It’s in the books. This past Saturday, PACS held its first Virtual meeting. We had 4 SIGs that offered sessions, including Digital Photography with Reed Gustow, Windows Q&A with Rob Keiser, Novice Q&A with Dr. Paul Good and WordPress with yours truly, Matt Ryan. It was awesome!
General PACS News Archive
Items that do not fall into our 'meeting information' category can be found below. This includes guest posts, items of general interest, hot topics and other sundry discussions.
Q: Why did the programmer quit her job? A: Because she didn’t get arrays. Speaking of quitting, this month is the last meeting of PACS until September. Our SIG will go out with a look at Microsoft Sway, a web-based application for creating presentations emphasizing multimedia. Sway has not received a lot of attention, but […]
Q: Why did the web developer send a few extra bucks to his hosting provider? A: Because he heard that he should always tip his server. We’ll serve up some good tips at the April meeting of the Web Design SIG. Our topic will be “C’mon, Man!” I’ll explain why, but it will involve my […]
At the March meeting of the Web Design SIG, member Jerry Greene concluded his series of talks on web development tools and how he used them to produce a report that was formatted on the fly for printing. For more information, see these sites on NetBeans and Xdebug.
At the October meeting, we began with some follow-ups to the September meeting. We then started on the two techniques for layouts that we will be studying over the next couple of meetings, display:table and flexbox. We reviewed HTML tables and the components that make up a well-formed table. Some examples at the PACS CodePen […]