April 10, 2007. Today I’m launching a new site for Tense Code, now at its own domain name, tensecode.com. The site has been given a face lift that offers new information presented in a clearer way. I’ve also added the first sneak peek of the store component, which will be available later this year. The best part is I’m starting a new service where you can create your own site free on tensecode.net. For now it’s… Read more »

April 5, 2007. [ The above image is what the site looked like when this entry was posted! ] It sounds a little creepy, but it’s not, I promise. On CSS Naked Day, web designers around the world strip the CSS—or cascading style sheets—from their sites to help others understand web standards. By using HTML and CSS properly, you can create a site that separates layout and content. By removing a single file,… Read more »

March 23, 2007. If you’re subscribed to this site in your RSS reader, make sure you check out the new list of feeds. If you’re not subscribed to this site or don’t even have an RSS reader, take a look anyway to find out what you’re missing! Since the entire site runs on Tense Code, that means you’ll find an RSS feed for every section of the site. I imagine the most popular will be the feed for my software… Read more »

March 21, 2007. There are several things here and there that still need fixing up and adjusting, but please take a look around and let me know what you think! Is it easy to find what you’re looking for? Anything you like less (or more) than the old site? I’ll be posting more soon about the new design and the thought that went into creating it. Read more »

January 31, 2007. Geek Week got a big update this week, with a bunch of new blogs and a news section. We came up with a design that looks great and didn’t require too many changes to the existing design. I really like the feature that displays the latest update from each blog—which was made easy since the entire site is built on Tense Log. Speaking of Tense Log, I’ve got a big update coming soon that greatly… Read more »

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