Archive for the ‘Web Design’ Category

Implementing sIFR

Monday, June 14th, 2010

In this article I will give a brief overview about what sIFR is, the main advantage of it and then take you through the steps to help you implement sIFR in to your websites.

Safari and HTML5

Tuesday, June 8th, 2010

Last week Apple released a few new pages on Apple.com showcasing the abilities of HTML5 and CSS3. I believe there are 1 or 2 reasons for them doing this. 1. To show the way forward in (maybe taking a pop at flash) and 2. For the new upcoming Safari 5 web browser rumored to have a lot of new additional HTML5 and CSS3 features. (more…)

Magento: Create XML Blocks

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

Magento is a powerful e-commerce platform but has gained a reputation as being quite a bit of complicated kit. One area which has bugged me, is the static blocks and XML handles that you can use to create your own blocks of content.

New Website Designs

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

From today we will be announcing when new sites go live. We get through quite a lot of sites every month and feel that by announcing these new you will be able to see the quality of work we are truly capable of. (more…)

The Easy jQuery Slider

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

As jQuery is an ever increasingly popular tool among many web designers, for the new starters it can be quite difficult to get your head around. Many designers first choice of jQuery implementation is the Slider effect, allowing smooth slide transitions horizontally or vertically between images of, for example portfolio work.

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Firefox 4 Beta

Mozilla have released the first beta version of Firefox 4. The latest version of this browser will include better support for many of the new web technologies, a new add on manager, crash protection from third party plugins and accelerated hardware support. One of the most obvious changes is that the tabs have now been moved [...]
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