By now you have probably heard about HTML5, the upcoming revision to the current HTML standard on the web, however you may not know what it can actually do. HTML5 (when fully launched) will allow for rich website development content to be displayed directly in the code. This means that technology such as Flash may become obsolete upon its launch.
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May 31st, 2010 · Comments Off
March 1st, 2010 · 1 Comment
The RDS Gallery has been a staple of our web utilities for a few years now, and after lots of good feedback we have decided to rebuild the gallery from the ground up. This gallery now allows for multiple image upload, larger thumbnails, better search engine capabilities and before / after photo galleries. We have […]
December 14th, 2009 · Comments Off
Reynolds Design Studio is proud to launch the redesign of Bella Photography. We have been working with Bella Photography for 4 years and have been happy to help them grow as a company. We provided a customized version of our RDS Gallery solution, flash animation and a revised design.
August 26th, 2009 · Comments Off
Reynolds Design Studio is proud to annouce the launch of go2wed.com. We have been working with Go2wed.com for the past few years and have seen them really take off. Go2wed.com offers great tools for the bride and advertiser allowing a wide range of functionality.
August 21st, 2009 · Comments Off
We are going to be rebuilding the popular website utility RDS Gallery, RDS Realtor and RDS Calendar using JQuery and PHP Objects. This will allow us to make updates to the base utility code (offering you better products as they become available) without having to rework the live utility.
July 21st, 2009 · Comments Off
RDS Realtor 3.0 has been completely rebuilt from the ground up. It is still based off of the RDS Realtor 2.0 code however it now has a more robust admin allowing owners of their site to upload multiple photos at one, along with property disclosures and other related files.
June 29th, 2009 · Comments Off
If you’ve ever worked with a large website and wanted to download a copy of it, FTP could drive you nuts (especially if you have a flaky internet connection). You probably assumed there is some way to zip (archive) a site into one large file for easy download. Now even if you don’t have shell access to your web server you can create a single file for download.
June 21st, 2009 · Comments Off
We have made yet another major upgrade to our widely used photo gallery. We have retained all of the functionality from previous versions, but made our templating and installation process much easier. We have created a user friendly installation wizard, template files which are easier to upgrade for non-programmers and a reworked admin.
December 21st, 2008 · Comments Off
If your unsure of what server your php applications are going to be running on, you should be writing code that doesn’t assume your server is running short tags etc. For example you can write your php blocks using the short tag version like below:
Short tags: ?>
April 17th, 2008 · Comments Off
For all of you that wanted to build a site with css but didn’t know where to start or could only get things working in one browser this should help you out. The difference between margin and padding Classes vs ID’s (dot vs pound syntax) Using the cascade 1. The difference between margin and padding […]
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