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Refresh

As frequent visitors to this site may have noticed, I have recently refreshed this site’s design, and whilst it is still nothing fancy (for I am no designer!), it maintains its minimalistic approach and focus on content but hopefully should be a little faster.

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Top Ten Most Read Blog Posts of 2010

With the end of 2010 nigh, I thought I’d use Google Analytics to inform me of my top ten most read blog posts, based on the number of visits they received (I assume they were read, who knows really!).

It’s more of a personal interest thing, but thought I’d share it all the same. Happy New Year to you all!

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Neglect

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What with my blog entries on PC Pro and my recent holiday, I appear to be neglecting this blog.

Fear not, I do not intend on continuing this trend!

Whilst I will of course continue to post over at PC Pro, and linking the articles there from here, I will be returning to blogging here as well on the usual web development topics, and hopefully, finally, some historical ones.

Now there’s also HTML5 Laboratory to find the time to experiment on…

The top 10 HTML5 sites dissected

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My second blog post over on PC Pro is up. The top 10 HTML5 sites dissected where I take 10 HTML5 websites and briefly talk about what HTML5 elements, attributes and items each of them use.

As before, feel free to let me know what you think, either in this blog or over at PC Pro.

Adding video to your website with HTML5

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My first blog post over on PC Pro is up. All about adding video to your website with HTML5.

Let me know what you think, either in this blog or over at PC Pro.

PC Pro and HTML5 blogging

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I’m pleased to announce that I have been asked to contribute to the PC Pro blogs area on the topic of HTML5.

I am quite excited by this opportunity and am looking forward to writing my first blog article. I will, of course, keep you posted.

This will be in addition to running this blog and HTML5 Laboratory.