ABSTRACT: A tutorial to teach you how to create image rollover buttons using CSS.
I’m not going to teach you all about CSS and HTML elements here. I’m going to assume some knowledge; that you know what CSS is and that you know what a <div> tag is.
If not, go here.
A Summary of the Steps Needed to Create Rollover Buttons using CSS. More explanation below. Continue Reading →
File under: Automate Everything.
ABSTRACT: This is a simple explanation of how I use Microsoft Publisher to create web images – in this case buttons with a rollover effect. I’ve provided a downloadable publisher file with the necessary VBA code.
I’ll explain the CSS and HTML to make the rollovers happen at a later date.
The Cobbler and His Children’s Shoes
First, I should be automating a LOT more. My consulting company, Pulse Infomatics, automates documents, reports, and other stuff. I’ve been an automation fanatic for 25+ years (yeah, I’m that old). In fact, read my book, Building Your I.T. Career, and you’ll find that I suggest (strongly) that information technology has only two roles: Information & Automation. Automation is the one most often neglected in organizations and is easily the most valuable! Continue Reading →
In 2009, I was at the tail end of the worst of 2 years of depression, anxiety, professional malaise, feelings of failure, and more. I had lost nearly everything I owned in what I refer to as, “The Flood of ’07!”
As that fog was lifting and I began looking forward, I wrote the following lyric over a simple chord progression.
Time keeps rollin’, Life is movin’ me on
Climb that mountain, Get back where I belong.. Continue Reading →
A couple weeks ago I visited Fort Benning, Georgia to attend my 3rd child’s graduation from basic training – US Army.
I wrote a little about “the boy” in “It’s On! and The Heart of the Child” – and I won’t go into much more detail at this point.. However, I’ll reflect a bit on the time in Atlanta and moments that I’ll remember. Continue Reading →
Should I Install Facebook Messenger?
ABSTRACT: This blog post covers security concerns over Facebook Messenger but also covers security, technology and philosophy/policy.
This question – or something like it – has come up with clients and friends a LOT lately. Mostly due to Facebook separating functionality from their main app into two apps. The Facebook App (your timeline and stream of photos) and Messenger – an app focused on direct person(s) to person(s) chatting.
Articles have cropped out – most with an ominous tone of big brother watching you – due to “permissions” the application requests when it is installed. Continue Reading →