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Monthly Archives: May 2014

I’ve had this Copyblogger short article open in a tab in my web browser for, well, months (!) – Mobile Responsive Design 101.

It’s a quick read and gives the basics of Responsive Design for mobile-ready sites.

I’m trying to build up my Photoshop skills, and have been reviewing’s “Foundations of Photoshop” course.

Part of the course involves using the Mini Bridge to pull up pictures for editing. I want to review all the parts of the course, so I tried to start Bridge (which must be running separately in order for the Mini Bridge to work).

Unfortunately, Bridge would not start. Windows (Vista SP2 32-bit) gave me an error message that “Adobe Bridge CS6 has stopped running.” Thanks, Windows, but I’d pretty much figured that out on my own.

Happily, though, I found a workaround at

Since Adobe Photoshop CS2 (and Bridge CS2) had been installed on the computer previously, I had to create an empty “Bridge CS2” folder in C:\User\Edward\AppData\Roaming\Adobe. After that, I was able to start Adobe Bridge CS6 with no problems (I didn’t even have to restart Photoshop).

In the previous incarnation of, one of the blogs I followed was Chris Coyier’s CSS-Tricks.

My EvolvingCodeMonkey blog went away for a while, but CSS has continued to evolve — and Chris Coyier has been plugging away at his blog.

Screencast #133: Figuring Out Responsive Images (Vimeo) addresses recent developments in making inline web images responsive.

Now that I’m an active WordPress user once again, I want to hone my skills.

These tutorials may be worth a look.

Courtesy of Kevin Muldoon at

EvolvingCodeMonkey returns!