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7 Essential HTML5 Web Development Tips and Resources

HTML5, the Flash-killing web language of the future, won’t be set in stone until the W3C finalizes its specs in 2014, but it’s already been making an impact on the Web and in mobile devices for the past couple of

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Switched to WordPress Default Theme

I switched this blog to the default WordPress.org Twenty Eleven theme. Reasons include: 1. I want to update this blog more often. 2. I developed ill will toward the old design. 3. I want to learn how to expand and

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International Institute of New England Launches New Website

The International Institute of New England is a Boston-based nonprofit helping refugees and immigrants become active participants in the social, political, and economic richness of American life. (In addition to Boston, they work on Lowell, MA and Manchester, NH—hence the

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How to Move a WordPress Install to your Website Root from a Subdirectory

Last night, I had to move a WordPress blog from a sub-folder to the website root. It was incredibly easy, in theory: 1. Before doing anything else, I changed both the website address (URI) and WordPress blog address under the

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Highlow Project Depicts Vermont At-Risk Youth in Transition

“Photographer Ned Castle collaborated with youth living in difficult circumstances across Vermont to re-enact high and low moments from their lives. The resulting large-scale photographs depict elaborate re-creations of these situations. Audio narrations by the participants provide context for the

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Identity Theory Featured in Vermont Alt-Weekly

Margot Harrison wrote a nice article about my work at Identity Theory in this week’s Seven Days (that’s the alt weekly here in Vermont, for those of you outsiders). The conclusion? “With content ranging from John Cusack‚Äôs views of torture

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New WordPress Theme Coming Soon

I hope to finally get a custom look going for this site within the next week or two, despite being swamped with other web work this month. The plan is to create a WordPress “child theme” based on an open-source

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Digital Media Strategy and Design Links of the Day: August 3rd

“Mastering CSS, Part 1: Styling Design Elements” at Smashing Magazine “20 Kick-Ass WordPress Theme Frameworks For Rapid Theme Development” at Codefusion Lab (which ironically is hosted on Blogspot) “15 Killer Hacks for WordPress that Are Extremely Useful” at wpbeginner And

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"Still Untitled" is the blog of Matt Borondy, a Las Vegas-based web developer who edits the online lit/culture magazine Identity Theory and helps organizations (mostly nonprofits) lead better digital lives.

To catch up with him and/or request his web consulting services, email matt@borondy.com.