Browser Updates

– Posted in: HTML5, Security, Updates, Web Design

Do you frequently check for updates to your favorite browsers? It is very important to me as a web designer to I stay on top of browser updates because I have to build web pages to accommodate the top browsers out there. With security leaks always an issue, and then HTML5 and CSS3 working its [...]


– Posted in: Software, Web Design

Many who know me, know that I do all my web designs with straight code. Many would call me a “coder” although I think that is a bit extreme. I started web designing back with Netscape Navigator had a WYSIWYG editor called Composer. You would drag and drop images into place and the program would [...]

How to Activate Verizon DSL for Linux

– Posted in: Software

My family is a two Operating System family… I use Windows XP & he uses Linux. With this said, my husband recently built a Linux box for his father and went to set it up for him. I, in turn, called up Verizon to set up DSL for him. I specifically asked Verizon if they [...]

FlashPaper 2.0

– Posted in: Software, Web Design

Well, I finally took the time to “re-install” my Macromedia FlashPaper 2.0… After all the work I took to uninstall Flash and all it’s bits, I had hoped that I would be able to reinstall my program. The first thing I did BEFORE this reinstall was to set a new restore point. Sometimes having a [...]

Dealing with Flash Problems

– Posted in: Software

I have several programs that I use with my business that helps to create various flash objects. A couple months ago I began experiencing problems with one of my programs, Macromedia FlashPaper. It first started when my browser told me that a new version of flash was available. Like a good robot, I updated without [...]