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Neuromarketing, Relaxation and Web Design

Thursday, March 24th, 2011

Research shows that the experience that a consumer has on a website can drastically affect their perception of the brand or product. Bad design really does result in more stress – and fewer sales. This is not simply a question of aesthetics, but also usability, and of understanding the purpose with which a customer has […]

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CSS 3 Star Mandala Tutorial

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

This tutorial is based on an article from css tricks showing how to create triangles with CSS3.   mandala   The basic principal is that you define a div with width: 0 and height:0, and then define three borders: two transparent borders on either side cut the third border into a sharp point (triangle), the […]

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Beginning PHP – some basic concepts

Monday, February 21st, 2011

PHP is an¬†Interpreted Server-Side Language. This means that the code is never sent to a browser. It “lives” entirely on the server. The server reads through any PHP that it encounters in a document, and works out what the result should be. A document containing PHP is normally has the extension¬†.php, however it is possible […]

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