Back in February 2019, I wrote a post and did a video explaining how I migrated from my Wordpress site to a static site and the reasons behind that decision. The video showed the Google Lighthouse results and recommendations and I explained what I planned to do with those results.
I have made some modifications to the site in response to that feedback and I wanted to show you the new Lighthouse results.
Here are the overall results that Lighthouse gave me from the static site that was generated from my Wordpress admin site.
I am continually trying to improve my coding skills and learn new techniques and methodologies. Part of that is to also keep abreast of new languages. I have been closely watching the rise of Vue.js and decided I wanted to learn it. So I started researching.
I looked at many different sources to get learning material and there are plenty. But it seemed like they all just explained how to do specific aspects of the language. I wanted to learn how to create a full application that was meaningful and applicable to real world. But I couldn’t find anywhere that gave me what I wanted. So I decided to create it myself.
One common question asked by clients when we planning a web site is “How can I place higher on Google than my competitors”. I will detail five easy ways to improve your web site design and improve your position in results on search engines.
Today I wanted to have a quick chat to you about some changes that I’ve made on my site. The reason that I made these changes is a bit of an experiment. I wanted to see if making my web site faster would make much of a difference to my search engine ranking and general search engine results.
The fact that AI can product such realistic human likeness is re-“Markle”-able. That picture is not a real person. It was created by a computer program.
I thought I would share with you a project that I did earlier in the year. It was a project that I was for an electronic Easter Egg hunt. So what I thought I would do is instead of using paper clues, I would do it electronically. The kids would have a tablet and on that tablet would be a web page which gives a graphical clue with a pretty background image and some clue text over the top of it. Click here to find out how I did it and the code I wrote to make it work. Your kids will love you for it.
GitHub has announced unlimited private repositories and major changes to their Enterprise source control offerings. All developers should take notice and judge whether their existing source control solutions can compete with GitHub.
Every year, we seek out a not-for-profit organisation and offer them help with their web site. At absolutely no cost. The only criteria is that the organisation be a not for profit. Any industry, any number of staff. It doesn’t matter. Please pass this on to other people who you feel might be in need of some much needed expert help with their web site.