We are glad to be able to announce that we are working for local renewable energy systems specialist, Green Solar World. We are taking care of their online marking and search engine optimization. The client expressed to us that they want to rank high in the search engines and they want the company to be more visible online.
As per Ethan Marcotte, a responsive design is composed of three distinct parts:
- a flexible grid
- flexible images that work in a flexible context (whether fluid themselves, or perhaps controlled via overflow)
- media queries, the final layer of a responsive design, media queries optimize the design for different viewing contexts, and spot-fix bugs that occur at different resolution ranges
You can read more about it at http://unstoppablerobotninja.com/entry/on-being-responsive/. In this blog post, we would like to share with you our blank Joomla template - a good starting point for creating a 'responsive joomla template'.
Joomla 2.5 has just arrived including some good stuff like automatic update notifications (for both, Joomla and extensions) and a natural language search engine (part of Joomla core). It also includes (for the first time) multi-database support (for example, you can now run it on SQL Server Express).
In this blog entry, we would like to share our new Joomla 1.5/1.6/2.5 template, ready for your new websites.
Here is something that we use with every .NET project. A simple set of logging extension methods, extremely easy to call, can be used in ASP.NET, SharePoint or Dynamics projects.
When there is not a lot of content, a quite good solution might be to place everything on a single page. As easy as it sounds, designing such a website is not an easy job. Below, we have gathered a small amount of impressive and charming examples that hopefully, will inspire you.
It has been only over a year since we started using Visual Studio 2010. Visual Studio 11 has been announced