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June 6, 2008. This entry is part of a series showing off the new features in Tense Code 3.0. Tense Code is a content management system that makes creating and updating web sites much easier. Tense Code 3.0 is in the middle of an extensive private beta test, and I hope to make a public beta version available later this month. This is a huge update and I’m really excited about it, so I thought I’d start… Read more »

April 10, 2008. First off, let me preface this by saying that I don’t recommend sending just any web page by email. In general, email clients are much picker than web browsers and can vary quite a bit in how HTML is displayed. If simply sending a link will suffice, I’d recommend it. Otherwise you’ll want to use a page that was specifically designed and tested for emailing. If you’re sending out bulk email,… Read more »

April 26, 2007. Above: the Tense Log crop tool, a new feature in version 2.1 This is a pretty big update to Tense Log! Perhaps the most exciting change is the greatly improved setup process and increased compatibility. Installation (or upgrading) is now as simple as uploading the files and then opening the site in your browser. A series of pages walks you through the process and even fills in most of the… Read more »

April 24, 2007. A List Apart is starting an annual web design survey this year, to learn more about web professionals. I’m looking forward to hearing the results! Read more »