Publications

/ 04.15.2015

Internetology 101

Internetology 101

Welcome to the Internet! I’ll be here to guide you from the very beginning all the way down to domain names and URLs.

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/ 04.3.2015

Beyond Keywords and Meta Data: The Developer's SEO

Beyond Keywords and Meta Data: The Developer's SEO

Contrary to popular belief, search engine optimization (SEO) responsibilities do not fall solely on the marketing department. From a website’s inception through its lifecycle, the developer plays just as much of a role in the site’s SEO as the marketing manager. And it’s more than just keywords and meta data - site architecture and presentation techniques can drastically impact rankings and traffic as well.

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/ 03.18.2015

Is It Time To Drop Support For IE8? - Part II

Is It Time To Drop Support For IE8? - Part II

Today marks the sixth year anniversary of Internet Explorer 8. With that, I thought it would be good to revisit an article I wrote last year about dropping support for IE8, and take a look at what has changed in the last twelve months.

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/ 01.16.2015

Choosing A CMS Solution For Your Website

Choosing A CMS Solution For Your Website

When deciding to build or update a website, it’s best to approach the project with an open mind, rather than a one-size fits all mentality. If you think deciding on a Content Management System (CMS) is quick process, you should take a step back and begin with a Discovery phase. Lay out all of the essentials that will need to be met in order to ensure a successful outcome.

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/ 11.18.2014

Why Build A Custom 404 Error Page

Why Build A Custom 404 Error Page

It’s after 2 in the morning. You just got in from the bar, three sheets to the wind. You turn on the television as you slump in front of the computer to check your Facebook page one last time before you stumble your way to the bedroom and pass out wearing last night’s clothes.

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/ 02.21.2014

Is It Time To Drop Support For IE8? - Part I

Is It Time To Drop Support For IE8? - Part I

Deciding which browsers and versions you're going to support for a new website or application is an important step in the web development process. These days, our conversations usually revolve around Internet Explorer 8.

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