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Using media queries to create distinct experiences for different web browser and device sizes comes at a cost: overly complex web layout code, ignored device sizes, or even in future-proofing your web application. But there is an alternative: truly scalable websites.
Most websites are built on a content management system (CMS). And because they allow content authors great control, they can also be misused.
If you're just starting out on your quest to find the right software development partner, these tips will help you get started.
If your cable bill is too high or you value choice, you will likely be interested in cutting the cord and going with Internet TV. Here's my experience.
Adopting a web content management system requires compromises. For example, even if you love the CMS you may not like the way it handles publishing.
A year ago several people at Fynydd participated in the First Annual Fynydd Predictions for the New Year. Now that it's 2016, it's time to see how we did.
I don't recommend using Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on intranets and websites. They're not the right way to provide content to visitors. Why?
Mobile content blockers are beginning to intermediate ads on our behalf. Is this the future of mobile advertising?
RFPs are great for buying a quantifiable product or service, but they're not a good way to find a partner for a project that is not readily quantifiable.