Category: Family Life

If so, you’re not alone. Three of the current top discussions at Cre8asiteforums are on the topic of web page resolution. It’s hard to ignore a vibe that strong. Browser resolution remains a web designer’s dilemma. How do you know what the right choice to make is? Explore: 1152×864 On 17″ Monitor Going Too Far? “I know w3schools.com says a lot of people are on this resolution but it does not specify the correlation to monitor size.” 800×600 Resolution –Read more…

I met a lovely reader today, who responded to seeing my blog post yesterday on accessbility. I wrote about the topic not as expert, but as a student. It’s a role I’m more comfortable with. He showed me a project he’s passionate about. It’s a website built for visually impaired and the blind, either using a web browser reader or a braille setup. I could learn from it I wanted to. But mostly, it mattered more to me that heRead more…

For fun and because some of the questions and informative posts coming into Cre8asiteforums lately are interesting, I decided to share some of them. (Special note to the latest viagra spammer. Thanks for the laughs and being so obviously useless.) Okay, here we go. If you handcode CSS, why bother with Dreamweaver (or any WYSIWYG) app? Price perceptions – shocks in store? Ammon writes, …a new study highlighted by Wharton, has shown that most people automatically assume that they areRead more…

You read and hear it all the time. Somebody tells you to do something a certain way because it’s the only correct way. So, you do it, only to learn later that your original way was fine or an even better approach. You may grow tired of being lectured to. You may not know whom to trust. I thought Aaron Wall’s SEO Book blog post called Bad Advice That Sounds Good was thought provoking. Last I checked, it had garneredRead more…

Kids are home from school all week, and I’m hosting a Thanksgiving gathering this year, so posting will be light. I’ve got the 20 pound turkey, and a chore-list that’s a mile long. Here’s a bit of news to share, however, just to prove that bloggers can keep this up under the most extreme of circumstances. Like the parents and in-laws coming to a holiday dinner… Accessibility Legislation by country is a must-have for global web design. (Hat tip RosieRead more…

The first website I ever made was hosted by AOL, had a terribly long URL that made no sense and was not for anyone’s eyes but mine. I was a hunter-gatherer of all things search engine or web design related and constantly on information overload. The first website, called “Dancing Thunder’s Playground” was titled after my nickname, which was “Dancing Thunder” or “DT”. It was where I stockpiled links and chunks of educational information. Eventually I sorted some of itRead more…

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