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Deploy WordPress with Fabric

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After reading this article, I started thinking more about my WordPress deployment process. Like everyone, I started out with FTP. I got the job done without a whole lot of fuss. When I finished developing a site, I simply uploaded the entire … [Read more...]

jQuery Dropping Support for IE6, IE7 and IE8 – Mixed Emotions

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I came across this article from the jQuery blog, talking about future updates to version 1.9 and 2.0. jQuery 1.9 (early 2013): We’ll remove many of the interfaces already deprecated in version 1.8; some of them will be available as plugins or … [Read more...]

Getting Sassy with Compass and Sass

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Well last night I finally took the plunge and now I don't know what it is I was waiting for all these years. Sass enables you to create CSS with much less effort than before. It brings CSS closer to the programming language that we all wish it … [Read more...]

Reader Input: Picking A CMS – Part 4

In The Series Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 So, when we left off in part two, I was leaning towards Wordpress as a candidate for a CMS. It's popular, has tons of themes, plugins, etc. It's almost perfect, but for only certain … [Read more...]

Reader Input: Picking A CMS – Part 3

In The Series Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 I made some promises in Part 1 that I was reminded about in Part 2 (Thanks Ian). I didn't give Wordpress enough attention. So, here I go. Wordpress As A CMS has pretty much become a household … [Read more...]

Reader Input: Picking A CMS – Part 2

In The Series Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 On the quest for the perfect CMS (Picking a CMS Part 1), I've decided to switch focus a little bit. New Standards As you guys can see, I've had way too much on my hands to do a thorough job on … [Read more...]

Reader Input: Picking A CMS – Part 1


In The Series Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Define The Problem In the past, I've done some freelance Web Development and Web Design for different clients. One question I've always had to ask myself is: How will the user be updating this … [Read more...]

Internet Explorer 8 – The Drama Begins

What Does IE 8 Mean To Developers? Personally, I'm ecstatic that Microsoft has released Internet Explorer 8. The great part is that they've stuck it in the Windows Automatic Updates and they've already started rolling it out Windows users. I damn … [Read more...]