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Redid Homepage

Sunday, September 22nd, 2013

Back in the day, ie the 90s when you redid your homepage it was a big deal. Now everyone and their dog is online and people don’t even need to know HTML to have a ‘home page’. I’ve been maintaining a homepage online since 1995. I’ve never been the biggest fan of JavaScript or anything that makes a page load slowly, however the Internet keeps changing…

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Google Analytics + Multiple Domains + iFrames FTW

Sunday, June 23rd, 2013

I’ve spent a lot of time reading Google Analytics documentation both official and unofficial this week, so much so that I joked I should put “ninja” or “guru” on my resume as that is so much more professional than my middle name…

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CD Cover Gallery is pretty much done

Thursday, October 7th, 2010

I made my albumCollection.php class versatile enough that it was easy to just crank out an album cover gallery. I spent most of my time in the last 24 hours fixing up the csv file so that the maximum number of album covers can be found in Amazon.com. It still doesn’t find them all and it gets a few wrong…

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Web 2.0-ifying Muschamp.ca

Monday, September 20th, 2010

After spending so much time upgrading and improving Muskblog. I decided to break down and add some feeds and widgets to the rest of my domain. I’d already done this for nurgle.muschamp.ca however I did things slightly differently the second time. For one I used a bit more PHP. I changed my home page from a .html to a .php file so that I could make direct calls to SimplePie as it makes adding RSS feeds to a webpage/website, as simple as pie…

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Redoing sidebar.php Again

Friday, September 10th, 2010

I just spent all evening changing my sidebar.php, that is the chunk of HTML and PHP that makes the stuff to the right of the text appear and work…

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Jazzing up my blog

Wednesday, August 4th, 2010

So I’ve been thinking of upgrading to WordPress 3.something now that the initial 3.0 release has had bug fixes. A wise sysop waits until the point something release after a major revision…

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My resume is now an hResume

Tuesday, February 20th, 2007

One of the things I took away from Web Directions North that I could actually put into use, was Microformats. These are just a formalization of the encoding of common pieces of data such as addresses and events…

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