Archive for September, 2008

Monday, September 22nd, 2008

“Website Optimization”

There are a number of different ways that the word “optimise” can be used in connection with web pages and this book manages to discuss all of them. The book itself is broken up into two main parts, the first dealing with optimising in connection with getting your web pages found, and the second dealing […]

Sunday, September 21st, 2008


Because I have had a tendency to start new additions to my online presence to celebrate anniversaries of when I started creating the Ask Felgall web site there are a number of anniversaries to celebrate today. Today is: The eight anniversary of “Ask Felgall” the seventh anniversary of my “Behind the Scenes” newsletter and the […]

Sunday, September 14th, 2008

FTPing the Most Recent Changes

Keeping track of the files that you have changed that are ready to be uploaded to your web site is not difficult. All you need to do is to sort the list displayed in your FTP program into order based on when each file was last updated. By ordering them so that the last updates […]

Monday, September 8th, 2008

Google Chrome

Plenty of hype everywhere I look the last few days about a new browser that Google is developing which they call Chrome. The browser is only at the first beta stage at the moment which puts it a lot further from final release that IE8 (which reached second beta a few weeks ago). The hype […]

Monday, September 1st, 2008


This huge book on XSLT is both an excellent introduction for those who haven’t used XSLT before as well as an excellent reference for the more experienced users. Read my review of “XSLT“.