It has been over two months since my last writeup about using Linux for Web development. I thought now would be a good time to revisit that subject and write a bit about my findings after using the new operating system for a little while.
Posted: September 11, 2006
There are lots of pros and cons to offering a partial or full content RSS feed. I’ve recently decided to offer partial feeds in hopes of preventing content scraping. While that can solve a single problem, it may start a few more.
Posted: September 04, 2006
Catching up on some recent changes to Internet Explorer and a new Google search which takes accessibility into account with search results.
Posted: July 31, 2006
Given this day and age of searching on the Web, it’s almost hard to find a legitimate 404 error page on any given site. It still happens from time to time, less likely from clicking a link provided by a search engine, and more likely clicking on internal links from within your own site. Some intelligent minds have come up with some really great and usable solutions for unwanted 404 errors.
Posted: July 10, 2006
There are certain design elements that can make or break a project for me. One such element in my experience thus far has been headings. It may sound strange to many, but I think taking a worthwhile amount of time and devoting it to the proper implementation and styling of headings is a smart move […]
Posted: June 19, 2006
As a developer, you should realize the importance of writing valid markup at all times. This gives your projects a solid base to work from and helps to ensure document longevity. A question that has been on my mind for some time is whether or not other developers feel the same way. When on the […]
Posted: June 05, 2006