Craig is a Director of OptimalWorks Ltd, a UK consultancy dedicated to building award-winning websites implementing standards, accessibility, SEO, and best-practice techniques.
Microsoft’s Removal of IE from Windows 7 Will Have No Effect
Following the ongoing EU anti-trust battles, Microsoft will not provide Internet Explorer in European versions of Windows 7. Craig discusses why this will not have a significant impact on the browser’s market share.
FullCodePress Interview: Tim Connor, New Zealand Team
Craig interviews Tim Connor, the back-end coder for the winning FullCodePress 2009 New Zealand team. How did he prepare and why did they choose a relatively unknown Rails-based CMS?
FullCodePress Interview: Elle Meredith, Australian Team
Craig interviews Elle Meredith, the XHTML/CSS coder for the FullCodePress 2009 Australian team. How did she prepare and cope without sleep for over 24 hours?
Why Blocking Ad Blockers Will Fail
Craig’s previous article provided a method to hide premium content from people using advert blockers. However, today he highlights why your attempts to block the blockers could reduce revenues and harm your business.
How to Block the Advert Blockers
It may not be possible to detect ad blockers, but you can get around them. In the first of a two-part article, Craig provides a simple technique to block the blockers – but should you use it?
What’s New in Opera 10 (Part 2: Performance)
In the second part of Craig’s Opera 10 preview, he examines the browser’s performance and Opera Turbo — a killer feature that can make page downloading 4 times faster.
What’s New in Opera 10 (Part 1)
Opera 10 is now available as a beta download. In the first part of Craig’s preview, he looks at the interface, new features, standards support and developer tools.
Microsoft Premieres Their Bing Television Commercial
Microsoft is showing Bing television advertisements in the US as part of their massive publicity campaign. Will it persuade you to try the new search engine?
Passengers Could be Stranded as AppJet Flies Off