I posted a note on the 9th March about upgrading the Lillifoot website. After spending parts of 4 weekends, and a few late nights during the week, I finally reached a stage where I felt confident enough to push the changes to the unsuspecting public. Have a look here: http://www.lillifoot.co.uk With a cursory glance, you … Continue reading Lillifoot Product Categories
These days, the first thing I do when I get a new computer is install Firefox along with the DOM Inspector and Web Developer Toolbar plugins. Those tools, css reference documentation and a text editor is usually all I use for development and maintenance of web pages. I find the DOM Inspector particularly useful for … Continue reading Chromium Developer Tools
It is time to put some time into enhancing the Lillifoot website at http://www.lillifoot.co.uk (in fact, it's well overdue). The current incarnation of the website was launched July 2008. Since that time, the website has served up 180,000 pages and 72GB of data. I'm quite proud of the way that the website has developed over … Continue reading Upgrading the Lillifoot Website
As I've hinted previouly, my wife and I opened up a new shoe store last month: Lillifoot. A major reason why I haven't been blogging as much lately is because I've been so busy with Lillfoot. We've effectively set up a complete retail business from scratch. It's been an incredible learning experience, as we've had … Continue reading Lillifoot Website
Nicolas Seriot wrote to tell me about how he has adapted the exubero stylesheet for his own software: phpMyFlatSite. Not that I'm biased, but it looks very good. 🙂
This is excellent: IEs 4 Linux. This makes website compatibility testing a whole lot easier for me.
A friend, Geoff Thompson, started a software testing consultancy last year. His business is picking up nicely, and things are looking very well for him. However, the design of the company website always bothered me. At first glance, it looks corporate and professional. However, looking closer, I could see that it exhibits a lot of … Continue reading The Business Case for Semantic Markup