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Testing Your Websites In IE On A Mac

Everyone loves a Mac. Yup, everyone. Out of all the awesomeness of a Mac though, there’s one problem that faces developers – testing in IE. I’ve gone through several different ways of checking out your site in IE, so I’m here to tell you it can definitely be done! I’m going to break this article into three sections: on the...

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Review of The Client Machine WordPress Theme

* Disclaimer: I’m a regular writer for FreelanceFolder, but have done my best to view this theme objectively and let know you of all the pros and cons. The Client Machine is a new theme from FreelanceFolder with a ton of features meant for the beginning freelancer. It incorporates a clean and professional portfolio site design, a backend area to...

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41 Questions To Ask Before You Start A Web Project

I first met Justin Davis of Madera Labs at PodCamp Nashville back in March. His session on user experience (2nd video down) was probably the most entertaining talk I’ve ever seen at a conference. So it was with pleasure that when he announced his eBook, I was able to get(beg for) an advanced copy in order to review for you...

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Getting Starting With The iPhone SDK

This article is a general overview of making iPhone apps using the iPhone software development kit (SDK). In order to start making your own iPhone apps, you’ll need to sign up for a free Apple Developer account and download the iPhone SDK. What’s the iPhone SDK? Apple has bundled a ton of great resources into a mega 2GB download that contains help...

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20 Must Have WordPress Plugins For Every Website

I’ve reviewed several plugins before, but since I started using WordPress as the CMS for almost every site I do now, I’ve amassed some great and very essential plugins. Some of these make the user experience better, but a lot of these work in the backend to help the actual functionality of the site out. While it’s best to have as...

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Ten Essential Items Every Freelance Office Needs to Get Started

Becoming a freelancer is one of the easiest business to start, because–unlike starting a bakery, gym or other kind of business–it doesn’t require much capital to begin. Most people already have what they need to begin, but there are still some essential items you’ll need to become a freelancer that you may (or may not) have. Some of these are...

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Review of BIllings & Billings Touch. Win A Copy!

I’ve been a huge fan of Billings software ever since I won a free license back in November. I had actually been trying to find an official billing and time tracking app because Paypal invoices just weren’t cutting it in the area of professionalism, and custom invoices were taking too long to fill out. I tried and reviewed Freshbooks and...

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eCommerce Series: How Use Product Feeds To Expand Your Business

This is the first of a series of guest posts I’ve written specifically for CoreCommerce’s blog. When you first set up your store at CoreCommerce, you may wonder how to get initial traffics and sales to your store. After all if you’re a new business, potential customers who need your product don’t even know you exist. You can spend thousands of dollars...

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Contribute Fridays: Mac or PC?

Let’s have a fun one this Friday! What are you, Mac or PC? I’m such a Mac it isn’t even funny 😛

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Useful (and free!) Code Snippets

I reviewed Coda a few months ago and have been using it ever since. It’s an awesome all-in-one IDE with Transmit for FTP and great plugin support. My favorite feature of Coda is Coda Clips, a similar feature was also introduced in Dreamweaver CS4. Coda Clips allows you to store snippets of code you use frequently in an attractive window...

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