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Subscribe By E-mail

At some point last year I enabled subscribe by e-mail functionality on my (feedburner) RSS feed… and then forgot to tell anyone about it. Of course, this has given me sufficient time to “test” what Feedburner offers in the way of e-mail notification and it’s…

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Beginner’s Guide to PHP – Part Two

Let’s have a quick re-cap of what we covered in Beginner’s Guide to PHP – Part One: there are different data types (string, integer, floating point number and boolean) and variables are created by simply assigning data to them. Simple enough? Well, now we’re going…

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tutorialtastic renovations

I started reworking the tutorialtastic code waaay back when I first talked about rewriting the CMS over here at jemjabella.co.uk. For some reason I decided to use TT as my test site, and although I managed to get the majority of the site structure/databases/CMS done…

 |  Interwebs

A C.R.A.P. Design

When I read up on C.R.A.P. last month — I admit — I was hoping it would turn me into an amazing designer overnight. Of course, we all know that this is an impossible feat and you can’t reverse several years of bad design habits…

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CSS Naked Day, 07

Cover your eyes if you’re easily corrupted — jemjabella is naked! Just like last naked day, I’m taking part to demonstrate that when stripped of styling Jemjabella.co.uk is still useable, browseable and most importantly: readable. Such is the benefit of separating visual style from mark-up.…

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Ethics of Stats Tracking

I was recommending Mint recently as an excellent way of keeping an eye on click-through, a good way to find out exactly where visitors are going, how they’re getting in (whether through a link, Google search), etc.. and I was asked the question “is it…

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