February 2nd, 2008 | Posted in Blog, Tools & Resources
Another excellent tool for web developers comes from CSS Fly.
Here we are talking about a real-time editor of your online site. You don’t have to proceed to any changes, refresh and check it back to see what it looks like anymore. You just type your website page and simply edit your XHTML and CSS code, on the fly!
Test your website’s pages again and again, until you get it to look like exactly as you want.
Another great time saving application, that makes things a lot easier for us 🙂
January 14th, 2008 | Posted in Blog, General Discussion, Wordpress
I have recently come across someone, who completely dislikes using WordPress as a CMS. The reason? He just didn’t find that it can be used as anything else other than a Blogging platform. And he is right, up to a point.
WordPress used to be a blogging platform. Not any more. Through the use of small hacks and a few plugins, WordPress has grown to one of the best and easiest (both to theme development and administration) CMS platforms out there.
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December 18th, 2007 | Posted in Blog, Web Standards
It seems that more and more open source projects are taking interest in Web Standards and clean validated code. Very few CMS projects out there are 100% XHTML and CSS valid, therefore the need to come up with quality code has been emerging even more. We are talking about future compatibility and accessibility, something that is of everyone’s best interest. One of the main problems regarding these projects is laying on the output of editors.
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