The Mind of a Web Developer: An Illustrated Diagram Matt, Mingle2, June 13, 2007
Tweeting is nice because it’s terse; I can update my tweeps about what I’m doing, resources I’ve discovered and articles I’ve read between more lengthy and media-rich blog posts (and to publicize those posts). The Twitter Tools plugin is a great way to integrate tweets into a WordPress blog. The most obvious benefit of this […]
Replace Microsoft Notepad With Latest Notepad++ v5.0 in Windows With this fix my favorite little text editor, Notepad++, is now my default Windows text editor. I love this quote on the The Ultimate Web Developer’s Christmas Wish List post on the Smashing Magazine blog. Please notice: if a web-developer uses Notepad++, a robust freeware editor […]
Everybody knows what a lamp is, but how many have ever heard of a wamp? For years I used one distribution of Linux or another as my primary operating system and mostly loved it. But Gimp isn’t Photoshop and I was tired of using my laptop to manage and edit my photo library. Photoshop CS3 […]
Brent Danley Photography has been ajaxified! **The new url is photography.brentdanley.com.** The “pages” in the gallery have previously been generated by a single PHP file. This was done by passing to itself a page parameter using the get method. This worked well except that the entire page, including images and linked scripts, had to be […]
WordPress 2.5 won .net magazine‘s Open source application of the year for 2009 (issue 184). WordPress is an awesome blogging platform and CMS. It deserves all the accolades it receives. Version 2.7 is better yet (I upgraded three blogs in the past day). Thanks a bunch, Matt. And congratulations.
Notepad++ is a brilliant little text editor. It’s lightweight (2.89M), tabbed, open source, free, extensible and has FTP functionality built in. It also sports syntax highlighting, drag and drop capability and a powerful regular expression search and replace function. I’ve used Notepad++ for a long time but only recently discovered the FTP capability. Now, instead […]
It’s up. Today I put up a temporary page at BrentDanleyPhotography.com. I registered the domain some time ago and used it as a sandbox for learning Lightbox. I’ve been feeling a ton of pressure to keep up with web development technologies. I need to be able to perform well should I be offered my dream […]