Until recently, saila.com is primarily produced on a range of Windows-based computers from an old 486-33 to a more current PIII-500 running Windows 95 through XP. Now it is mainly produced on an 24" iMac or MacBook running Mac OS X.
The site is powered by a custom-built CMS running on the PHP-based CodeIgniter framework. The vast majority of the code is hand-done in TextMate, and the few images there are on this site were done in The GimpShop.
The photo in the header is an east-facing shot of Toronto’s longest operating hotel, the Gladstone and the CN railway bridge that delineates the Parkdale/West Queen West divide.
As mentioned in “Geek This...”, the site’s design and layout is done entirely with cascading style sheets, using semantic mark-up. The page templates conform to the W3C’s HTML 4.01 and CSS 2 (with some CSS 3 elements) recommendations.