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What can we expect from HTML 5?

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has been working to set the specifications for the new HTML 5. They have produced a document that outlines all the changes, deletions, and additions. This draft is very long and a little tiring to read, so I’ve tried

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10 WordPress Plugins Everyone Should Have

As a follow up to my earlier post on how to create your own wordpress widget, I have compiled a list of wordpress plugins that everyone should have. You don’t necessarily have to use them all the time; however, they should be installed and ready

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Discover the Power of Cron Jobs

Cron jobs are commands run by the unix program cron. The cron program takes a specific syntax and runs the command at every time interval set by the user. These are used to automate scripts of all kinds. There are a lot of uses out

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Add Our New Facebook Application

I am pleased to announce that I have created my first Facebook application for the blog. The application will show the 5 latest posts from the blog in order to keep you up to date on the latest info. The application will add a profile

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10 Most Common Church Website Features

A church website needs to offer its members and visitors a feature set that will keep them engaged and interested in knowing more about the church and its ministries. This will keep them visiting the site on a continual basis and keep members informed and

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10 Great Computer Quotes

Here is a list of, in my opinion, 10 of the best computer/programming related quotes… I thought this might bring a little fun to your day; it did mine! And the users exclaimed with a laugh and a taunt: “It’s just what we asked for

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Creating a WordPress Widget

If you are reading this post, you are familiar with a wordpress widget because you can see multiple widgets displayed in the right hand sidebar of this theme. The Archives, Recent Posts, Blogroll, and Links are all wordpress widgets. If you are asking yourself, “why