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The Use of < and > in Web Design

When it comes to programming, the less than (<) and greater than (>) seems to have about the same number of meanings as the word ‘break’. I’m not sure if …

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How Textpattern Handles Widowed Words in Article Titles

Web design trends come and go as technology and user habits evolve. I remember the advent of WAP in the 90s, and some organisations scrambled to create WAP-friendly websites. Later …

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Ten Textpattern Tips, #10: Lose the Textpattern Yellow

Textpattern CMS has a fondness for yellow. By this I mean the colour, not a slang term for street narcotics or cowardly people. In recent times, the abundance of yellow …

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