There I was, happily cruising through my twitter feed and I came across another gem from @TheBlogess
and the reply is even better.
I had this ruminating in my brain for a few weeks and when my office mates and I joked about de-motivational posters for our office. I made up one with Mr. Willis. So here you go world. (oh, and screen grab of movie is copyright by someone else, of course.)
As we all know, the only constant in life is change, and the world of HTML, CSS and JS is moving along very nicely. Illustrating this, we have many great web sites now that operate so well they work like apps. (the prime example here is forecast.io ) but we still have to consider the issue of older browser support. Old browsers, especially the old Internet Explorer browsers, remain an anchor around the neck of site development. 1
Do we still care about IE8, 7 and 6? I feel itâ€™s becoming more okay to ignore them now, but IE8 support is still a bit of a should-I-or-should-I-not case.
A new post by Alexander over at alxmedia.se takes us through a quick overview of how to add the basic support for some of the modern CSS, HTML in WordPress.
New TLD’s are coming soon. I don’t know about you, but “my.plumbing” might be hard to explain to anyone who still insists they have to add “www.” to everything.
.bike, .clothing, .guru, .holdings, .plumbing, .singles, .ventures
.camera, .equipment, .estate, .gallery, .graphics, .lighting, .photography
This might change the trend for long domain names to very short domain names, Â because the TLD is so long.
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