Tag: css & HTML

May 18 2013

Resolving CSS conflicts

When we use multiple sources for scripts to create a website, the possibility of conflicts between codes increase significantly. It should not deter you from using multiple vendors/programmers for your website because the advantages that comes with them are too large to be ignored. Skip Tech Jargon We can resolve such conflicts in several different …

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May 13 2013

Creating a skin from Graphene theme

Please note this article is specifically written using Graphene Theme. The concepts can be implemented on others themes with slight modifications. Yes, WP is a very flexible CMS with wide range of third party extensions. Another reason for it’s flexibility is that the developers of WordPress CMS are pushing for multipurpose program. Within few years …

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May 13 2013

Customizing the editor for coding

A lot of people hate software just because they do not like the look and feel of the user interface. Surprisingly even the knowledgeable “geeks” have strong preferences on the GUI (Graphical User Interface). This often takes away the focus from functionality and versatility of programs and impact negatively on high quality products. The good …

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May 11 2013

Mobile friendly websites

The file sizes associated with web pages have increased as designs get more complex and rich in media. As expected network speeds have also increased to accommodate the growing bandwidth demand. When it comes to mobile Internet, it is lagging bit behind the conventional Internet. The download speed of a average Canadian household is about …

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May 11 2013

Building a website, the easy way

I remember when I first started working on websites, the only program I used was the default basic text editor in Windows 98/Plus, Notepad. For me it was easy to create a website with HTML tags and such, but as some of you remember in the old days most websites were plain and simple (yep, …

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