Monthly Archives: October 2012

Here’s how simple responsive design can be. I wanted the website you’re looking at to change shape depending on the viewable area within the browser. It’s a fairly fluid design, the main issue being the¬†</aside>¬†element to the right of the

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As far as a WordPress site goes, these two plugins are a must. I use them on every project and they work flawlessly. The first is Google XML Sitemaps from BestWebSoft (http://bestwebsoft.com/plugin/google-sitemap-plugin/). Your website will need to generate a Sitemap

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I’ve been holding off from this for a while, there hasn’t been much need to start using HTML 5 on my blogs other than personal interest, but now I have a bit of time on my hands it’s been great

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This is awesome. I’ve yet to get my head round how to navigate the thing but it looks and feels great. The idea is that museums get involved with the project and Google presents their collections online in virtual tours

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