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Bootstrap bootstrap boostrap

BootstrapIn my many years of programming and web development, rarely have I ever held such hope for the future of the web than I have when working with the Bootstrap framework.  There is a distinct feeling of control over my creations that I’ve never experienced to this extent before.  Since employing Bootstrap on my most recent projects: FescoWorkersQingdao.com, DanielJanssen.com, Dan2.org and Sinortek.com, although they aren’t finished yet, I’ve been getting nothing but positive feedback from ALL of my clients.

Let’s have a look at what they have to say:

“Beautiful!” – Daniel A. Janssen, GM of Bili International Trade Co., Ltd.

“When I saw the front page, it made me smile.” – Luigi Zhang, Owner of Luigi’s Chain of Italian Restaurants and GM of Fesco Workers Qingdao Co., Ltd..

“This is exactly what we needed, and evidently, we need more of this.” – Stein, General Manager of Qingdao Sinortek Industrial & Trade Co., Ltd..

Of course, when you’re getting rave reviews from clients such as the above, you tend to get a big head, so it’s important to stay humble and keep plugging away at your web sites.  More hours put into the design and Photoshop/GIMP work will go a long way towards your project when it comes time to build your BootStrap Grid Framework.

“We all know and love Bootstrap. It is THE most popular repo on all of GitHub.  Now there are some useful things in Bootstrap that you use undoubtedly to code a front end, but there are also some hidden gems.”

Travis Neilson

Check out my friend Travis on YouTube to see his CSS Grid Series, or his Top 5 Hacks for it.

Box Content is another important issue in Box Model, Box Sizing and Box Sizing included in CSS 3 that this popular framework takes advantage of.  Here at Saint John IT Co., we use Bootstrap, and proud of it!

Acquisition of ReverendDavis.org

Acquisition of ReverendDavis.org

We are very excited and pleased to announce our acquisition of ReverendDavis.org. If you have never heard of Rev. Gary Davis, then chances are you’ve heard music that was directly inspired by his influence.  For instance, The Grateful Dead.  The original master of the genuine Cocaine Blues, Rev. Davis had an extraordinary guitar experience as a child growing up in the early 1900’s.  He had witnessed ragtime piano and ragtime guitar playing as well as having been a part of a string band himself at one point.

We are looking forward to working with the direct students of the Master finger picker himself, (Blind) Reverend Gary Davis.

ReverendDavis.org is a non-profit website in which a community of enthusiasts may contribute their memories, videos, audio as well as photography and commentary.

Currently, there are a couple of videos hosted on the site, which are available in HTML 5 Video Mpeg 4 format.  We are always looking for more photography and plan to host even more videos of the Reverend. The whole world will be able to see his guitar mastery.

We are particularly proud of the writing done on this site. We are also particularly proud to be a part of this organization.  We are excited to see it growing everyday. It doesn’t matter what your guitar skill is. If you are interested in old blues and finger picking then this web site is packed with information for you.  It is definitely worth reading the article about Rev. Davis’s favorite guitar, the Gibson J-200.  Our research for this article is impeccable.  You are sure to enjoy it.  The appreciation of guitars and music is always a nice feeling. It is something for everybody to enjoy. Best wishes in your music journey, no matter what kind of music you enjoy.  We welcome you to contact us for registration and/or inquiries.