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Articles

Web Design tips #1
12 Nov 2016 / The Web
This is my first article in which I am giving away some web design tricks and tips. This article is covering vertically aligning in the centre, leaving boundaries and styling radio buttons and checkboxes.
Will Firefox keep losing market share?
25 Oct 2016 / Technology
Firefox's future looks grim. Can it ever regain market share loss and become Faithful Firefox again?
Will Firefox keep losing market share?
Strolling through the JavaScript API libraries
23 Sep 2016 / The Web
Once upon a time, JavaScript was a small subsection of web design and web development. Now it represents a large portion of it. In this article, I'm going to step into the world of JavaScript and look at some of the new APIs and features.
Strolling through the JavaScript API libraries
Design tips: fixed menus and fragment identifiers
11 Sep 2016 / The Web
Fixed menus (ones that float) are very popular, but they do have issues. Specifically I'm talking about fragment identifiers, since they do not include the offset of the fixed menu. In this article, I'm going to show you a nifty little trick with CSS that fixes this.
Design tips: fixed menus and fragment identifiers
The importance of using prepared statements
18 Apr 2016 / The Web
Prepared statements are something that every SQL developer should know about and yet, I asked several and not one of them knew what they are. This article intends to explore these fantastic tools and explain their benefits.
The importance of using prepared statements
Using mod_rewrite
04 Apr 2016 / The Web
Apache mod_rewrite is something I didn't know a lot about until recently, but what I have known about for a long time is how useful a tool it is for SEO. In this article I look in to how mod_rewrite can be used to improve SEO.
Building a webpage with flexible sidebar(s)
05 Mar 2016 / The Web
Sometimes it's a pain building a webpage with a sidebar. It took me long enough to get my own sidebar the way it is. This article explores the ways in which this can be done and which solution offers the best approach.
Building a webpage with flexible sidebar(s)
What is wrong with Firefox?!
23 Nov 2015 / Technology
When I first used Firefox over 10 years ago I found that much needed alternative to Internet Explorer again; which I had been using since my Netscape browser was no longer being developed. It slowly became my favourite browser. But all of a sudden Firefox has suddenly become my least favourite browser. This article describes why.
What is wrong with Firefox?!
Should browsers keep a permanent copy of important libraries?
14 Aug 2015 / The Web
Browsers leverage caches, so why don't they just keep a copy of important libraries?
Should browsers keep a permanent copy of important libraries?
Why HDMI-CEC is one of the greatest inventions ever
24 Jun 2015 / Technology
HDMI-CEC is one of those hidden gems in the world of technology. This short article talks about how brilliant it is.
Why HDMI-CEC is one of the greatest inventions ever