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WordPress is a widely used content management system (CMS) because of it’s ease of use and deployment. A user can have a site up and running within minutes and make edits whenever it’s necessary without too much trouble. With the addition of the WordPress mobile applications for smartphones, your site can be maintained whenever and [...]
I was recently asked by an old friend how I learned to program a computer. Truth be told, I taught myself. He was interested in learning, so I found some books that I thought would be great for someone with no experience what-so-ever, and I thought I’d share my recommendations with you here. Programming is [...]
Like most people who start learning a programming language, PHP started out as a hobby for me. It quickly turned into a passion, and eventually a career. Self-teaching and research is a very common practice in the development field and sometimes this can lead to bad habits, incorrect assumptions, and non-standard practices. One of the [...]
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You spent the money to get your site professionally designed with the customizations necessary to run your site just the way you want it. You even spent time making sure your forms stand up to intrusions. But, have you tested how fast your site can run, or can run at all, when 50, 100, or [...]
There are two modes with which a browser can interpret CSS code. The first is Strict, which is what we strive for. Strict allows standards-compliant CSS to render correctly and also allows jQuery to function correctly. The second is Quirks mode. When a browser receives HTML that it doesn’t understand, it tries to render it [...]
“Unfolding events that affect the upcoming bear market.” Be prepared for the DOW to drop dramatically, possibly to 4000 by the end of 2010. Now is the time to be liquid, and safe. The Japanese “Black Swan” Event By James B. Driscoll March 24, 2011 Well, I hadn’t planned on writing another column so soon [...]
Often, while coding websites, it’s necessary to target specific browsers — usually IE6, IE7, or IE8. The most common method of accomplishing this uses a conditional comment like: <!–[if IE 6]> Special instructions for IE 6 here. <![endif]–> However, this method slows down the browser while loading the page. It is possible to make this [...]