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bio website saifbechan.com
location Netherlands
age 30
visits member for 4 years, 1 month
seen Apr 27 at 10:32

I am a developer currently living in The Netherlands. I mainly focus on building web application, and I like to be a part of every stage in the development. You can say I work from 'grain to bread', from the basic starting point, the grain, to the final product.

In terms of development these are brainstorming about the project, choosing the appropriate architecture and framework, developing the application, working on the design and layout, and finally launching the application and on working on the optimization.


Nov
2
asked Blog name and tagline only in the footer, any SEO problems?
Oct
28
accepted Responsive website VS mobile website
Oct
28
accepted Is the debate about em VS px VS % in typography still valid
Oct
27
accepted Is it needed to have your blog title and description in H1 and H2
Oct
27
comment Is it needed to have your blog title and description in H1 and H2
Ok so it's an html5 change, that makes sense. Are these changes already picked up by the mayor search engines, or is it recommended to just stick with the old system. New one makes more sense tho, because your websites title and description are already in you html head, no need to have them again on your page. And esp not for h1, and h2, because people don't come to your website for the title, they come to read your articles.
Oct
27
comment Is it needed to have your blog title and description in H1 and H2
Yes this is the setup I remember. But in a lot of new articles I have read that the H1 tag is a tag for the most important headers on your page, can be more that one. Your website title and description are already handled in the head tag, <title>, <description>. Tutsplus is most of the time cutting edge, I am wondering if it is will be a good change to implement it that way. Hope to get some more answers.
Oct
27
asked Is it needed to have your blog title and description in H1 and H2
Oct
25
asked Is the debate about em VS px VS % in typography still valid
Oct
25
answered Responsive Design: Which Framework Should I Use? CSS3 & HTML5
Oct
25
comment Responsive website VS mobile website
I have been looking at the Skeleton framework. It adds a responsive layer over the 960 grid system. You then have 4 fixed widths. This will eliminate your screen problem, and I like the way it does not continually re-sizes for every small movement. It is quite a handy switch as well if you are familiar with 960gs. Pinch-zoom problem still there tho.
Oct
24
comment Responsive website VS mobile website
+1 really good points there. I did not know about mobile sites confusing SEO, but it sure could be. I guess you only want to do a mobile site when there is no other way, but for most websites that is not the case. - Another great point is the monitor, but are there no max widths in the fluid grids? - Finally the pinch-zoom is a major problem, and I see that it's not only me that is noticing it. I will take these points in consideration for my final decision.
Oct
24
asked Responsive website VS mobile website
Aug
23
comment Is it a bad idea to start a forum in a shared web hosting server?
Oh I only used dutch hosts, they have dutch websites. With others I have no experience, you just have to search around. But dreamhost is a good company, if you can afford it go for it.
Aug
22
comment Is it a bad idea to start a forum in a shared web hosting server?
And def check out cloudflare, there are also a few good wordpress plugin's that support cloudflare. There are alternaives for cloudflare tho, just giving an example
Aug
22
comment Is it a bad idea to start a forum in a shared web hosting server?
Oh yeah that's what a lot of big websites use. Migration of these websites is a breeze also. Most of the big hosts have also support for this. I have to add that a package for 9/mo is pretty expensive, and I guess you have a lot of resources. I know of websites that work with packages of 20usd for 2 years. Have to add the traffic is not that huge on the sites, bit still.
Aug
22
answered Is it a bad idea to start a forum in a shared web hosting server?
Aug
22
answered What is the meaning of repeating a site's address?
Aug
22
accepted Pre-defined (canned) contact form messages on your website
Aug
22
accepted HTML special character (glyph) looking not the same in different browsers
Aug
21
revised Pre-defined (canned) contact form messages on your website
added 53 characters in body