Have you ever wondered how to create those little icons for your webpage? Now that firefox is leaving these nice “dotted squares” in the place of your missing icon locations when you or someone makes a bookmark of your site, it’s even more important to have one at all. Here is a Favicon generator that you can use. Upload any image and download your ready to use favicon file. I don’t have one as of yet, but I will be creating one soon.
Thought I would start to dabble in the HTML 5 world a little bit.
My motivation came from this article about the trend of HTML 5.
Here is the actual W3 Page about HTML 5.
So what browsers currently support HTML 5?
It seems that many major browsers do support it, but not in full. Here is the list of browsers and their version in the order of most support to least.
- Google Chrome 14
- Mozilla Firefox 7
- Apple Safari 5.1
- Opera 11.5
- MS Internet Explorer 9
All the new buzz about the QR Code. I got interested and decided to try it out. After making this, I didn’t quite know what to do with it or how to apply it in an interesting way. It seems that It can hold URL, E-Mail, Telephone, VCard Contact Info, SMS, MMS, WIFI Config, Youtube URI, And for all you Mac people out there, iCal info.
It seems to me, that since all sorts of data could be pressed into this little square, depending on the program reading it, the interpretation could be limitless.
Click the QR Code below to create your own.
My websites are back up again after nearly 1 year of being MIA. It is now so much more meaningful for me. I overflow with thankfulness to God for that time of not having a my own website. I am excited to continue to express my love for God including through the works of art and technology.
I will be soon updating all the things I have done in between slowly.