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CSS3 is Good, HTML5 is Good, Browsers are… old.

Without question CSS revolutionised the way web pages are built, disposing of ugly and bloated table layout in favour of a more semantic, light weight solution. It’s only in recent years however that webmasters have truly been able to harness its power due to lack of support from mainstream browsers (naming no names IE6). Thankfully […]

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Business Etiquette – It’s not that Hard!

I have been freelancing for around 9 months and this involves dealing with various individuals from various companies on a daily basis. One moment I may be talking to the receptionist of a cleaning firm, the next a director for a large printing business. I’ve met many, many types of people in trades that I […]

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Self-employed Web Designer? Consider renting office space

I took the plunge of going self-employed 6 months ago and truly, I have not looked back. This lifestyle is so much better – I can manage my own time, I value my hours and money more and I get to work from any location. Currently my chosen location is my home. I don’t intend […]

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Google Wave + iPhone = The Web Of the Future

Social networking and bookmarking tools have been growing since they hit the mainstream in 2005/2006. Nearly everybody uses Facebook, and those who don’t at least have an account. Webmasters are harnessing bookmarking technologies such as Digg.com which allow people to post links to their favourite pages. Tools such as Squidoo and HubPages allow for the […]

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