This site got rebuilt from scratch. What used to be an abandoned WordPress-powered blog with a lot of dull entries and a heavily outdated design, is now a customized QMS website.
This implies I now have full control over the HTML output — including that of user-generated content, such as comments. Of course, I’m going all the way with this, up to the point of correct code indentation. :)
Other than that, I’m using sweet, sweet HTML5 goodness: some of the new sectioning elements —
input types such as
time elements, etc. However, developing this new site was the perfect opportunity to play around with some cutting-edge techniques that I hadn’t used for client work before.
For example, if you’re using a browser that supports the Geolocation API, you might want to visit the About page.
textarea, by adding keyboard shortcuts for commonly used markup. Try entering some text, then select it, and play around with the key combos you’d expect to work.
Even though a lot of relatively new techniques are used, such as certain CSS3 properties and
As for the content — I’ll be using the Notes section to post clever code snippets and blog about interesting web development stuff. The idea is that every entry is like a note-to-self kind of thing — but of course, I hope it’s of interest to you as well.
I hope you like the new site!
P.S. There are a few easter eggs hidden throughout the site. Kudos to those who find them all!