The material on this Web site is prepared on an Apple Macintosh running Mac OS X using Dreamweaver from Adobe and BBEdit from Bare Bones Software for HTML coding, syntax and link checking, and formatting. The “framework” used to build the static files on this site is Bootstrap3. Pages are proofed and massaged in Safari, with 16-point Noto Sans as the default font for body copy. Links and syntax are double-checked with Integrity. Dynamic pages from the "Clippings" section are handled using WordPress. Sample pages and CSS files are occasionally run through the W3C validators to ensure standards compliance.
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