What the heck is going on, you ask? Say hello to Tersus.

Bare bones? You got it. Tersus is an achingly simple WordPress theme without all the usual cruft. Please pardon the mess. This child theme is still under development.

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Category: Web Development

Posts related to web design and development.

2008-06-01

The new Twitter Transparency

One of my biggest complaints with Twitter is that users were left in the dark when the site was having problems. That’s changed. Twitter’s more transparent than ever. Recently Techcrunch asked Twitter several questions regarding their infrastructure, policies and more (Hey Twitter I Have A Few Questions Too). Twitter answered back with “It’s not rocket … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2008-05-30

Disqus integration

I’ve been toiling over the idea of integrating DISQUS into my site to provide a better way to allow site visitors to comment. I’m not sure how it’s going to work out, so consider this an experiment for now. The idea behind Disqus is that commenting becomes more interactive for readers of this site and … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2008-05-29

Download Day 08

Download Day 2008. Pledge your involvement in helping Firefox 3 set a Guinness World Record for number of software downloads in a day. I’m in, are you?

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2008-05-27

Dreamweaver, Fireworks CS4 Betas Released

Fresh from the Adobe Labs comes betas for Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 and Adobe Fireworks CS4. It should be noted that if you’ve been using CS3, there is a new unified interface that’ll be appearing in CS4 that may take some getting used to. Also, if you tested the Photoshop CS3 beta when it was released, … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2008-05-20

Simple Form Redirection

Recently, a friend asked if I could come up with a simple form that would allow you to enter a value into a field, hit the submit button, and have it take the user to a URL with the value they entered in the field appended to the URL. I’m not great with JavaScript, but … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.