Archive for October, 2013

HTML Tagging my neighborhood

Thursday, October 31st, 2013

As part of the P2PU web design challenge, I took pictures of some things in the real world that vaguely represent ¬†HTML tags. I didn’t get all the tags that the assignment listed, but I did like some of the results. <bq> and <ul>: The words at the top of the stone look like some […]

Web 101 – text editor

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

I already own BBEdit for my main computer (and laptop). It has all the features of TextWrangler, which is by the same people, and a lot more; so there’s not attraction to TextWrangler instead. I liked the word completion from Text Mate a lot, and very likely would have picked it if I were starting […]

‘First’ web page

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

Aha! I have my wordpress update system fixed, at least enough that I can get a picture on my blog. Here’s that page that I wrote from memory. With only one scratchout, which I did before I peeked.

Roll up them sleeves

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

I have just signed up on P2PU, Peer-to-Peer University, to study web design. I’ve done some web design before, but it’s probably hopelessly out of date — at least that’s what my son, who works on the Harvard Extension School web site, says. So, I’m going to roll up my sleeves and start studying some […]