Archive for the 'Web development' Category

DOM structure visualized

Tuesday, May 30th, 2006

Web pages are written in HTML. HTML consists of tags, arranged in a hierarchy. Therefore, they can be represented in a graph. Aharef shows a few examples of these graphs of well know sites.
This is what my blog’s DOM structure looks like.

Very pretty. You can do your own with Aharef’s visualizer applet.

How do the big boys do it?

Wednesday, May 10th, 2006

Ryan Carson blogs how he develops his latest app, Vitamin.

Pashley-Moulton TSR

Wednesday, September 21st, 2005

I’ve been very busy for the last 2 weeks working on the website for the launch of the latest and greatest Moulton: the Pashley-Moulton TSR. The website was launched on the same day that Eurobike was opened to the public, last Saturday.
It was a fun project to work, especially because I had the pleasure […]

FireFox secrets

Friday, August 5th, 2005

If you use FireFox, learn how to use it properly. Cheah Chu Yeow has written a book about all the features FireFox packs, and this Sitepoint article has a 6 page summary with some very useful tips.

Weird bug in IE5/Mac

Tuesday, July 5th, 2005

Now this must be the weirdest bug I’ve ever seen. A random word seems to push the width of a p tag one pixel further out which pushes my left hand column down the page. To check for yourself, open IE5 on your Mac.
This is the page that pushes the left hand column down.
This is […]

Site speed analyzer

Tuesday, April 26th, 2005

A handy tool for analyzing how your pages are performing speed wise.

WordPress, wow!

Monday, April 25th, 2005

This is a new blog, as is my other project, wikilinks.org. I had been wanting to do this for a while. The blog to record my thoughts, because my memory is really bad, and a wiki to keep track of all the titbits of information if find on the Internet. A bit of a link […]