Our website is still under construction but I got inspired last night and changed the splash page.
Creating a Preloader in AS3
Creating a preloader in AS3 is pretty straight forward and really should be used any time your pulling resources into an SWF at runtime and yes I know the title is stupid. Continue reading “Preload This!”
One way to help secure your WordPress install is to remove the version number from your meta tags:
1 <meta name="generator" content="WordPress 3.0.1" />
Here is a great snippet of code that removes “Private” and “Protected” from your password protected posts in WordPress. Just drop it into your functions.php file. Continue reading “Removing “Private” and “Protected” from WordPress post titles”
I was looking around on Facebook today and after about 6 random links ended up on a website for a local marketing/media broker company. I was looking through the links that I assumed were portfolio examples and low and behold there were 2 links to sites I had created.
My first reaction was to get really angry and annoyed that this person would try and take credit for my work. Then I looked at the date of the last post on the site – February 2009 – and I calmed down a bit. I realized that if the person hadn’t updated their web page for almost 2 years that they links they posted on the site have not been checked in at least that amount of time if not longer – and I had worked on those projects within the last 2 years.
Why am I sharing this riveting story you ask? Well it’s because it reinforces something that I tell all of my clients who want to get into the space of blogging, social media and having a website in general. The Golden Rule of content.
Always keep your content up to date and relevant
I left the website thinking “it’s not a big deal, no one probably goes there anyway”. That’s not good, especially if it’s your business website. Not having traffic is one thing but having old, outdated content should not be a reason to lose traffic.
That’s my 2 cents anyway.
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Functions (aka methods) are the bread and butter of any application. Without them you can’t do much of anything. So I thought I would show you how to write one.
We were approached to create a new look for Veritas Canada a high-profile PR and Marketing company in Toronto. We had the interesting task of creating a website for a company with a series of distinct and very different divisions. Continue reading “Veritas Canada”