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WordPress 3.1 is released

WordPress 3.1 has been released and is named Reinhardt after legendary jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt. Some of the notable new features include: New Site Admin bar – a new admin bar has…

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Bath openMIC #4 – Mobile Web, HTML5 and CSS3

Yesterday, I attended the Open Mobile Innovation Camp at the innovation centre in Bath. The event was hosted by Chris Book and had talks from Giles Turnball (Freelance Journalist), Bruce…

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E3 relaunch National Curriculum website

Next year sees the launch of an entirely new Primary School National Curriculum. Our friends at E3 have been working with the Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency (QCDA) and the…

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Google tracking failing XHTML validation

Came across an interesting problem today, whilst creating a template for a new website, I noticed that the Google analytics tracking code was failing XHTML validation.

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Google Visualization fun

Google have recently released their Visualization API. I have spent some time looking into this API and implementing it into a project I am currently working on. For starters, this…

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Baseline CSS styling

We’re currently in the process of exploring new directions for digeratistudio.com and have been experimenting with some ideas. One particular area of research has been in vertical baseline CSS styling….

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HTML 5 – the future of web?

Wednesday evening saw the release of iPhone OS 3.0 Many iPhone users all over the world were marveling at the ability to send MMS and copy & paste! However, amidst…

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WolframAlpha

WolframAlpha is a new search service that aims to make all systematic knowledge immediately computable and accessible to everyone. I decided to put it through it’s paces and search for…

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When will people learn…….

At Digerati Studio Limited we value very highly User Centred Design. The design of a website, web application, mobile phone etc. should be centred around the user so that they…

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The growth of the mobile device

As a web developer, I am all too familiar with building sites for, as until recently, the main source for viewing websites…….the desktop computer. However, the mobile phone handset is…

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