Uncommon Semantic HTML Tags
16 Apr 2019 | web-development
I’ve been using HTML for a while now to build websites but every now and then, I learn something new about the language. There are a lot of different tags in HTML, some provide the structure of the page while others provide the meaning to it. With HTML5, there’s some new semantic markup that I learned and want to share in this post.
Planning My PC Upgrade
12 Mar 2019 | rants
One thing I disliked about Windows is that the system tends to become slower over time. I looked up ways to speed up the performance of my PC but they involved disabling features to free up resources. But as softwares update, they eventually use up those resources anyway. Back in high school, I had an old Windows XP machine with 2GB of RAM that could run Firefox, a video game, and Yahoo Messenger with no noticeable lag. Now, Firefox alone can use up 2GB of RAM easily with just some tabs open. My friend and I built this PC several years back so I thought maybe it’s time to upgrade.
Wix, a Platform Full of Problems
03 Feb 2019 | web-development
Maybe you’ve heard of Wix, it’s a popular drag and drop site builder. I had a client recently who purchased the hosting and domain name from Wix for his nonprofit site. He contacted me to help him design the site. Initially, I was hesitant about the project since it involved Wix. I have not worked extensively with Wix but I’ve heard negative things about the platform. However, I thought to myself that maybe I could learn something new from this project so I took him on the offer.
03 Jan 2019 | programming
Taking Programming Notes with Github
13 Dec 2018 | programming
I used to take programming notes with pen and paper. It was helpful in the beginning because it forced me to focus on the code so I can write it down. The drawback is that it’s really slow and sometimes the code can go over several pages. Trust me, flipping through pages of code is not fun.