Blog post in the category General

  • XHTML Application

    I have been working with XHTML for a while now, but I haven't been using it entirely correctly. If the HTML document is passed with XHTML doctype then the document should be sent using the specific "application/xhtml+xml" header. However, u…

  • Stupidity - Ebay Auctions

    Ebay was a great idea, a vision of genius. The idea of bringing an auction room to the worldwide mass was a stroke of genius. No other site, as far as I'm aware, has done it better, nor has such a global following of users. However, this genius can…

  • Come Explore

    I have added a new section to the site... Explore. This is where you can find all my favourite external links. These range from some very useful web development related articles and major sites, places to spend all your hard earned cash on without ha…

  • GAWDS Newest Member

    GAWDS.org is an association of organisations and accessible web designers and developers - and it is designed to both promote and protect standards - not technical standards - but accessible web design standards. What is the Guild of Accessible Web D…

  • Tweak Here, Tweak There

    I am still in the process of adding the special feature to the site, as early implementation testing provided harder to perfect than I first thought. Hopefully I should get this up and running soon. In other web development improvements for this site…

  • Mobile Update

    Hello, this is an update not via a computer but from my new mobile phone. This phone has a built in version on the Opera browser using its small screen technology. So now I can keep updating easily where ever I am in any location virtually. This coul…

  • University Results

    I received my second year university results today and as expected there were some highs, very highs indeed, and a few lows unfortunately. My Internet 2 module website which is a complete shopping cart e-commerce application & the report scored m…

  • London Trip A Success

    My trip to London was overall a great success. I left my house in the Midlands at 5.50am, which is a miracle for me! I traveled down the M40 which essentially continues to the center of the capital. I arrived at Hillingdon, a tube station on the oute…

  • See The Web Colour Blind

    Studies show that 5%-8% of males are born with some type of colour blindness, which is as high as 1 in 12. The most common types of colour blindness are protans, who find red hues difficult, and deutans, who find green hues difficult to distinguish b…

  • And We're Counting

    I have added some meaningless statistics about the visitors of this website. This is done by checking the User Agent "web browser" to the normal non-geeky folks! Every request you make to a webpage, this data is sent out. I only document an…