websites: How Bad is your Website in an iPad or iPhone? - 11/05/10 04:02 AM
This is a follow up to my last post on the use of Flash, Flash or not to Flash? That is the question.
A number of businesses have contacted me since I wrote my Flash or not to Flash article asking me what their website looks like iPads and iPhones and what the impact really is.
Most of them are shocked when I give them a screen shot of the view.  While I won't post any of them here I did take a screen shot of a popular Flash website service.  The sites look really cool in a normal flash capable browser. … (9 comments)

websites: VSA Creative Partners with Flexmls IDX - 11/04/10 04:43 AM
Realtors, check out Flexmls IDX by FBS.  We did and we love what we saw and we really like the guys at FBS.  There are typically a few options when you want to include MLS search capabilities on your website.  Most Multiple Listing Services provide a free option but that free option is not very attractive and provides limited functionality.  Then you have the option of going through an IDX provider, like FBS.  With most IDX providers you will either be able to embed their system into the site or you have custom programming to enter it into your site.  The … (0 comments)

websites: Flash or not to Flash? That is the question. - 11/04/10 04:33 AM
No this is not a post about social misconduct.  The question is "should a website use Adobe Flash technologies or should they be avoided?"  Just a few years ago Flash technologies could be seen on virtually every website.  It was viewable by more than 98% of all computers.  It looked really cool (well, most of it did).  While this question has been around since the introduction of Flash, it has become an increasingly import question in the last couple of years.  Why?  In my opinion it is because of the iOS operating system.
Prior to iOS the main reason, discussion, and … (5 comments)


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