A post I wrote through my work blog, that outlines the basic, foundation rules for web development that help in any search engine optimisation efforts. Making a website that ranks well with the search engines is a process that has to start from the foundations of the site. Stuffing a badly designed and built site
I came across a nifty little test today, How Many HTML Elements Can You Name in 5 Minutes? I scored 52, and was pleased to find that (most of) the ones I missed are in the lesser/never used category. See how you fare, just remember to be honest to yourself and do it all without
It’s the day after the conclusion of the Web Directions South 2007 conference, and my brain is still pinging! Two days of total immersion in everything good about web development, presentation after presentation full of inspiration, meeting with peers in the real world – the original social network – and relaxing with a few beers,
A while ago I posted a solution for generating CSS random background images, which provided a PHP server side solution for adding random background images to stylesheets on the fly. Since it’s initial posting the solution provided there has been tweaked and fine tuned based on use and reader feedback. A lot of the feedback
The power of the internet as a marketing medium has been embraced by the majority of political parties, and their members. In Australia, every major party has a web presence, and a growing number of national, state and local politicians have their own sites. Some have even entered the ‘youth markets’ of MySpace and YouTube.