Welcome to the first article in the series, Building Better Web Pages. This article series comprehensively covers building an HTML document: easily learned, but rarely perfected.

Today’s article covers Semantic HTML. The goal of this article is to show you how every HTML document should be planned. I say ‘planned’ because ‘started’ or ‘began’ suggests the top of a page, and that is not what this is about. Semantics refer to the meaning of something. In the case of html, its the meaning of the contents only. Presentation, through style or CSS file, is merely for human benefit. Therefore, when we talk about ‘planning’ an HTML document, we are talking only about a hierarchy of information.

When your country’s website looks like a 1995 GeoCities homepage, you probably wouldn’t expect to find quality software developers. Thankfully, the developers at 4A Games didnt have anything to do with ukraine.org. Neither did Cryostasis developer Action Forms Limited, who also develops out of Kiev, Ukraine. Before I actually got to play Metro 2033, I had some expectations based on gameplay videos and screenshots. It bears more than a striking resemblance to Cryostasis, and I first thought it might have been from the same studio. Not quite, but close! (more…)

Welcome to another Solid Review! This EVGA GTX 260 Core 216 article is one of a three part series for entry-level, mid-level, and high-end gaming with EVGA GeForce cards. In the first part of our series, we covered the original 65nm GTS 250, a standard edition card which is the most ‘entry-level’ of the series. The high-end article is for the new DirectX11 card, a 40nm GTX 470. If you are thinking about buying a Superclocked or SSC version of this card, it might also benefit you to read below. Next, Let’s Examine this GTX 260