tl;dr It’s cold, we’re all over Google’s “Mobile Friendly” label, we have a new social sharing tool called Monarch, and updated software is the bomb diggity.
October is always a busy month for PureNyx. It’s the end of football season (We’re parents of involved kids… not sports fans) and the beginning of holidays sales. We’ve been huddling from the wind on crowded bleachers, producing pitch books for software startups, preparing product listings for Black Friday specials, and a myriad tasks in between. That’s given us time for three topics in this month’s Miscellany: Gravity Forms & Zapier, Landing Pages, and POODLE Patching.
tl;dr Don’t worry about the Bash/ShellShock bug. PureNyx has your site covered.
We always have a lot going on, often involving things our clients might like to know about, but much of it fails to inspire me to write a masterpiece. These updates are now going to be included in a periodic post called “Miscellany”. Yeah, I know the technical definition of miscellany is a collection of multiple author’s content on multiple subjects, but this one will sometimes be a collection of my work.
In my previous post I pointed out that most of the code we write is called CSS (Cascading Style Sheet). While ASCII can create graphics by arranging various text characters, CSS is a way to do graphic design through code. It can sometimes be used to create animation, which can become an important part of functional user interface elements, but mostly it’s all about look and feel.