Posts Categorised: Information

Learn about Hex colours and hex color codes

All about HEX


I’ve been working in photoshop and on the web for years, and I’ll hold my hand up in admitting that I never really knew how hex colour codes worked. If you don’t work on the web then you maybe wondering that hex colours are? Well when you are looking at the source for pages around… Continue Reading +

Font sizing with REM using LESS or SCSS

Make Font Sizing with REM easy with SCSS or LESS


Before you start worrying, this isn’t going to be a huge blog post about the best methods for sizing text for the web….there’s already plenty of those around! I also realise that there’s been plenty of debate around which font unit is best, but in all honesty I don’t care about that. I’ve tried using… Continue Reading +

Reverse date order of Wordpress posts

Thing I learnt while making


It’s probably quite obvious about how busy I’ve been recently when you consider it’s taken me well over two months to get the time to write up this blog post on a little side project I launched way back at the start of April called The concept behind the site is a simple one…. Continue Reading +

Email Obfuscation Guide

How to Obfuscate Email Addresses


One of the most common things I see on so many websites that screams ‘bad practice’ and infuriates the hell out of me is email addresses without any form of Obfuscation. Firstly I’d ask the question, does it have to be an email, as when it comes to providing a spam-free and easy way for… Continue Reading +

Liam Jay and Rod Love - Tour of Wessex

Tour of Wessex 2011 – Conclusion


As anyone who has read my previous post will know, last weekend myself and 2 others attempted to complete all 3 stages of the tour of Wessex and despite one member pulling out after the first day with an injury I’m please to announce that the rest of us struggled on and made it over… Continue Reading +

Cheddar gorge

The Tour of Wessex


On the 28th – 30th May 2011 Myself (Liam Jay), Joel Campbell and Rod Love will be taking part in a challenging cycling event called the Tour of Wessex, which covers 329 miles in 3 days. As if a one-day ride was just not enough of a challenge, the three-day Tour of Wessex offers the… Continue Reading +