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Browser caching (or page caching) is a system of storing a local copy of resources or webpages, which are expected not to change (or at least not very often). Images, CSS files, and JavaScript files don’t need to be loaded on every page request and storing a local copy of these files greatly improves page load time.

Some really great Drupal and Magento development posts out this week as well as good CSS tool and methodology recommendations. Get your code on and have a great weekend!

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Next USB plug will finally be reversible

This week’s round-up features two important links (in white) that I strongly recommend all designers and developers check out.  Enjoy!

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MariaDB gets $20 million in funding

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Throughout the process of building a website, it is imperative to test design and development work in multiple browsers and on multiple platforms. Due to the fact that browsers do not use a standard method for rendering a site, errors can occur in a site’s layout and functionality.


Start your weekend off right with another roundup of the best links on web development, design and other random geekery that the web has to offer. 

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Internet Explorer 10 becomes the number one Microsoft browser version


I'm always on the lookout for exciting ideas and new technologies to broaden my knowledge of web development and design. Each week, I'll be posting links to articles on development, design and other miscellanious information that I find interesting. What follows are the highlights of the links I've recently discovered. I hope you find them as useful as I did.


I'm always on the lookout for exciting ideas and new technologies to broaden my knowledge of web development and design. Each week, I'll be posting links to articles on development, design and other miscellanious information that I find interesting. What follows are the highlights of the links I've recently discovered. I hope you find them as useful as I did.