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  • We are looking for a senior web developer - Active Webdezign
    The Role of Senior web developer Working independently on the projects that are assigned to you Managing and executing the development phase Communicating with our clients on finding the best solution implementation for a requirement Coding Testing and assuring high quality output Troubleshooting technical issues Personal Skills Attributes Mature and independent A focus on quality and attention to detail Excellent communicator both oral and written Motivated and self driven Interest in new technologies and how they can be applied to projects senior web developer Your Core Skills University graduate in Computer Science 2 1 or above or related qualification with a significant degree of programming content Min 3 years non professional web development experience Strong Object Oriented PHP skills Strong understanding of HTML CSS and Javascript Strong knowledge of WordPress template creation and customisation Knowledge of MVC based framework Knowledge of using MySql Knowledge of using version control Git Good knowledge of API integration Google Maps API Paypal API Your Extra Bonuses Familiarity of e commerce software Magento DigiSHOP Strong knowledge of jQuery Mobile phone application development PhoneGap Objective C Tritium Good knowledge of Facebook application development and page creation Server administration skills LAMP stack Git backups Knowledge of Yii framework Managing and client relation skills General business sense Feeling for UI UX designs Ability to create excellent wireframes prototypes out of vague client s ideas Good understanding of best practices in web usability Is This Role For You If you are enthusiastic about the work you do have a can do approach to challenging situations are interested in the well being and eco system of the business you will love the openness and freedom you receive with this role Salary Your salary will range from 23 25k depending on your experience There will also be a probation knowledge transfer

    Original URL path: https://www.webdezign.co.uk/news/we-are-looking-for-a-senior-web-developer/?replytocom=1935 (2016-04-24)
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  • We are looking for a senior web developer - Active Webdezign
    story The Role of Senior web developer Working independently on the projects that are assigned to you Managing and executing the development phase Communicating with our clients on finding the best solution implementation for a requirement Coding Testing and assuring high quality output Troubleshooting technical issues Personal Skills Attributes Mature and independent A focus on quality and attention to detail Excellent communicator both oral and written Motivated and self driven Interest in new technologies and how they can be applied to projects senior web developer Your Core Skills University graduate in Computer Science 2 1 or above or related qualification with a significant degree of programming content Min 3 years non professional web development experience Strong Object Oriented PHP skills Strong understanding of HTML CSS and Javascript Strong knowledge of WordPress template creation and customisation Knowledge of MVC based framework Knowledge of using MySql Knowledge of using version control Git Good knowledge of API integration Google Maps API Paypal API Your Extra Bonuses Familiarity of e commerce software Magento DigiSHOP Strong knowledge of jQuery Mobile phone application development PhoneGap Objective C Tritium Good knowledge of Facebook application development and page creation Server administration skills LAMP stack Git backups Knowledge of Yii framework Managing and client relation skills General business sense Feeling for UI UX designs Ability to create excellent wireframes prototypes out of vague client s ideas Good understanding of best practices in web usability Is This Role For You If you are enthusiastic about the work you do have a can do approach to challenging situations are interested in the well being and eco system of the business you will love the openness and freedom you receive with this role Salary Your salary will range from 23 25k depending on your experience There will also be a probation knowledge

    Original URL path: https://www.webdezign.co.uk/news/we-are-looking-for-a-senior-web-developer/?replytocom=1973 (2016-04-24)
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  • How to fix position:absolute disappearing in ie - Active Webdezign
    markup happy with how everything looks until I start testing in IE Both 2 and 3 are completely missing Turns out this is caused by a bug in IE that hides any element position ed absolute ly if it s coded directly before or after a floated element Because that makes perfect sense But to give you even more of a headache that doesn t necessarily trigger the event you need another variable to make it go poof The time it takes to load your content files and rendering of your page I know it s mad Anyway we now know what is happening IE is behaving just like IE wants again Luckily there are a few ways of fixing this How to fix position absolute disappearing in ie Remove the float on 3 Absolutely right that does solve the problem but unfortunately in my case created another 2 problems so let s try something else Can t you add a static span or div in between I can t believe you just suggested I clutter my markup like that Next I figured it out add a clear both on 4 Brilliant it s back but what about 2 it s still missing I give up screw you IE I don t blame you I felt the same way until I found this display expression style display block 0 Apply it to both 2 and 4 and you are off If you like me try to keep your CSS as clean as possible apply it to an IE conditional CSS file If you have any other ways of doing this that might be cleaner please leave a comment I d love to hear about it Maybe you just feel like saying thanks or still have problems after this I have

    Original URL path: https://www.webdezign.co.uk/useful-guides/how-to-fix-positionabsolute-disappearing-in-ie/?replytocom=666 (2016-04-24)
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  • Setting up an email account on your iPhone - Active Webdezign
    Next post Get a free Quote a cup of Coffee Previous post Setting up an email account on your iPhone Posted on July 8 2011 by Webdezign Estimated reading time 0 minutes 31 seconds If you have any problems to setup your email account on your iPhone or iPad have a look at this article Go to the settings 1 Choose Mail Contacts Calender 2 Choose Add Account 3 A configuration wizard is prepared for Microsoft Exchange mobileMe Google Mail Yahoo and Aol If you have one of these providers follow the instructions to configure your email account If you have an other provider click on Other 4 Click on Add Mail Account 5 Insert your name email address your email password 6 Configure your Incoming Mail Server 7 and Outgoing Mail Server 8 You get the information from your email provider We hope this article helped you Useful guides Twitter Facebook Google Reddit Digg Email mitaken says September 15 2011 at 2 11 pm 実際に役立つよう よろしくお願いいたします Reply Leave a Reply to mitaken Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Categories By the water cooler Design Development eCommerce News Useful guides Popular Posts Free

    Original URL path: https://www.webdezign.co.uk/useful-guides/setting-up-an-email-account-on-your-iphone/?replytocom=668 (2016-04-24)
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  • 20 free fonts, not the usual suspects - Active Webdezign
    2010 by Peter Estimated reading time 0 minutes 55 seconds There is a myriad of great free fonts out there we ve all heard of League Gothic and Museo but I wanted to list a few fonts that you may have missed Wrinkly postits old and new bookmarks transfered into one neat little post I tried to only showcase one font from each resource so hopefully you will at the very least by reading this post find a few new places to browse for new fonts Please note that some of these fonts are completely free to use for both commercial and personal projects and some are ONLY free to use in personal projects be sure to double check the instructions on each site Advent Alt Lautus Arvo Days Franchise Geomancy Gota Kilogram Kontrapunkt Memoria Regular Mod Gothic no longer available Nevis Roke1984 Rough draft no longer available Sega Serif Beta Silkscreen Slimbo Tenderness Vador no longer available Do you have any favourite fonts that you think people may have missed Or are you simply awestruck at how someone could have come up with a type like enter url Please share your thoughts in the comments Design Twitter Facebook Google Reddit Digg Email Alison Harper says December 24 2010 at 6 38 am Great font for web designers i love the all above fonts will keep using Reply Karl Foxley says September 25 2011 at 4 26 pm I love finding new fonts to play with Rough Draft looks perfect for a project I m currently working on I typically get my fonts from Da Font com but you ve shared some additional places I will certainly be adding to the good old fonts bookmarks folder Thanks Karl Reply Leave a Reply to Alison Harper Cancel Reply Your email address

    Original URL path: https://www.webdezign.co.uk/design/20-free-fonts-not-the-usual-suspects-4/?replytocom=68 (2016-04-24)
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  • Google looked different this morning (testing) - Active Webdezign
    to get 3 different versions of the Google homepage The first is the one I see on a day to day basis in minor varieties the second one is where we start seeing changes and the third includes the new Google logo Fig 1 Fig 2 Fig 3 Lets start with the changes in Fig 2 The first change that you can see is the search input itself a larger version with a nice drop shaddow moving away from the out of the box un styled input we have come to now The second major change is the buttons themselves at first I thought I had used Opera to view the homepage but no chance we now have styling for the buttons as well The font size has been increased to 11 pixels from 10 the colour has changed and the underline has been changed to the hover state Again the underline has changed to the hover state and the colour is different The copyright and Privacy link again have been increased in size and the link changed And taking the changes pointed out above let s look at Fig 3 Of course we have the new logo a much brighter version And in this version they have again reduced the size of the copyright and privacy link Redesign of the Google Search results After a homepage change like that how can we not have a look at what happens when you search Fig 4 is the old version and fig 5 is the new one Fig 4 Fig 5 Let s have a look at Fig 5 and see what s new Again the new Google logo The Search is followed through and here you also have an attached search button on the right Using slight gradients and borders to give the effect of a 3D button The biggest change however is the left hand menu which displays icons for earch of the sections all the time The footer got a complete revamp with the newer oooooooooooo s and gone is the bar with the light blue background I did notice that depending on if 1 you are logged into your Google account or not and 2 your Google settings it displays things more personalised in the left hand menu Redesign of the Google Image Search Now let s have a look at image search most changes we have already covered however you might like the fact that the images sorting options previously Show options are now located permanently in the left hand side menu Fig 6 Fig 7 Personally I quite like all of the changes I have seen but I fear too many tests could scare the unsure surfer Google is to a lot of people the Internet and if it does not look the same everytime it might make people nervous A B testing is all good and well but as Douglas Bowman will tell you I won t miss a design philosophy that lives or

    Original URL path: https://www.webdezign.co.uk/news/google-looked-different-this-morning/?replytocom=65 (2016-04-24)
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  • Google looked different this morning (testing) - Active Webdezign
    to get 3 different versions of the Google homepage The first is the one I see on a day to day basis in minor varieties the second one is where we start seeing changes and the third includes the new Google logo Fig 1 Fig 2 Fig 3 Lets start with the changes in Fig 2 The first change that you can see is the search input itself a larger version with a nice drop shaddow moving away from the out of the box un styled input we have come to now The second major change is the buttons themselves at first I thought I had used Opera to view the homepage but no chance we now have styling for the buttons as well The font size has been increased to 11 pixels from 10 the colour has changed and the underline has been changed to the hover state Again the underline has changed to the hover state and the colour is different The copyright and Privacy link again have been increased in size and the link changed And taking the changes pointed out above let s look at Fig 3 Of course we have the new logo a much brighter version And in this version they have again reduced the size of the copyright and privacy link Redesign of the Google Search results After a homepage change like that how can we not have a look at what happens when you search Fig 4 is the old version and fig 5 is the new one Fig 4 Fig 5 Let s have a look at Fig 5 and see what s new Again the new Google logo The Search is followed through and here you also have an attached search button on the right Using slight gradients and borders to give the effect of a 3D button The biggest change however is the left hand menu which displays icons for earch of the sections all the time The footer got a complete revamp with the newer oooooooooooo s and gone is the bar with the light blue background I did notice that depending on if 1 you are logged into your Google account or not and 2 your Google settings it displays things more personalised in the left hand menu Redesign of the Google Image Search Now let s have a look at image search most changes we have already covered however you might like the fact that the images sorting options previously Show options are now located permanently in the left hand side menu Fig 6 Fig 7 Personally I quite like all of the changes I have seen but I fear too many tests could scare the unsure surfer Google is to a lot of people the Internet and if it does not look the same everytime it might make people nervous A B testing is all good and well but as Douglas Bowman will tell you I won t miss a design philosophy that lives or

    Original URL path: https://www.webdezign.co.uk/news/google-looked-different-this-morning/?replytocom=66 (2016-04-24)
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  • Payment Systems for Ecommerce - Active Webdezign
    pay a monthly fee plus a percentage of each transaction Protx which has just been rebranded as Sage Pay for example provides a payment gateway which integrates with bank systems for a fixed monthly charge provided that you have a merchant account with one of its bank partners Sage Pay Go costs 20 for up to 1000 transactions per quarter and from 10p per transaction if you regularly processing over 1000 transactions per month SecureTrading If you want to accept online payments directly through your own website you will need what is known as an Internet merchant account This can be handled indirectly through a service such as the SecureTrading Merchant Account Service This can also arrange merchant accounts for mail order or telephone ordering if need be or directly at a bank Charges for merchant accounts vary from bank to bank and according to the type and age of your business together with other trading factors such as turnover PayPal If you feel that you do not need or do not want a merchant account with a bank PayPal may provide a simpler option You can create a PayPal account very quickly and there are no set up or cancellation fees Importantly you are not bound by a minimum number or value of transactions each month You can simply cut and paste the HTML code supplied by PayPal for the creation of a payment button into your online checkout for single item transactions Alternatively you can choose one of the many shopping carts already integrated with PayPal for multiple items Transaction fees range from 1 4 to 3 4 Google Checkout Other ecommerce systems that you wish to consider include Google Checkout which allows online shoppers to make purchases from anywhere on the Internet but provides tracking and delivery

    Original URL path: https://www.webdezign.co.uk/articles/ecommerce-payment-systems/?replytocom=1727 (2016-04-24)
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