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 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.
Article posted on Nov 18, 2010
Today, Google released an interactive online book that explains things like HTML, browser extensions, and much more. While this is probably very helpful for less tech-savvy web surfers, I am more excited about the underlying technology, HTML5 & CSS3. The site is a great example of what is possible with the latest updates to HTML and CSS.