I am currently at a point in my life where I want to further my knowledge as well as share what I already know. With this blog I plan to share things I know from years of experience and also things that I discover as I learn more.
I am going to have to skip this weeks blog post. I started working on it last week, but I never finished it. Posts should resume next week. Hopefully I will be able to reach a point where I can put out 2-3 posts a week instead of just the one, but as I am … Continue reading Today’s Post
Over my years of working with MySQL databases and writing hundreds of queries for various applications; I have come across several trick and under utilized functions that can help you out in unique situations. Please note, some of these queries are rather advances if you are new to MySQL so please be careful when playing … Continue reading Advanced MySQL Queries
Most web developers know how to do basic SEO and build properly formatted code, but few utilize itemscope to tell the search engines what the data is talking about. Using itemscope allows the developer to tell the search engine whether they are talking about Ice Cubes for your drink or Ice Cube the actor. How … Continue reading Working with schema.org to improve SEO using Microdata
When it comes to building websites today, you can't turn around without finding some sort of pre-build responsive library/framework. Almost all of these are build off of some combination of the following: CSS reset, percentage margins/paddings/widths, and media queries (to determine browser size and give break points).
Regular expressions are used in almost all programming languages and are considered the defacto standard for string manipulation. Regular expressions can also be used in searches and many other utilities.
CSS is one of the most important parts of Web Design and Development. It is the style guide of your HTML, without it there is no Visual Aesthetics and no User Experience.