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Your New Website is Inside

Today’s Internet is a lot different than it used to be. With new developments such as SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and web standards, building websites the same old way just won’t cut it anymore.

The W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) creates guidelines and regulations that designers strive to follow to make their sites as accessible and functional as possible.

IE Will Not Cooperate

IE positioning is fickle at best. I was recently designing a new site for a client when I could not get around this one bug that kept appearing in IE when I would test the site.

No matter what I adjusted, nothing would correct the problem. Thank god I ran across positioniseverything.net. To my surprise I was dealing with the IE Doubled Float-Margin Bug.

All Bloggers Must Login

I consider myself to be technically inclined for the most part. I've been designing and developing websites for the last 10 years.

I consistently preach about usability and the other day I was contemplating making all my users have to login to my blog before they can post any comments.

Session Timed Out

2006 was a very busy year for me. Alibi Productions has been my home for design and development work ever since I was a student.

I began my first blog on drewstauffer.com back in March of '06 and then shortly after, I put a blog on Alibi Productions. After those projects were up and running, I put a blog on my other company website that focuses on website development, Wildfire Productions. Wildfire has been extremely busy this past year and with many new clients, it has demanded most of my time.

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