Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Blurred Lines Between CSS3 and JavaScript/JQuery

CSS3 seems to have so many features.  Media queries are a great way to implement responsive web designs through breakpoints.  JQuery has ways of implementing breakpoints as well.  A quick google search shows that Breakpoint.js is do custom things depending

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Coding Languages in Freelance Web Development

This post is more of a call for discussion as opposed to what I have been doing lately or my thoughts on something.  I am going through javascript and PHP right now.  I am really enjoying learning these languages.  I

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Flexbox and Multicolumn Layouts

So before this week I have been using floats and clears to create layouts for my websites.  It has done the job, along with making sure I only use percents with my widths.  This has done the job, but plenty

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Update! Hot fresh update!

Hey guys.  I thought I would update you on why there will not be a podcast this week and probably next week.  I ran out of room on my free Soundcloud account.  So I have decided to wait until I

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MdownT Podcast #5

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Get Started Coding!

It does not matter whether you are young, old, geek, jock, familiar or not familiar with coding, there have never been so many ways to learn how to code!  While I am no expert by ANY means, I have taught

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