As I use more and more the SWFObject, I took some time to create a Dreamweaver extension that insert the SWFObject Script and the Div with most of the options I ever need with it. I just tested it on DW CS3, and it worked well as long as you are in design or split… Read More »
Two days ago I published my attempt to build a tool helping me to analyze the positioning of a website in function of the keywords used. Now this SEO tool can do much more: Analyze the results from Google.com, Yahoo.com and Live.com Analyze up to 4 website positioning in the same time Analyze an array… Read More »
More and more web designer make early work for integrating the SEO techniques to their design (files name, title, link and image attributes…). But unfortunately we often have to face a website already existing. In my point of view the number one priority is to know who are the most important competitors (in terms of… Read More »
The W3C offer to test the new beta of the W3C html/Xhtml validator services (checks the markup validity of Web documents in HTML, XHTML, etc.) There are a number of cosmetic and UI changes, but the biggest difference is under the hood: the new validator is using a new library as a wrapper around its… Read More »
Passing vars from JS to AS3 is really easy, but it’s not as easy as it was with AS2. Here I use the excellent SWFObjects (I use it in all my web projects now) to pass variables to the Flash Player: so.addVariable(“var1”, “value1”); so.addVariable(“var2”, “value2”); Now to get the values with AS3 when you already… Read More »
A useless toy to see how will your web creation look on iPhone… iPhoney is not an iPhone simulator but instead is designed for web developers who want to create 320 by 480 (or 480 by 320) websites for use with iPhone. It gives you a canvas on which to test the visual quality of… Read More »
Via Nokia Blog Forum. Some services to test if your website is ready to go for mobile or not. As far as I know there are two service providers: Bango Ready.mobi Bango gives you a score from 0 (not designed for mobile phone) to 5. Ready.mobi gives a much better analyses of your mobile web… Read More »
While reading Scott Janousek’s blog (a post about creating and testing mobile web sites with Adobe CS3), I followed a link to a free Mobile Developer’s Guide. The book is interesting and gives a nice overview of what mobile developer can do to offer a better experience to their visitors. In Switzerland it is definitely… Read More »
Nice tips from Scriptygoddess on how to make phone numbers link clickable to dial on mobile phones. <a href=”wtai://wp/mc;8015551212″> 801-555-1212 </a> It works great on LoFi mobile devices but will not work on HiFi (Smartphones) devices. On Smartphones, you want to use the tel extension: <a href=”tel:XXXXXX”>Call</a> 1 Kudos Don'tmove!
It’s easy as long as you know where to click! Compare to Photoshop CS2 it’s the same but not at the same place… First create all your slices [press K in Photoshop]. Then: 0 Kudos Don'tmove!
My “online book” have now a new chapter about the media that supports web marketing. Here are the different part from this chapter: – Social Networking – Blog – MediaCast – Games – Society Ahmet 0 Kudos Don'tmove!
Nearly one month ago, I had my public presentation of my Licence. I promised you to put it online, now it’s done. It was about structural web marketing or how using fundamentals structures from Internet and web-marketing methods to promulgate the popularity of a website for the distribution of a mobile application (FoxyTag). I will,… Read More »
This might not been a big news for you, but for me it was the first time I came across this issue. Normally my job is more to put make a website the more visible possible but this time I was asked to remove some information that is not think to be public. Okay, easy… Read More »