|October 24, 2010||Posted by Stephen Coursen under Programming, Web|
I maintain/manage some Websites that are developed by outsiders. Some of them are stuck (for one reason or another) using older tools and software packages … namely Microsoft FrontPage. In one of the websites, in particular, the previous method of showing a larger/zoomed-in version of an image was to open a new tab or browser […]
|October 16, 2010||Posted by Stephen Coursen under Web|
If you’re running a site that aims to be more than just a small journal or hub for your close friends to go to, you run into the problem of making sure that the site loads quickly and correctly for any visitor. By “correctly”, I mean that it looks the same in all browsers. This […]
|October 6, 2010||Posted by Stephen Coursen under Web|
I’m always doing research on how to get Web content ranked well in search engines such as Google or Bing. Part of that research involves figuring out how to get new client Web sites ranked well in a cost-effective manner (since getting the resulting traffic for free beats everything).
|September 30, 2010||Posted by Stephen Coursen under Web|
I’ve let this blog turn fallow over the last year or so. Due to time constraints, I hadn’t been able to post with anywhere close to the frequency that I’d like. (It didn’t help that I lost almost all the post/comment/etc. data in the great hard drive crash of January 2010).