Most recent blogs in the Web Development category
Qantas Cash re-launched their Australian website overnight, with a new responsive design replacing the original 2013 adaptive site.
Bootstrap has been around for a few years now, and everything I'd read about it told me what a fantastic front-end framework it is. That everything is faster and easier and it can save web developers heaps of time. Unfortunately, that's also about all I knew about Bootstrap. Ignorance is bliss, right?
A little known tweak to the Google search algorithm is going to have some pretty big impacts on site rankings. From tomorrow, April 21 2015, any website that is not mobile-friendly will take a dive in search results. What does this really mean, and is your site as mobile-friendly as you think? More importantly - does Google think your site is ready??
This week I had cause to remind a couple of colleagues of the 'iron triangle' - a representation of the relationship between the forces that combine to constrain any project. Sometimes also referred to as the 'scope triangle' or 'quality triangle', it is also a traditional measure of project success.
There could be scenarios where an Ajax call made to a MVC Controller Action is expected to return more information along with a partial view. To achieve this the view is returned as a string along with all the parameters needed.
There are a lot of rules to follow when creating valid HTML. Every developer knows what it’s like to paste code into the w3c validator and have it spit out error after error, some of which are a bit ambiguous. This article will help you to avoid common pitfalls and be more confident in how to mark up your content.
A regular client asked me which browsers (version numbers) and devices would be supported by the new responsive web application, which we are currently building out. I was about to fire off an email in reply, when I realised that I'd been copy/pasting the same answer to this question for the past three years. How time flies when you're building websites... so I did a bit of research and a sweep around the office to get a new consensus on Wiliam's position.
Gravatar which stands for "Globally Recognized Avatars" is a simple solution for providing universal avatars. This concept is great for websites which use avatars as a secondary function where it's either not worth developing an avatar management system or you believe that your users won't bother to actually set an avatar.