Some of you may already be complaining that you’re not programmers and this can’t possibly be for you. Not so! I will present technical information in plain and easy-to-understand English. Some of the programming posts may assume a higher level of base knowledge of web technologies, but every single one of them is intended to provide something of value to both technical and non-technical readers.
The use of categories and tags will assist you in identifying the information most relevant to you and more likely to be useful to you at your current level of web knowledge. For example, I will assign each post a category to help you seek out the subject matter of interest to you and a tag for novice, intermediate, or advanced content to help you identify the concepts that are at your current confidence level. Furthermore, key points in each article will be highlight with points of interest clearly identified for users at different levels.
So you can simply avoid the programming stuff? Yes, but there’s one argument to consider before you do. If you’re here, you probably live to one degree or the other on the web. Whether you run your own business or are a private citizen in our great technocracy, understanding how the web is put together is going to enhance your use of it, make you safer, and help you make better decisions when ordering work from internet professionals.
Welcome. Please feel at home here. Comment, feedback, let me know what works for you and what doesn’t. I am not writing this for my benefit. I am writing it for yours, so help me in my goal of constant improvement. Thanks for reading.