Monthly Archives: April 2010

Larry Holmes Statue Website Html/CSS recode

I recently recoded an existing graphical design (not of my design) into Html/CSS. The site was pretty much just a set of images with html image maps before I worked on it. Now it is has a fully fledged stylesheet, Dreamweaver template, a jQuery implementation for pagination and is much better in the eyes of […]
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Larry Holmes Statue Website
Html/CSS Recode

I recently recoded an existing graphical design (not of my design) into Html/CSS. The site was pretty much just a set of images with html image maps before I worked on it. Now it is has a fully fledged stylesheet, Dreamweaver template, a jQuery implementation for pagination and is much better in the eyes of […]
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Little-aces.com Live!

The Little Aces website is now live! My client is currently still in the process of choosing a payment gateway and so the proposed e-commerce function of the site has been held back. However, the site now provides some nice online presence for the growing tennis organisation and has features such as a course location […]
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123-reg hosting (Webfusion) is rubbish.

Update: In this post I describe a recommended web host. For a domain registrar, 123-reg have always been my preferred choice. The prices are reasonable and the control panel for domain management clear and easy to use. Their hosting service (provided by Webfusion) on the other hand is another story. I recently went with their […]
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