The static route When I built my first website, I wrote all of the HTML by hand. At that point, it was just HTML. It was annoying to replicate the navigation bar across every page, even though I only had a few pages to update. I tried a few different methods, such as using frames, and […]
There’s a good story over at Journalism.co.uk on the Washington Post redesign (“New WaPo ‘flexible’ homepage completes site redesign“). Here’s a quote that stands out: If you’re going to be quicker, agile and innovative, you can’t be in a place where it takes you six months to build something. I’d agree with that, and I’d […]
I’m really interested in content management systems, and which sites use them. Out of curiosity, I’ve done a bit of research to find out which CMS is used the most. I was surprised by the results.
Now the miniblog has been running for a couple of weeks (here’s my intro post if you missed it), it’s time to think about whether it’s working. Yes. Well that was easy! The main blog is now gone. Have a look at what I’ve done with my new homepage. I’ve pulled through links to some of my […]