Welcome to my Web and Mobile Developer Blog. Here you will find the latest News and Rants about mobile apps, websites and the internet.

I also, occasionally, write blog posts on non-techie stuff too!

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This week I have been working on a new website project, using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 for the first time. If you are coming to Studio 2008 from Studio 2005, everything seems similar, and you s...
 
I had an interesting problem to solve the other week when looking over a website page that had been translated to Russian, and was delivered from a machine hosted in Russia. The translation was fin...
 
This week I have delivered a completely redesigned website for Andy Till. Andy is a Personal Friend, Professional Bass Player, and star of the new 2008 Hovis Adverts! The old site had been onlin...
 
I seem to have been increasingly using the Lightbox Photo Viewer on websites in recent times. Lightbox is a light-weight, and cross-platform, solution for opening up full-size images within the cur...
 
The recent launch of both Firefox 3 and Google's browser Chrome, will have caused headache's for many website developers. Different web browsers will render websites slightly differently to one ano...
 
Captcha / Image Verification is a great way to combat website form spam, such as bot-generated enquiries that ultimately end up in your inbox. You can see an example of a Captcha / ASP Image Verifi...
 
Many web developers setup Custom 404 Files on their Websites to present a user-friendly alternative to the browser's own "File Not Found" page, however we can do a whole lot more when we start scripti...
 
For a while now I've been writing AJAX-Enabled ASP.Net 2.0 Web Applications in Visual Studio 2005, but last week I got the opportunity to add some new functionality to a website that used AJAX in ASP....
 
In today's increasingly networked world, the internet provides many ways of working both remotely and virtually. When at a remote location, we can take advantage of VPN technologies, Remote Desktop...
 
Earlier this week I tried importing a Local IIS website in Visual Studio 2005 on my new Windows Vista PC. Interestingly, if I clicked "Open Website" then clicked the "Local IIS" option, I received ...


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