Samples

This page contains a random sampling of items that I can add to a website. It contains flash, javascript, php, and other applications. The list is ongoing and I will be adding to it regularly. All items open up in a serapate frame. To exit them just click the close box or simply click outside the frame

Custom Video Player

Custom video players can be handy if someone wishes to avoid YouTube and host their video files locally.

Elements used: JW player, custom video encoding, and HTML coding.

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Virtual Tour

Virtual tours are perfect for real estate listings, restaurants and bars, attractions, museums, and much more.

Elements used: JavaScript, Flash, Panoweaver, Tourweaver, Photography, and HTML coding.

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Custom PHP Image Gallery

A PHP image gallery that creates thumbnails automatically and randomized the images upon every load. Can be be custom taylored for any needs.

Elements used: PHP, CSS, and HTML coding.

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Emagazine

Much like reading a real magazine, an emagazine mimics looks and functions like the real thing.

Elements used: Flash and actionScript.

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From the Blog!

Why validate your website

valid html

An important step in creating a website is to make sure you are writing valid code. When you take the time to write valid code, you ensure your website will function properly for anyone who may visit. A great way to check if your website code is proper, is to validate.

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Multiple domain names can damage SEO

Multiple Domain names

I have seen on many occasions over my years of website development, clients who insist on purchasing multiple domain names in the hopes that their website will appear in search engines more often.

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Flash can be bad for your website

Flash does has its purposes in the web development world. It allows a whole level of interactivity for web viewers than basic html and css. When used correctly, it can spice up a website and make it more appealing. But when used incorrectly....

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Valid XHTML 1.0 Strict   Valid CSS!