Where shall I start? It's best to begin at the beginning and go on till I come to the end: then stop.
1997 was my first year at university. There, I used the World Wide Web for the first time. The 20th century web was a shallow experience...
This website follows the “mobile first responsive design” philosophy.
The starting points were elements of Andy Clarke's 320 & Up and Mobile Boilerplate and from there I turned it up to 11; including writing a new script, SVG Plug, as a solution for the lack of native support for Scalable Vector Graphics in a number of popular browsers.
Speakers: Andy Walpole and Rob Keating
Are you starting a business or already running a business? Are you frustrated that your competitors outrank you on Google? If you are unhappy with your current online marketing or just want to find out more come along to our workshop. It has been designed for small to medium-sized businesses and is delivered by two industry experts. The aim of this two hour workshop is to teach you both the theory and practice of some key aspects of online marketing.
I've been working full-time as a web developer since 2009, previously creating my first website with Microsoft's Frontpage in 2002 (remember that?!).
These days autoloading PHP classes is the industry standard and if you write your plugins using Object Oriented code then you should look to using it too.
My last job at a large multi-national company before my contract expired was to code their Russian website. A major problem that their Russian team faced was not having the resources to translate everything on the English language website or to be able to keep abreast of updates if the content on the English language website changed.
10:26, November 18th, 2013
November 18, 2013 TCotton pushed to master at TCotton/where-why-tag 7993c4f first commit, oh yes
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TCotton created branch master at TCotton/where-why-tag November 18, 2013
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TCotton created repository where-why-tag November 18, 2013