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Web Page Design: Talking Only to Internet Explorer

The more I work with Firefox as my main web browser, the more I want to kick Microsoft Internet Explorer off the planet. When it comes to web page design, working with and displaying web pages, Firefox is so incredible. I want to bash my head against the web design wall when it comes to […]

Power Blogging: Web Browser Blogging Tips

WordPress and many other blogging tools require you to interface with your blog through your web browser, be it Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Opera, Safari, or whatever you are using. While I’ve used any browser I could find on any public and private computer to access my blogs, and I declare Firefox to be the […]

What is WordPress’ Competition Up To?

I stumbled upon Geek News Central’s post, “Where the heck is Six Apart on Movable Type Development”, and it got me curious, too. I have been a dedicated Movable Type fan for 4 years, the application continues to do cool stuff that other applications cannot, but that gap is closing very quickly. As evident in […]

Look Into the Future of Web Design: CSS 3 Explained

As usual, 456 Berea Street is keeping us informed and up-to-date on what is happening in the world of web page design. CSS 3 Selectors Explained is a look at the new features in Cascading Style Sheets for CSS 3 arriving in a browser near you soon. In September and October of 2005 I published […]

Firefox 2.0 Alpha Coming to a Computer Near You Soon

The news is out. According to PC Pro, Firefox 2.0 Alpha is due next month. The move from version 1.5 to 2.0 for WordPress was not as big a jump as most consumers thought it would be, even though some of the improvements were tremendous, they were underneath the hood more than on the surface. […]

I FOUND YOU – ONLINE SPELL CHECKER!

Firefox Spell Check Firefox now features spell check by default in their Internet browser. Misspelled words are highlighted with a red wavy underline, similar to word processing programs. Right click on the highlighted word and choose from the correct spelling in the right click menu. It’s not perfect, and the misspelled word isn’t recognized until […]

Annual 46 Best Free Utilities from Tech Support Alert

Tech Support Alert offers its annual “Best 46 Free Utilities” list this year with few surprises, but it still is a great resource if you are looking for solid and excellent software for no or low prices. Open source software is really leading the pack, sometimes ahead of its commercial brethren, for top quality programs. […]

Designing a Rainbow – Sexy Hot Colors

When it comes to mixing up a rainbow of colors for your WordPress blog or website, one of my personal favorites is Color Schemer. You can pick a color and it will show colors related and in the color theme for that color, darken or lighten it, or mix up some other features to find […]

Fixing Browsers: Bugs and Hacks

While the CSS and HTML web standards are in place, they are still a growing and evolving entity. As Internet browsers get more advanced, the codes change with them. Before standards became the norm, a designer would have to design their web pages to accommodate all the different browsers out there and the different ways […]

Firefox Bookmarks Help Bloggers Blog

I love it when a tool I already adore, proves itself to be even better and have more awesome features that I realized. I learn this about WordPress every day, but today I learned something great about Firefox, my Internet browser, that will make my blogging research and work even easier. From a tip from […]

Firefox Reaches 100 Million Downloads

As a big fan of Mozilla Firefox, I’m thrilled that they have finally reached the 100 Million download mark. The Mozilla Foundation’s Firefox browser has reached 100 million downloads only five months after hitting the 50 million mark and just a few weeks prior to the one-year anniversary of its formal release. While the browser […]

A Peak Around the Corner – What’s Next for Firefox

New developments and improvements are coming in all the time with Mozilla Firefox. To take a peak at the next slated developments, check out Firefox 2.0 – The Ocho, the next version up from Mozilla. Just below it is the info on more future versions of Firefox. If you are looking for something similar for […]

CSS Maintainability – Serious Style Sheets

Simon Willison brought up the fact that now that Slashdot has gone totally CSS in their website design and layout, that CSS has now gained respectability. He brings up a good point: What’s needed is a well understood set of techniques for writing maintainable stylesheets. I’m interested in collecting advice on this, especially from people […]

New Yahoo Site Explorer – Investigate Your Website

Yahoo has recently announced beta testing of a new feature called Yahoo Site Explorer. The goal of the site is to help you search all the posts and articles within a specific site that are in Yahoo’s database, and “view the most popular pages from any site, dive into a comprehensive site map, and find […]

Designing a WordPress Theme From Scratch

A lot of people are martyrs and want to get their hands in the dirt and design their own WordPress Theme from scratch. That’s okay. I did that, and then got smarter. Let’s start with the smarter choice. First, find a WordPress Theme architecture that you like, be it one or two sidebars, or no […]

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