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Kannel Guide- nerd developer!

About me seems like quite a difficult to sum up on a single blog page :) So I’ll try and explain ‘about me’ by telling you how I got here. It could be said that I am obsessed with work, which is partially true because my work is my passion, I love technology, gadgets and all things related.If I’m not working, I am inevitably fiddling with something technical.

I was raised on a farm in the Eastern Cape until the age of 10 years old, and then my family decided it would be best for my sister and I if we could be in Port Elizabeth (‘the city’). I went to the Grey School in Port Elizabeth until age 15 when I moved to Alexander Road High School in order to be able to take Computer Science as a subject (among other things). I matriculated there in 2001. I have always been a serious geek so I managed to achieve a 99% mark for Computer Science High Grade in matric and the spoils associated with that (not many..)….



There has been a new trend in standards based design over the last year. The effect seems to have originally appeared in flash websites some time before, but with the use of javascript and a few good libraries people have found out how to do it while still using semantic XHTML/CSS.

The effect is what I call, “The Slider.” Instead of normal navigation where you click on a link and it takes you to another page, or even dynamically loads content onto the existing page, The Slider scrolls you to a different portion of the same page automatically. Sometimes this is simply scrolling down the page to the next content block (in a slow manor rather than an instant jump). Other times people have it scroll to another portion of the page that is not in a vertical manor, maybe 4000 pixels to the right and 500 upwards. The effect being the feeling of traveling to a different portion of the page itself. Lastly some have content scroll with in the content, so rather than the whole page moving the content with in a content block my scroll in and out.

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