I am grateful for the contributions of all who have provided me with the knowledge and building blocks to implement this site. If you feel that there is a contribution that I should acknowledge, please leave a message via the contact form and it will receive due consideration.
These are the square barcodes often seen as links to Apps. They are far and away more powerful than that. For instance:
Every so often one stumbles upon something really valuable. This site contains a wealth of information on many site development issues. I have not yet read them all but those that I have read have provided clear concise information in sufficient detail to be implemented. A very useful resource indeed. thesitewizard.com
The Dynamic Drive CSS Layouts- Liquid Layouts site provides simple to understand examples showing how to mix fixed and fluid divs to a web site. They work with minimal markup and can be readily modified to cover just about any situation. Excellent. Thank you.
The need to implement a collapsing horizontal menu using an unordered list with minimal additional markup brought me to the jdMenu site. The opening paragraph on the site states: The jdMenu plugin for jQuery provides a clean, simple and elegant solution for creating hierarchical drop down menus for websites to web applications. My experience with this menu supports this claim and the menus appearing in this site are based on the fine work of Jonathan Sharp.
The forms on this site using Captcha security which is provided by CaptchaSecurityImages.php Author: Simon Jarvis. More details may be found at white-hat-web-design.co.uk
The modal pop up windows used in the eCommerce site use code from a tutorial at Queness
In the second half of 2008, I attended the Certificate iv Web Design course at Hornsby TAFE. Then in 2009, I completed the Web Development Diploma at the same college. My thanks go to all those who made that experience both satisfying and worth while.
More details may be found at Tafe Hornsby (Information Technology)