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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Those of us that regulalry send HTML emails, or have websites that send HTML Newsletters will have been surprised by Outlook 2007 in recent months. The lastest version of Microsoft's flagship Email...
 
Google have exported their PageRank values for toolbar users over this weekend. Whilst true PageRank is calculated on-the-fly, the public value has always been a good indicator of the power of a si...
 
Local courier firm Topspeed Couriers have had their website converted to a CMS managed website. Their website has always enjoyed favourable search listings, but the firm were unable to edit content...
 
The Mr Methane website has blasted itself into the future this week. After 10 years online, a new, easy to navigate, web design has been implemented. Find out more about the history of the site ...
 
The Silkmoth Website has had a subtle, but effective reskin. We have a new logo, and new colours, and have made a few restructuring changes to the website. A new improved portfolio section is no...
 
When completely remaking a website, it is often neccesary to Redirect all requests for old pages to appropriate new pages. This is for the benefit of both the user, and Search Engines. A "301" s...
 
Many web designers use Image Verification as a method of preventing Contact Forms from falling victim to SPAM-Bots. What are SPAM-Bots? Put simply, machines that trawl the web looking for websites ...
 
A live music act that I offer web design advice to have been offering their songs for play in WMA format on their site for some time. Whilst this has been a great way for people to check out their ...
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I received a website distress call from a friend last night. He had recently moved a site from a Linux Server to a Windows Server, both running the latest PHP installations. However, what he had...
 
I have completed 2 courses in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005. The official Microsoft cousrses took place at Xpertise Training in Leeds. I completed two courses, a 3 day "Core Course", and a 2 day ...


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