Welp, it’s been a good 5 years or so since the blog has been updated around here. It’s time to dust it off.
Latest Blog Posts & Articles
Article posted on Aug 30, 2020
Article posted on Oct 03, 2015
Ok ok, I know what you’re thinking. You still use Dreamweaver!? The quick answer is: I use the tool that fits the job when I need it. So yes sometimes!
Article posted on Mar 09, 2014
Since the introduction of Responsive web design, it’s irked me that my site didn’t look appropriate on different devices and screen sizes. While I know that browsing the web on a mobile device is growing like crazy, it has been a while since I’ve spent any time working on my own site. I’m happy to say it’s finally been updated and responds to fit the different screen sizes across more devices.
Article posted on Nov 23, 2013
A warrant should always be required when the government wants to read your email or any other form of online communication. I thought I would share a way we can help make a change. We deserve the same protection online as we have when offline. If you agree, keep on reading.
Article posted on Jun 26, 2013
As a long time Google Reader user, I have been in panic mode trying to figure out where to move all the RSS feeds I’ve accumulated over the years. If you’re not aware Google has announced they will be closing Google Reader next month.
Article posted on Aug 25, 2012
Lately, I have been using Youtube for checking out web development videos. I have never been a huge Youtube user, but after subscribing to a few channels I thought I could recommend, and get recommendations a few worth subscribing to. These suggestions are just the top few I have come across related to web development or web-related technologies
Article posted on Jun 24, 2012
I ran into an issue recently where I wanted to use anchors to jump to different sections within a long web page. The problem was every time I clicked the page would jump, but a fixed header would cover part of each section’s content.
Article posted on Jul 28, 2011
Keyword stuffing, uppercase, lowercase, hashbangs, shebangs, query strings, underscores and dashes, websites, web apps, oh my! URLs are something I have been researching and reading about a lot lately and I am a bit shocked by the thoughts of some very smart folks.
Article posted on Jul 09, 2011
Since Google recently added +1 Metrics to Webmaster Tools and Social Engagement to Google Analytics, I decided to add the Google +1 button to my website. All went well until I ran my site through the W3C’s HTML validator. The new button caused my previously valid site not to validate.