As you may have noticed I’ve neglected this site in recent weeks as I’ve been incredibly busy. One of the projects I’ve been working on is a new eCard system for the World Land Trust and I’m pleased to say that it’s finally gone live.
It had a soft launch last week but is now up and running, just in time for Christmas.
Please show your support for the wonderful work that the World Land Trust do by sending an eCard and donating whatever you can. There is a wealth of information on why you should support the World Land Trust on their site, so please take the time to have a look.
If you’ve been following me on Twitter, you may have noticed me mention that I was working on a chat feature for a website run by the World Land Trust. This project has been ongoing for a while and has only recently gone live.
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When I redesigned iandevlin.com as a business-card style website, I was a bit lazy when it came to the contact form. Other than making it snazzily slide down when the @ symbol graphic is clicked on, I didn’t do much else with it, leaving it the way it was – using a CGI script to send the email (I know! Seriously!)
I always had the intention of changing it but never actually got around to doing it for various reasons that range from just not being bothered to being lazy. But after reading a form of madness over at Dive Into HTML5, I decided that the time had come to actually get on with it, and to make use some of the new elements within html5. And so I have.
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