Category Archives: Web Development

Hello, Responsive Web Design

February 11th, 2018

This blog’s customized WordPress theme is finally updated with responsive web design elements. Reading a tutorial at, Responsive Web Design Introduction, encouraged me to implement responsive web design this week. The introduction is concise and actionable for someone with previous experience using HTML and CSS. Seeing their simple implementation using HTML div tags and […]

It Looked Zope at First!

January 12th, 2010

I am still searching for tools that would allow me to do web development with Python. I was leaning toward Zope, but it looks like I will be going a different direction with WSGI. WSGI seems very lightweight or minimalist, which requires me to research template engines. Kubica’s HOWTO Use Python in the Web refers […]

Supporting Internet Explorer for Mac

March 13th, 2006

A lot of effort has been exerted lately on providing the same user experience on a web site through all web browsers. Although implementing Internet applications to target requirements of the lowest common denominator would be optimal for greater reach, like other decisions that are made where resources are scarce, the decision to continue investing […]

Hello, Ruby!

December 12th, 2005

After months of resistance, I decided to join the Ruby on Rails bandwagon and read up on Ruby at a brick and mortar bookstore. I was unable to find Programming Ruby, but I found Agile Web Development with Rails and was able to read Appendix A, which was an introduction to the Ruby programming language. […]

Development Process Illustrated

December 11th, 2005

The Website Development Process at describes an iterative product development life cycle through a presentation that is “fun to look at.” The presentation focuses on the interaction between a web design firm and a client, but the interaction can be generalized to cover all product development efforts. This is a useful resource for introducing […]