An excellent tip/trick in order to allow you to develop locally and have sites available on 2 Macs e.g. Desktop (iMac) and MacBook Air.
It was noted a few days ago that this blog did not render well on a mobile device. In fact I had already noticed this on my iPhone but had put it down to something else. However some simple layout changes and CSS fixes seem to have fixed the problem and therefore this site should now render much better on mobile devices.
Some good content for learning how to use Git.
In essence, have an easy to find page marked ‘cookies and privacy’ on your site (we’ll be adding one soon, I’m no rush) and on that page explain what cookies are, what you do with them, and tell the user how to block cookies. That’s it. That’ll do just fine. They can opt out like [...]
A short introduction in how to implement basic CSS3 animations in your pages.
Look as though it could be useful for targeting different browsers and devices.
Something I need to add to the “look into” list!
This looks like a really useful tool for when I finally get round to working with responsive designs.
Its been a while since I last had a redesign on this site. In fact is was early in 2010 and the old design did come off the back of a previous web design I did which I liked rather than one that was designed for purpose. Design is not my strong point and therefore [...]
Interesting icons project.