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Recently I purchased LittleSnapper through Macheist, a super amazing bundle of mac applications (plus the proceeds go to charity). Sorry PC users, this application is for Macs only =( Anyways, LittleSnapper basically takes screenshots of entire webpages…no matter how tall the page is and puts it in a library of screenshots: This is very handy […]

When dealing with hundreds of different clients who have different websites, designs, logos, documents, pictures, worksheets, etc. things must be organized. I have found that an excellent way to organize files via Finder is to use the colorful labels. Yes the labels are pretty and colorful, but they can be used to organize things beyond […]

Screen captures are extremely helpful in our line of work. We test websites extensively in mutliple browsers and operating systems, but sometimes a problem will still show up on a client’s computer that we don’t see. In those cases, a screen shot is invaluable. Screen captures are relatively easy in both Windows and Mac’s OS […]

One of the most difficult and annoying things to set up in a small business is email. There are so many different options that it can be frustrating to even attempt to configure email. What’s the difference between IMAP and POP3 anyways? I’ve seen people just type in their email address and it works. Why […]

So as an aspiring designer in the digital world, I am always looking for ways to increase my knowledge about the programs I use to design, mainly Photoshop, Illustrator and Flash. Personally, I got my footing through school, and then started reading books and looking at tutorials online. All of these have helped me gain […]

If you’re only checking your website in the web browser you use, others may not be seeing the site how you intend them to. After all, chances are pretty low that everyone looking at your site is using the same browser you are. Here at T&S Web Design, we test on several browsers on Macs […]

Being a native Windows user, I really dislike the layout of the keyboard on the MacBooks. In particular, I dislike the lack of delete, home, end, page up, and page down keys. While all of these can still be achieved using key combinations, I would still prefer to hit just one key. Another annoyance is […]

Along with my web design job at T&S, I’m also the Apple Campus Rep at Oklahoma Christian University. I receive some interesting questions from students regarding their computers, with the most recent problem being an ink catastrophe. Three weeks ago, a student received her brand-spankin’ new, sparkling white MacBook from the OC program, and just […]

First, I wanted to say thank you to everyone who has kept me in his or her thoughts and prayers this past week. I am feeling much better and my facial wounds have healed much quicker than the doctors expected. In fact, my doctor removed the all the external stitches yesterday, because I was healing […]