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Updates? What updates?

Monday, May 20 2007

Yeah exactly! Well needless to say I've been quite busy with work and other projects. But I just wrote a neat little ASP.NET script that some might find helpful. It's a W3C XHTML Validator to RSS script for automating your validation. The code is all there for anyone else to use. Enjoy!

I've also been doing a lot of work on projects related to Microsoft's new Silverlight technology.

Added two GreaseMonkey User Scripts.

Tuesday, May 24 2005

We added two new GreaseMonkey scripts to the Resources section. These scripts will remove the iframe ads on MSNBC.com and TomsHardware.com to make for easier reading. Enjoy! And let us know what you think.

When building a website, use your head.

Tuesday, Apr 26 2005

The process of building a website starts by defining all of the components. This article makes you use your noodle and defines the very basic low level components to think about when planning a website. Read on...

Fast, Good or Cheap. Pick two.

Wednesday, Apr 13 2005

The harsh realities of web development, and for that matter most projects, is that you only get to pick two out of the three. Read more...

SixSide.com redesign – Public launch

Sunday, Mar 27 2005

We just overhauled the design of the site after receiving some feedback from a focus group about the previous website design and layout. We are happy with the way it turned out, and think we will stay with this design for a while now. Let us know what you think.

This layout will officially mark the public launch of SixSide.com, you are now free to distribute the URL to friends, family, and business associates.

ASP/JavaScript/CSS Date Picker Calendar

Tuesday, Mar 1 2005

We added version 1.1 of the ASP/JavaScript Date Picker Calendar to the Resources section of the website. This is free code that you can download and use on your own website. See an example of the date picker calendar.

If you find this code useful we simply ask that you link back to the SixSide.com website.

Update: Version 1.2 added with improved layout and web standards compliance.

SixSide.com website to do list

Monday, Feb 21 2005

There is still a lot of work to be done on the site including:

  • More work on developing the CMS back end
  • Cross browser testing on OSX (Safari, Firefox, Opera)
  • Content, content, content
  • Add a portfolio section
  • Job listings section
  • Proofread site copy

SixSide.com website launches to much fanfare

Sunday, Feb 20 2005

It's here! And ahead of schedule! I am happy to report that version 1.0 of the SixSide.com website is official. Version 1.0 consists of 100% validate XHTML as the framework, 100% valid CSS as the presentation layer, and cross-browser compliant JavaScript as the behavior layer. Future versions will work towards making the site easier to update and manage with a database back end to store content.

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