As a web developer, Ryan's work is what makes the magic happen. He spends most of his time creating custom websites, which involves turning the designers' visual mockups into code. It's lucky that he's such a good problem solver, because many of Ryan's projects involve working with clients to create complex custom functions. He's also one of the few developers in the country with extensive experience developing for the HubSpot CMS.
I tell you what, if there's one word that everyone loves, it's "compliance."
More and more businesses that operate online are becoming aware that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) applies to their web-based activities (especially with the rising number of lawsuits drawing the issue to public attention), and wondering what ADA website compliance involves.Read more >
Way back in 1995, Microsoft released the first iteration of Internet Explorer and blew everyone’s socks right off. Web designers and developers finally had a browser that supported CSS, and it introduced Java and applets to the world.Read more >
As developers, major version changes to a CMS are always exciting - and stressful. With major version changes, we are introduced to new functions and abilities that we may not have had in the past. However, we may also run into breaking changes. So what can we expect from WordPress 5.0?Read more >
As VIEO's lead web developer, I've worked on many website redesign projects. Our team strives to make the web design process as smooth and painless as possible and we never want a project to stall. To that end, I keep an eye out for common pitfalls that can create delays. There are four situations often at the source of any slow down - but the good news is, they're very likely within your control!Read more >
The other day, I was reading a blog post that linked to an article on another website. When I clicked the link, I was redirected to a 404 error page. Noooo! I really wanted to read that article. But when I looked at the URL of the page, I noticed that the person who wrote the initial blog post had accidentally used a tracking link.Read more >
The other day, Rob Spurlock and I were talking, and an interesting question came up: “Is the user sitemap dead?”
We talked about the weaknesses of traditional sitemaps and whether they could be adapted to today's more dynamic and complex website designs. After that conversation, I did a little research and reached a surprising conclusion—one that I want to pass on to you.Read more >