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Web design and web development

WordPress North East talk slides: Responsive workflow for WordPress

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I gave a talk at WordPress North East last week, and have finally remembered to type up some of the notes to accompany the slides. The talk was called A responsive workflow for WordPress theme development (catchy, I know), and … Continue reading

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123Reg’s MX records with your own custom nameservers

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I recently had to set emails up for a client through 123Reg and had no luck finding 123Reg’s MX records if you wanted to use your own, custom nameservers. For consistency across our hosting clients, I wanted to point the … Continue reading

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Review of jQuery for Designers Beginner’s Guide book by Natalie MacLees

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jQuery has become – rightly or wrongly – the defacto JavaScript library for web designers and developers these days, so I jumped at a chance to review the jQuery for Designers Beginner’s Guide book by Natalie MacLees. The book is … Continue reading

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Is Newcastle upon Tyne in Scotland?

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Is Newcastle upon Tyne in Scotland? Is Durham in Scotland? A lot of tourists and southerners seem to ask these as the train pulls through the station. And now the answer is available in one easy to read website: isnewcastleupontyneinscotland.co.uk.

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Inkscape article in .net magazine issue 231

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I’ve been fortunate enough to have an article (and, more importantly, my photo) published in the current .net magazine, issue 231. Entitled Escaping Photoshop, it’s a call to action for web designers to look beyond Photoshop and broaden the range … Continue reading

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