I was the web site manager for the San Diego Museum of Art for five years. I learned a lot during that time. I went from a wysiwyg hack using Net Objects Fusion to getting my feet wet with hand-coding, e-mail newsletters, Flash, ASP, and finally took the dive into standards-based programming. Working for a […]
Most web sites will require a form or two. Purchases, weather requests, contact forms, and even “Guess the number of dust bunnies under David’s desk” contests. In the past, forms were set up with the miracle table and that worked just fine. After all, they looked pretty. What more could we want? How about an […]
Semantic Coding To table or not to table, that is the question… The Internet is really a big library of information, with the smattering of cake recipes, photos of celebrities, and bad cartoons thrown in for flavor. Unfortunately, most of the information out there is junk. The data has no reference or connection to other […]
Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer began creating two versions of the Internet, each filled with super features that only worked with their browser and not the other. Netscape would jab, and Microsoft would counterpunch. It was an exciting free-for-all and the ones hitting the mat at a dizzying speed were the web page designers trying to make their sites look decent in both browsers.