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April, 2010

  • 15 April

    Mobile versions of website

    Question: Should I have a complete mobile version of my website? Answer: It is certainly an inconvenience to create a whole new version of your site, but the facts show that more people are accessing website from their mobile devices. For some people, this may even be their only method …

September, 2009

  • 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 …

August, 2009

  • 10 August

    Microsoft joins the HTML 5 discussion

    Last month we discussed the current state of HTML 5, particularly regarding its video component. Not only were the major browser makers, Mozilla, Google, Apple, and Opera, all duking it out over what should be considered standard, but the largest browser maker, Microsoft, had barely contributed to the debate at …

May, 2009

  • 25 May

    Opera CEO: HTML 5 will make Adobe Flash unnecessary

    The makers of three major web browsers, Opera, Apple, and Mozilla have been working to ensure that the next version of HTML will include many advances in audio and video integration, something that has become the mainstay of Adobe Flash. The trio forms part of an organization called Web-Hypertext Application …