Category Archives: Markup

What is a Programming Language?

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As you can probably tell, I’ve been out of the loop for a while. I haven’t been feeling up to doing much in the past few weeks other than work and some gaming. This is an article I’ve been meaning to get to for some time: actual discussion of programming languages. This website is a […]

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HTML5 Game Basics

My First HTML5 Game

HTML5 has been around for a little while now, and since then there’s been a surge in the development of HTML5-based games. There’s even an entire website devoted entirely to HTML5 game development. My interest in HTML5 primarily stems from the fact that Runescape, a browser-based MMORPG that I enjoy playing is getting its own […]

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Building a WP Site: SEO

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So, its time for the final article in this series, and throughout this I have discovered something: blogging and keeping up with it is harder than it appears. SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. SEO refers to adding the correct copy (your site text/content), markup, layout, and other things to get your website to rank […]

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Building a WP Site: Sharing

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Sharing is good, isn’t? Sharing is great, especially when its a way to help improve your visibility. After you’ve setup your blog, created your theme, and chosen the plugins you need, the next step is to share it with others, of course! I mentioned this in a previous post, but I’m going to go in […]

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Building a WP Site: Theming

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Continuing off from my previous post, I’m now going to discuss one of the most important parts of building a WordPress site: your theme. By default, WordPress has its own built-in themes that can be utilized. TwentyTwelve is the current one, but in the past they’ve also released TwentyEleven and TwentyTen, both of which are […]

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