Major improvements of the Photo Dharma website, including a new design and bigger thumbnails and slides.
An easy way to create new tags in Html5 which works in all modern browsers.
My experience in converting my Facebook profile to a page. Things didn’t go as expected.
Change of address for this blog, and other news on development.
I have recently introduced short urls into my Ancient Buddhist Texts website, this post explains how I did it.
A new website to house the teachings and paintings of the great German monk Bhikkhu Sumedha.
A new website to house sub-sites for various projects I have been involved in.
An update to the large collection of audio files on the Ancient Buddhist Texts website.
New facility on the Photo Dharma website to enable the download of sets of photographs from any given page.
Updated facilities for making downloading of mp3s and searching the website easier.
A remake of the Audio Readings page on the Ancient Buddhist Texts website, which is consistently the most popular page on the site.
A proposal for a new blogging platform which will serve those engaged in Dharma work of any kind.
A new website housing documentaries on the Buddhist Teaching, the associated cultures, mainly in Asia, and films about ecology, and human and animal rights.
Statistics for my various websites and other publication activities.
Pan and Zoom Slideshows extended to the whole of the Photo Dharma website
A remake of the Photo Dharma website so that it is now responsive to screen size and can be viewed on tablets and smartphones.
I have just made a new page to hold the flipbooks that are available on the Ancient Buddhist Texts site. It makes a rather attractive presentation of these books, which load what is basically a pdf file page-by-page, making it easy and quick to read.
I have recently implemented a new type of slideshow on certain pages in the Photo Dharma website, which pan and zoom the photographs in Ken Burns style, which effectively animates the photographs.