Monthly Archives: March 2007


When I first started cutting my teeth on dynamic web site development, I was pleased that Dreamweaver has plenty of tools to help out. Because we used it at work for sites, I chose the ASP.NET/C# server model, and used … Continue reading

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Mobile Web Best Practices

Sheila went to the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona a few weeks ago, and picked up a handy set of cue cards on designing for the mobile web, which she was kind enough to give to me. It was great … Continue reading

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Decisions, Decisions

I’ve been in a dilemma for the past few days. Ever since finding out that d.Construct2007 and BarCampBrighton are scheduled for 7th, 8th & 9th of September, it’s posed me a problem. Which is that it’s the exact same dates … Continue reading

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Friday 2nd was the first time I had attended a MiniBar session, this time it was MiniBar4, held near Liverpool Street. I wasn’t really sure of the format, but it was basically a chance for developers and investors to get … Continue reading

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WSG London #3 – Accessibility

I’m playing catch-up a bit with blogging. I was at the third London Web Standards meeting on 28th February, which had an Accessibility theme. We had three very different talks, each highly informative and enjoyable. Niqui Merret on Accessbile Flash … Continue reading

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