This post won’t appeal to most, but for those who use WordPress to blog it might make a huge difference. WordPress is very good at some things, and poor at others. I’ve become a Press This! user, but its inability to schedule posts means I have a buildup of drafts to sort through and schedule. […]
Category Archives: Web Development
A short, fun TED Talk illustrating how even the most mundane aspect of your website can be made valuable and effective. Renny Gleeson: 404, the story of a page not found | Video on TED.com.
I’m St Teresa, there. The cherub is this tutorial on slicing and exporting Photoshop images to websites. The arrow is the almost throwaway mention at the end of saving to web AS HTML AND IMAGES. Teresa’s look of mingled shock and orgasmic ecstasy is bang on, and I had some Hallelujah Chorus thrown in as […]
http://tomtheisen.com/spread/ Ooh, shiny.
http://www.i-am-bored.com/bored_link.cfm?link_id=11672 I don’t understand. Is this supposed to *alleviate* boredom, or cause it?
http://www.warprecords.com/bluejam/barguide/ In his own inimitable way, Chris Morris reviews London’s best clubs.
http://www.webpagesthatsuck.com/biggest-web-design-mistakes-in-2004.html Very helpful, very useful. Flash fanciers and magical menu designers, take note!