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Archive of: 2005
As title! The Small Person loves the slimy fruits, and I spent ten minutes this morning trying to chop the fruit off the stone without reducing the whole thing to mush. There must be a technique to this.
I discovered the Steenbergs Organic Pepper and Spice website a while ago, and remembered them while pulling everything out of the cupboards looking for the garam masala I was sure I had another jar of, earlier this week. I [...]
My latest book, Build Your Own Standards Compliant Website with Dreamweaver 8, is now available from Sitepoint. This book was written for Dreamweaver 8 and , through the process of building a standards compliant website using valid XHTML Strict and CSS, you will discover all of the [...]
I’ve been clearing some needed bookshelf space and buying the books I need for my next Open University course at bargain prices at Green Metropolis. I don’t have room for any more bookshelves so I’ve had to promise myself that I’ll get rid of some books before buying any [...]
The latest version of Dreamweaver – Dreamweaver 8 – has been launched today. I was lucky enough to be involved with the Beta and so have been working with this new version for several months. So, is it worth the upgrade?
If you use Dreamweaver for visual design, and in particular [...]
This morning the BBC reports on a survey made of 100 leading consumer web sites – revealing that 3% were turning away non-IE users and a further 7% were using IE-specific code. The article then went on to explain why web standards were important [...]