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Think of DHTML as not a singular technology but a combination of three existing technologies glued together by the Document Object Model (DOM): 1. HTML – For creating text and image links and other page elements. 2. CSS – Style Sheets for further formatting of text and html plus other added features such as positioning • Read More »

Things To Do & Things Not Do While Using WordPress

WordPress is a CMS the world believes to be the best. From simple websites to blogs, to applications you can build anything with this most popular CMS. It is a reliable platform that is loaded with plenty of plugins, themes, and features that make your experience with it better than ever before. But, did you • Read More »

How I was able to get Chief Architect 8 to run in Windows 7

Chief Architect, bless their hearts, is telling everyone that has license to their older versions that they must update to a later version of their software with the newer operating systems like Windows 7, 8, and 10. Hey, that just makes good business sense if you are a big software developer. You don’t want folks • Read More »

Experience Is Critical When Choosing A Web Developer

The software development industry is regarded as one of the most profitable sectors of the economy in any developing country. This is because of the advancements in technology that are rapidly increasing since the introduction of computers, computer software, and the Internet. Hence the web development is on its well on it’s way to being • Read More »

To Do List Software: 6 Quick Tips for Getting More Done

For many of us, the pressures of daily life – particularly our working lives – demands that we have in place at least some rudimentary form of task management system, to help us juggle our burgeoning work-loads. Without at least a semblance of a system in place, not only are we less productive – able • Read More »

Developing State-enabled Applications With PHP

Installment 1 Developing State-enabled Applications With PHP When a user is browsing through a website and is surfing from one web page to another, sometimes the website needs to remember the actions (e.g. choices) performed by the user. For example, in a website that sells DVDs, the user typically browses through a list of DVDs • Read More »

The Power of CSS

CSS or cascading style sheets are used to create a set of styles that can be applied to your fonts, tables and most other attributes of your web page. These styles allow you to create a much cleaner, faster web page that search engines love and also makes life much easier on the designer when • Read More »

Teach yourself CSS the easy way

I taught myself HTML back in the mid-nineties and was proud of the fact that I was able to accomplish the design of fairly complex web pages with nothing more than a starter HTML book, an HTML reference book, and the knowledge I had stored in my head. But back in those days, we web • Read More »

Gеnеrаtе a Stаtiс Website with Assemble

Onе of the first problems tо ѕоlvе, whеn wаnting to gеnеrаtе a website frоm flаt filеѕ (withоut a database), iѕ tо соmе uр with a flexible solution fоr ѕitе-widе nаvigаtiоn. In Assemble thiѕ соuld bе tасklеd like this in a “раrtiаl” hаndlеbаrѕ filе, hеrе nаv.hbѕ: <nav сlаѕѕ=”nаv” id=”nаv”>   <ul>     {{#withSort раgеѕ ‘data.sortOrder’}}       • Read More »