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  1. William Penns Challenge Paul Harvey

    Remember, this bandaid site is just temporary. The next version of our site will have many of the great search and filter features of the old site as well as a few exciting new super secret features!

    If you are interested in helping us upgrade the site to a new and "safe" web platform hosted with a new provider on a more secure system, please visit our GoFundMe site by clicking the button below. Even if you don't have the ablity to help financially, the GoFundMe site has links to help spread the word. Anything will help!

    —Huffduffed by kgriesinger

  2. News – Talking Full Site Editing with Matías Ventura –

    In this episode, Josepha is joined by Matías Ventura, also known as “the spark behind the vision of Gutenberg.” Josepha and Matías discuss full site editing and answer your questions, from “is full site editing a standalone plugin?” to “will full site editing break my current site?”

    —Huffduffed by nsmsn

  3. Turning a Niche Site into a Real Business (Podcast Ep6)

    Episode 6 of the NoHatDigital covers our plan to turn a niche site with nearly 10,000 visitors per month into a real business. We discuss the ways to monetize a niche site including moving from an Adsense site to collecting leads and then onto a real business that could sustain paid traffic. Listen on Stitcher Listen […]

    The post Turning a Niche Site into a Real Business (Podcast Ep6) appeared first on

    —Huffduffed by slechno

  4. Why Web Site Load Times Suck

    Podcast talking about how the growth of mobile devices, bloated graphics, videos and applications, and slow carrier networks are all contributing to increased web site load times and why , if your site isn't loading in 7 seconds or less, you're potentially losing readers, customers and revenue.

    —Huffduffed by tkadlec

  5. 262: CSS Grid - ShopTalk

    I disagree; websites should look the same with the same size viewport regardless of browser.

    Stating the contrary sounds like the developer is just being lazy.

    That would be like saying “it’s ok if our logo has completely different colors on a printed ad vs our product packaging”, which seems nuts to me.

    Screen size should make a difference, but not the browser.

    On a phone a site would look different than a desktop/laptop, which may look different from a tablet, or even a small size browser window on the desktop … and even then, only because they have a different amount of real estate to work with.

    But on the same size viewport, it should look the same regardless of browser.


    People learn what a site looks like, but if they use a different browser (same size), and suddenly the site looks different, that sets off warning bells.

    “Did they change something?”, “Am I in the wrong place?”, “Is some sort of man-in-the-middle attack happening?”, “Is the site is messed up on this computer?”, etc.

    People do expect something different when they look at the same site on different sized devices because we’ve trained them to expect that, but not when they use Chrome, then view the same site with Firefox.

    —Huffduffed by bigolewannabe

  6. Multiplying by Multi-Site | Acts 29 Network

    Multiplying by Mulit-Site

    Doug Swagerty Aug 30, 2006 Series: 2006 San Diego Boot Camp

    Acts 29 San Diego Boot Camp Main Session #8: Multiplying by Multi-Site (PowerPoint)

    Doug Swagerty | Pastor of Harbor Presbyterian Church a multi-site church | San Diego, CA

    —Huffduffed by adamstahr

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