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Category: Web development
Posted by: aozman
This is a list of HTML elements I've found to be very poorly represented in most markup on the web today. Many of these elements offer more semantic value than actual functionality, but with the rising popularity of CSS driven design where HTML elements are used for what they were actually intended for, I felt shining a little light on them was appropriate.

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Category: Web development
Posted by: yiorgos
"The internet today is full of webmasters that are always updating, editing, changing and even deleting web pages."

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Category: Web development
Posted by: yiorgos
Gone are the days of coding entire PHP apps from scratch. These are the 5 forerunners for the next generation of PHP frameworks. Each one of these frameworks has some foreword thinking quality that sets them apart from the PHP frameworks of yesterday.

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Category: Web development
Posted by: yiorgos
Has XHTML, PHP, FLASH, AJAX and many more resources. Definitely worth a look at this site.

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Category: Web development
Posted by: yiorgos
Recently there has been a bunch of blog entries centered around the success of “Ugly Design” on the web. The contention (by Robert Scoble, most recently) was that ugly design is more effective.

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Category: Web development
Posted by: aozman
Drupal often gets criticized by newcomers who believe that object-oriented programming (OOP) is always the best way to design software architecture, and since they do not see the word "class" in the Drupal code, it must be inferior to other solutions. In fact, it is true that Drupal does not use many of the OOP features of PHP, but it is a mistake to think that the use of classes is synonymous with object-oriented design. This article will cover several of the features of Drupal from an object-oriented perspective, so programmers comfortable with that paradigm can begin to feel at home in the Drupal code base, and hopefully be able to choose the right tool for the job.

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Category: Web development
Posted by: aozman
In this article a simple usage of regular expressions is described. Its intention is to bring users to try the most powerful search and replace paradigm available and hopefully start using it.

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Category: Web development
Posted by: aozman
In this article we will try to help JavaScript beginners to spot old and outdated JavaScript techniques and explain what their issues are. We do this by looking at a web page that might have been developed around the millennium with development ideas that were good at the time (DHTML), but result in inaccessible or even broken pages in today's web environment.
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Category: Web development
Posted by: yiorgos
Personalization is a great feature—it allows users to make their personal pages come to life by adding colors, pictures, and even sound—but as with any user input, it is a security threat if not properly sanitized. The creation of a secure online community is a balancing act: your users should be able to personalize their pages using pseudo code or actual HTML, while remaining protected from vandals who might inject malicious JavaScript or otherwise cause harm.

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Category: Web development
Posted by: aozman
This guide does not cover the initial setup of IIS, or general configuration of Windows Server 2003.