Tag Archives: CSS

Proxibid questions answered

Image via CrunchBase Our post on Wednesday described an announcement by Proxibid of their forthcoming embedding bidding service. This service will allow auctioneers to seamlessly embed Proxibid’s systems into the auctioneers’ web pages. In Wednesday’s post, we posed five questions … Continue reading

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Example RFP for new or redesigned website

I’ve spoken with many auctioneers recently who are at the beginning stages of a new technology project, usually a website redesign or new build of some kind. The questions everyone asks mostly revolve around the expectations they should have of … Continue reading

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PDF should be optional on web

Portable Document Format (PDF) is a file format created by Adobe in 1993. As of July 1, 2008, it’s an ISO standard, which means that the format is open and published so that anyone can create it or use it. … Continue reading

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Flash is bad, m’kay

Flash shouldn’t be used on modern websites for anything but video. Continue reading

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