I'm a webmaster working in the UK and Spain as a developer and webmaster (I also create sites). I have over 16 years of industry experience configuring and maintaining ecommerce sites and blogs. On this site you'll find my blog offering tips and thoughts on subjects related to the services I offer such as online trust, identity and security. You'll also find information about products that I use and recommend along with some that I don't! I offer a number of off-the-shelf services such as program installation, website maintenance and one-to-one classes via Skype. Continue reading 'Web Development for Small Business'
May 2, 2013
September 7, 2011
I've built a number of sites in Spanish and a few (including this one) in two languages. There are a number of issues to consider when planning multi-language sites such as will each page be translated manually or by machine? How will the language be switched? In her 2011 presentation Shannon Smith ... Continue reading 'Building Multi-Language Websites in WordPress'
September 4, 2011
I've been looking for some basic WordPress tutorials that I could reccomend to clients who are new to WordPress. Here is a series I liked from ithemes.com. Of course you can find many more over at YouTube or for more advanced ... Continue reading 'Getting Started with WordPress: Video Tutorials'
March 3, 2011
If you use Chrome Developer (11.0.686.1) you will be used to some odd crashes and problems with Flash videos. This version however has caused considerable problems in both Windows 7 and XP. I initially thought that the problem might have been due to the new graphics acceleration that has caused others some ... Continue reading 'Chrome Dev Crash Loop'
October 16, 2010
One of the Kindle's surprising features is that is can read books to you. Although the quality of the two voices is very good the only accents available are currently American. Continue reading 'The Kindle 3′s Text To Speech: Male and Female'
October 3, 2010
Since I received my new Kindle 3 I've been playing with its web browser, which although very good at displaying web pages, has many limitations. One of which is that only a very few file types can be saved. HTML is not one of them so I went looking for a way to download a web page as an ebook. Continue reading 'How to Save Web Pages Directly to Your Kindle'