Does your website look amazingly slick and well designed but not perform exactly the way it’s supposed to? Does it look like a broken down site from the mid 90s and but yet function perfectly? Or does it look great AND do what it is supposed to? If you answered yes to question 3, you…Keep Reading »
Often times clients come to us and say they want their website to be “search engine optimized”. The site in question may have a lot of flash elements or image based text or bad markup. Which usually prompts me to give my long-winded spiel about how they might want to make their site “search engine…Keep Reading »
After installing Snow Leopard last week, I started having the infamous dreamweaver CS4 crashes among others that many in the blogosphere and various industry related forums are ranting about. I even followed Leander Kahney’s advice from his article over at Cult of Mac — How-To: Upgrade To Snow Leopard — The Right Way. It’s a…Keep Reading »
Or as the title might read… Alternative font use for the web. Are you sick of the “web safe” fonts as much as I am? Well there are some options. Here is an interesting article about it by Ross Johnson called “8 FONTS YOU PROBABLY DON’T USE IN CSS, BUT SHOULD“. Ross got his availability…Keep Reading »
Adobe CS4 will have been a whole year next month. I am still happily using CS3 despite hearing good things about the new version. If you’ve already made the jump to CS4 or on the brink of upgrading, share some of the benefits, why you upgraded or why you don’t feel an upgrade is necessary….Keep Reading »
CMSs are great and systems like joomla and drupal do have their place. But for a large majority of sites out there, the level of content management that full scale systems offer is complete overkill and might even get you into trouble.