iOS Developer, sometimes web developer and Technical Editor.
Ready for PHP & MySQL Week at SitePoint?
To celebrate the release of the new edition of well-loved SitePoint book “Build Your Own Database Driven Web Site Using PHP & MySQL, 4th Edition” — by Kevin Yank, we’re publishing a chapter a day next week, beginning Tuesday the 7th of July. Check out what you’ll be reading.
Take Your CSS to the Desktop with Adobe AIR!
Google I/O a Real Eye-Opener!
Lots of impressive technology has been demonstrated at the recent Google I/O event; Web Elements, Google App Script, Google Maps API v3, and the amazing Google Wave.
Does Your Site Have The Konami Code?
Don’t know what the Konami Code is? Wonder no more. In this blog post you’ll find everything you need to know to add a Konami Code powered easter egg to your site using jQuery.
Make Your Own Web Site Badges with jQuery and JSON
Now that most social media sites offer a JSON API, it’s easy to create your own web site badges using jQuery. You’ll be surprised at how little code it takes to knock up a Twitter badge.
Support for IE6: It’s all About Accessibility
With the release of IE8, there’s excitement in the air about ending support for IE6. Will 2009 be the year in which everyone can drop IE6 support for good? Do IE6 users really deserve this treatment?
Practical Accessibility Tips with WCAG 2.0
Techniques for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 is a very easy-to-read document for web developers and designers. It’s also full of useful, practical tips. Here are a few examples.
More Crimes Against Hypertext
Several weeks ago, Andrew spelled out several common examples of poor hyperlinking. It generated an interesting discussion, so he thought he’d write a follow-up, adding a few more examples and some solutions.