Social Media Mistake #8: Relying Too Much on Third Party Platforms.

  Facebook is one example of a platform that is good for engaging with your customers. But Facebook owns their platform and can do whatever they want with it. The latest example is Facebook’s almost overnight elimination of tabs – for some businesses this change has created real challenges. Google owns their platform and they [...]

The Best Browser Testing Environment

How we handle the tedious task of browser testing. From IE6 to IE9, all other major browsers on one machine, with developer tools to boot!

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Setting up ExpressionEngine

The “build order” of a good ExpressionEngine site (steps 1 & 2).

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ExpressionEngine Member Lists

ExpressionEngine publicizes your member list by default. Here’s how to hide it!

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Content Management Solutions

Choosing a CMS for your website is like shopping for an automobile. There is not a single car that can fit the needs of every driver. Similarly, there is not a single CMS that can fit the needs of every website…

Flash vs HTML5

There seems to be a bandwagon going around which would have you believe that Flash is a bad thing for the web, and that HTML5 should replace it yesterday…

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What the framework is this?

If you’ve been coding (and not under a rock), you’ve heard the word “framework” tossed around quite a bit, but what is a framework and why use it? From Wikipedia: “A software framework, in computer programming, is an abstraction in which common code providing generic functionality can be selectively overridden or specialized by user code [...]

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