More information is better information.
Let there be user interaction!
Use the Craft admin to update your CSP when needed.
Responsive Background Images that Support Optional Use of 'Advanced Image Formats'
A year in review - There's no time like the the new year to pass along our thanks and appreciation to all of our clients and share some of the projects we worked on this year.
By the Numbers...
2017 was a banner year for Blue Coast. We wanted to pass along our thanks and appreciation to all of our clients and share some of the projects we worked on this year.
Images account for approximately 56% of the average web page total size. Lets walk through a quick and easy method for reducing transparent PNG files by up to 75% or more.
Before making a buying decision, people review the websites of various companies they’re considering. That’s the world we live in. One or two may catch their eye. One might be so compelling that it seals the deal.
The release of Wordpress 3.8 gave us a bright shiny new admin which included the updated log-in screen shown here. The problem is, if you're like us, you like to customize the log-in screen for your clients with their logo. Once you upgrade to 3.8, that nice logo will be be squeezed down to 80px by 80px because of changes to wp-admin.css.
Apple released it's latest desktop and server operating system in July 2012 called OSX Mountain Lion. Apple has never made it easy to include a complex HTML email signature, especially ones that include a remote image, such as your company logo or your big smiley mug shot.
Dropbox over the years has been an indispensable tool in not only my web design/developer super-hero tool belt, but also in my off-time. If you haven't heard of Dropbox, or are new to it, we'll show you how this tool from the Internet Gods will "handy-fy" your workflow.
Apple released it's desktop and server operating system in July 2011 called OSX Lion. With this new release came a new version 5 of the native email client, Mail.app, which was heavily influenced by it's little brother on the iPad.
We're all pretty familiar with the Favicon... that little 16x16 pixel site-specifc image that shows up in your browser or tab title. They're useful when scanning a large number of open tabs to recognize sites, and are an easy way to promote your brand's experience when a user visits the site.
The whole point of using ExpressionEngine, or any CMS, is to let the client edit their content. It's great to use something like Structure to comb out the editable stuff from the technical gibberish for non-tech-savvy clients. But the "default" use case of EE allows you to place all types of files that make a website run into an editable form.
Microsoft released it's latest office suite in September of 2010, which in my opinion is a huge leap forward in terms of usability and responsiveness from earlier versions available for the Mac. Included in the office suite is Outlook 2011, a step up from the monstrosity known as Entourage, which was a watered down attempt at bringing Outlook to the Mac since OS9.