Blog posts in the category Web Development

  • Everyone's Ranting

    Hakon Lie of the Opera web browser has sent a rather interesting email to Mr. Bill Gates of Microsoft fame. The email complains about Microsoft's statement on interoperability and continues to rant about IE. Every web developer wants Internet Explore…

  • Suprise Google Rankings

    After checking my log stats a little more carefully last night I stumbled on a few nice google queries that return a page on my website on the first page. These queries aren't extremely restricted, such as to include "Trovster" or "Trevor Morris" nor…

  • Explore One In A Million

    Well, more like one in twenty-three million if Google's search results are anything to go by... What am I rambling on about I hear you ask. EXPLORE. Explore is a linklog. "A link exploration into all corners of the internet", or so I say! The aim of…

  • Graduation Web Application, Part One

    This year our university are embracing technology -- and the web -- for completing the graduation sign-up process. From booking your seats at the ceremony to ordering the gown you've got to wear on the day. This is great for people who prefer to fill…

  • WordPress Impressions

    Out of all of the sites I've developed so far, including this blog, I have been built from scratch. It has given me the perfect chance to learn and develop my PHP skills. I hope that these sites I've developed (trovster.com and "Explore") all work pr…

  • It's Official, I'm A Web Developer

    I think the title says it all. I'm officially a web developer! After all this personal work and learning I've done by myself over the last three years on web development, PHP and web standards, I've actually got a job as a web developer. YES! OK, I h…

  • Have A Mint

    No, I'm not offering free mints. But if anyone wants to send me some, I think I'm addicted. Anyway, back to Mint. Mint is the brand new (to us meer publicans) statistics extravaganza from web guru Shaun Inman. A very stylish stats program using PHP,…

  • Slash The CSS Dot

    The popular geek news and resource site Slashdot.org has now switched their entire site of 60 thousand articles, all over to CSS-driven design. Although it's not 100% valid at the moment, this is a great step. Nice one. They mention a CSS competition…

  • Magical Trevor Remix

    Everyone loves magical Trevor, 'cause the tricks that he does with CSS are so clever. Look at him now, CSSin' a site. Now the site is appearing just right? Takin' a bow it's magical Trevor Everybody's seen that his CSS is so clever. Look at him there…

  • Shopping In CSS

    Dabs.com, an online electronic retailer, has converted to a CSS-based design and XHTML. This is a cool step forward, and hopefully they can disclose what real world commercial benefits they come across. The design is a fluid, full-width affair, with…