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May, 2010

  • 11 May

    Why Browser Detection Fails

    No matter what browser you use, there is a good chance you have come to a website that would not load. I am not referring to the sites that function incorrectly in a browser. I mean those websites that purposely deny your browser access because it is not the “right” …

  • 7 May

    Scribd Dumps Adobe Flash for HTML5

    Scribd CTO Jared Freedman has announced that the document sharing website in HTML 5, abandoning the proprietary Adobe Flash application that has powered their site for the past three years. The move comes days after Apple CEO Steve Jobs offered his manifesto against flash and why it was bad for …

December, 2009

  • 2 December

    Create your own website

    Before you decide to create your own website, you should evaluate your own skill level. If you have made websites before and have experience with XHTML and CSS, you can skip to the next step. If you do not, you should start learning or consider one of the alternatives. The …

November, 2009

  • 18 November

    Benefits of Using CSS

    There are many design benefits to using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), but there are also technical ones that any website owner or server administrator should consider. Originally, websites were mostly just text and images with no fancy boxes, menus, or other slick layout schemes. Over time people started getting more …

September, 2009

  • 29 September

    5 Ways to Speed Up Your Website

    Question: My website is a little too slow. Do I need to find a new web host? Answer: 1. Your web host – These is the easy one to assume, that your web hosting company is just offering slow service. But it might not be true. Test it. There are …

  • 28 September

    HTML, XHTML, and CSS

    When stepping into the world of web hosting, you will be inundated with abbreviations, acronyms, and recursive acronyms. Three that you should definitely know are: HTML, XHTML, and CSS. HTML is as old as the Web itself. It stands for Hyper Text Markup Language. It is the primary language of …

July, 2009

  • 14 July

    Making sense of Web 2.0

    If you are starting a website for the first time, you have probably heard the term “Web 2.0” and wondered what it meant. It is difficult to find a precise definition even from the man who coined the phrase, Tim O’Reilly. In an industry that tends to focus more on …