methods and quick fixes. However at Logic Drift we put the utmost attention into avoiding such behaviors because they can come around to bite you in the back at times.
Clean Code and Validation
I structure your site's code so that is is not only interpreted correctly but maintainable. Ensuring that your code is clean and validates is one of my own personal top priorities. I make sure that your code validates and ensure that in the future your site will be rendered correctly. I always comment my code and make sure everything is organized from top to bottom.
Validated clean code ensures that you site will not only rendered correctly in current day browsers, but in future browsers. I follow the standards of W3C and I'm proud of it. Each site's framework is run through the W3C Validator.
File Structure Organization
Unlike most web design companies, Logic Drift cares a great deal about organization of the internal file structure of your site just as much as the external display. The visual aspects and display of your site are all located in a theme folder and within that folder each template display is held seperatly and references only the CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) that it needs to render properly.
Reset CSS code is stored within the reset.css file, wireframing and the visual display of your site is stored in framework.css, HTML specific styles (such as h1, a and hr) are stored within the style.css, and so on. This way is cleaner, easier to maintain your site this way, and it is the right thing to do.
You will be presently surprised if you intend to maintain the internals of your site after having Logic Drift develop your site.