Assuming testing is required, the following results were found.

Cross-browser testing
Some nasty surprises await those who don't test a website design in multiple browsers. It's not enough to just make sure your site 'looks Ok' in Firefox and Internet Explorer; the recent explosion of tablet devices means that design flaws will be...
Testing tablet website layouts without an iPad
In theory, websites 'should' be tested in multiple browsers across multiple operating systems; in practice, it's not usually feasible to have one of every device and device type available, so your testing options are limited. Fortunately, the desktop...
Open Source
You shouldn't be using open source software because it's cheaper (although it is), you should be using it because of its features and flexibility and the fact that it doesn't lock you in to restrictive license agreements.
Strange characters just need the right font
One of the great benefits of the internet is its ubiquity. People and organisations from anywhere in the world can not only find but publish content; contributing to the sum of information available to all of us. Even if it's just a blog... Just as not...
Adventures in synchronisation volume 3 - Files and Stuff
Having established an ownCloud synchronisation framework to share my contacts and calendar between devices, it makes sense to see what other things I can do with it.
Let me at that HTML
Although WYSIWYG [1] web page editors make it much easier for the general user to create and maintain web content, there are times when I just want to be able to create and edit some HTML directly. The simplest option, using a word processing...
3D content for web pages
The technology options for displaying 3D content in web pages have evolved over the years with a number of different formats attaining at least temporary popularity but with variable levels of support and maintenance. Here I mean projecting 3D content...
Debugging Style Sheets with Firefox
Cascading style sheets are an important part of website design but when something is not quite right, it can be tricky to establish exactly what's wrong and where to fix it. The Inspect Element tool in the Firefox browser can help.
Backup or move your Joomla site
Backups are a Good Thing, but making a usable backup of a database driven content (such as a Joomla site) is a bit tricky. You need a consistent copy of to both the source files and database tables - fortunately there are extensions that can help.
Reporting Bugs
In theory, the point of reporting a bug is to get it fixed, or at least to help. Too often I see (and receive) bug reports that are almost useless. Writing a good bug report isn't hard, it just takes a little discipline, which can be assisted by a good...
A Taxonomy of Loss
The widespread commercial use of the internet has led to an increasing focus on systems security. Media driven hype and a lack of independent information can make the true level of threat to an organization difficult to determine. Adopting a structured...
Data crunching
There are a few fairly common situations where organisations might require additional data processing systems and/or services. Custom reporting databases Sometimes even the best enterprise system doesn't quite meet your needs. You might need a special...

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