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Yahoo’s BOSS search API makes it easy for you to create a customized search engine. Yahoo! also has a Design Pattern lLibrary to save time designing your pages. They’ve put a lot of effort into creating the best user experience for search pagination. Pagination guidelines Here’s a sample of the Design Library’s ideas for search […]

Yahoo! recently launched BOSS, which opened their search platform to developers around the world. They didn’t just create an API to access data. That has been around for a while. Yahoo! has opened the data to developers with no limits on requests, no restrictions of icon use, results display, or even the need to let […]

I’m working on a new theme for WordPress. It’s a generic theme that I hope will make it easier to build multiple business sites in the future. Part of the goal is integrating the Yahoo! YUI library into the superb K2 theme. I’ve come across a problem that should be easy to solve. WordPress allows […]

VI is driving me crazy

<rant>VI sucks! It is absolutely driving me crazy. It’s like writing code by smashing your head against the keyboard with a blind fold. </rant>

I’ve been stymied lately by Dreamweaver, my preferred coding program. I still hold onto this program because I know it’s key commands and color coding. However, I’ve been working in a new template system and the internal files have a new file extension. I don’t know if it is a Yahoo! secret system, so let’s […]




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