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One of the best ways to improve your site is to improve the content editor in your content management system.
Microsites are sometimes a necessary evil, but they are often poorly implemented. Perhaps Squarespace is the answer.
The next generation of web tools aren’t just aspiring to replace Photoshop and Fireworks. They appear to be keen to replace the need for hand coding HTML and CSS too.
The next season of the Boagworld Podcast is going to debate the major issues surrounding web design. The first subject is responsive design and we need your opinion.
When trying to decide which content management system is best, developers often think about how easy the content management system is to integrate before ever considering how easy it is to use. This needs to change.
Wireframing responsive sites can be time consuming as you have to mockup each screen size. Ed Merritt is in the process of solving this problem.
It’s well known that good URL structures can help SEO, but how often do we think about the impact of URL structures on analytics? We should.
Google is saying it has detected harmful code on one of my sites, I dont really know where to start any advice.
Is there the future for hand-coded markups or preprocessor, frameworks, libraries and other tools will totally run the show?
What’s the best technique for hiding large images on mobile versions of websites? Conditional loading of images with js?
Media Queries aren’t just about adapting the width of a site. They can adapt the height too.
Here is the latest question from IQ9A followed by my less than confident answer. Do you recommend increasing image resolutions or creating image sets to compensate for the Apple iPad Retina Display?…
Just a quick heads up about a peculiar little problem I encountered today. Like all the ‘cool kids’ I try and make all new sites I develop responsive. That includes the Headscape website,…