With the launch of the iPad one of the striking things to me is its reliance on web standards. Apple’s own Technical Note on preparing websites for the iPad specifically states web developers should be using web standards for audio and video, specifically the HTML5 video and audio tags. If a large corporation like Apple […]
I’ve just got my new shiny iPhone with Orange and am of course very happy with the UI, the apps and the amazing connectivity it gives you on the move. However, pretty rapidly after installing various apps I hit the problem of all installed apps closing immediately after opening them. Not good.
We host most of our client sites at Rackspace so we have a fair few servers and different accounts we need to login with whenever accessing the my.rackspace.com portal. While the site has a cookie to remember the last entered account number and username, it doesn’t help if you have half a dozen different accounts […]
In PHP, knowing what the Apache user is on your webserver is very useful. Anything that writes a file to the server for example sessions, uploading files or other temporary file operations, needs to have the destination folder writeable by Apache. If you’re developing locally that’s not usually a problem. But as soon as you’re […]
After the excellent dConstruct HTML5 and CSS3 workshop on Wednesday run by Jeremy, Natalie and Richard, I wanted to try out some of the things I learnt from the day.
I’m in the process of rebooting my website and transferring content from the old www.srj24.co.uk website. If you’re visiting this site after picking up one of my business cards, please bear with me. Service will be resumed shortly…
Stephen Fry has quite a devious sense of humour and to celebrate over 50,000 followers came up with a challenge: to write a 140 character Twitter containing exactly 50 Ls and win a yet unknown prize.