Tag: html

  • Choosing a documentation solution

    For a while I have been using Microsoft Word to author user guides and to be fair this has been a good solution up until now. Since beginning work on Rotorz Tile System there have been a number of product updates which have required multiple updates of the user documentation. Despite using style presets the process of maintaining consistent formatting and updating illustrations is extremely time consuming. I also feel that there is a need for a web based version of the documentation to make it easier for people to find their way around.

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  • Improve consistency of button element across browsers

    The button element can be styled easily for the desired look, however as soon as padding is specified the button appearance is drastically different across web browsers. So I did some searching and found several different fixes and found that a combination of all of them does the trick (mostly).

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  • Redesign of "My Art Gallery"

    My Art Gallery (http://my-art-gallery.co.uk/) is my fathers online art gallery which features most of his artwork. The website also includes a variety of downloads including backgrounds, 3D models, textures, etc. which people can use in their own artwork. I originally created this website in 2006 using ASP.NET in conjunction with a MS-SQL database which has served well for 4 years.

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