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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.
Here's a simple solution for deploying a web application to a server using implicit FTPS on port 990 with the Visual Studio Publish feature.
We looked at how sites handle video and became keenly aware of some important considerations: choice, mobile and autoplay, energy consumption, and formats.
Using the free ImageMagick utility, you can create multi-resolution favicon.ico files with PNG images. Here's how.
We recently replaced our blog publishing technology with the new Ghost blog platform. But one of the drawbacks is that it lacked search. So we built one.
We recently upgraded the Fynydd blog with Ghost, a Node.js-based blogging platform. The catch? Our site is running PHP on Windows with IIS.
Instruction on using Modernizer to detect SVG support in the browser and swap with PNG files when necessary.
Strategic formatting of content allows for a rich representation of your content in search results and posts Facebook, Google+ and Twitter.
Modifying the OS X app Espresso 2 to support syntax highlighting of Sass files is an easy chore. Just modify the existing CSS plugin to recognize the Sass file extensions ‘sass’ and ‘scss’.