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  • News
    Build a Login and Registration System with XML200x200
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    Building an entire membership system can be a tedious, and time-consuming task. Tim Cooper is going to show us how to build the ENTIRE thing in roughly thirty minutes. Rather than using MYSQL as our database, Tim will instead demonstrate an alternate approach: using an XML file. We'll be reviewing PHP, .htaccess files, sessions, and more! Read More…
  • News
    An Intensive Exploration Of jQuery200x200
    Ben Nadel has generously created a comprehensive video overview of the jQuery framework. He carefully covers everything from the basic hide/show methods, to jQuery's AJAX capabilities. This is a "DON'T MISS" tut. I highly recommend it. Read More…
  • Python
    Diving into Django200x200
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    It's always nice to branch out from our usual topics. For today's screencast entry, Jeff Hui will show us how to build a basic ticket management system, similar to Lighthouse. Though the project won't be nearly as advanced as Lighthouse - for obvious reasons - it should make for a nice starter for newcomers to the Django framework. Read More…
  • News
    Exactly How to Use CSS Sprites200x200
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    Today, Andres will be teaching us how to use CSS sprites to improve load times and decrease the number of HTTP requests that are made. As always, feel free to ask any questions in the comments area. Read More…
  • News
    Working with the jCrop Plugin200x200
    jCrop is a fantastic jQuery plugin that allows your users to easily crop their photos to the exact dimensions that they choose. Setting up such a system is easier than you might think. Brenley will show us how! Read More…
  • Contests
    Screencast Week!200x200
    After three weeks, I'm proud to announce the winners of our first ever screencast competition! We received dozens of fantastic submissions. Though tough, I was able to narrow the list down to the top five. Over the course of this week, be prepared for video training on subjects ranging from jQuery to Django! Congratulations to the five winners, and be sure to check in on Friday (Saturday for some) to view the 1st place tutorial! Read More…
  • News
    NETTUTS+ Writers Needed!Shield general
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    Happy weekend, everyone! As some of you may know, we're currently in the process of rolling out our NETTUTS+ program. That means we'll be needing some top notch articles and screencasts! With high-quality articles comes higher compensation. Read More…
  • PHP
    How to Paginate Data with PHP200x200
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    I can remember years ago when I first began coding in PHP and MySQL, how excited I was the first time I got information from a database to show up in a web browser. For someone who had little database and programming knowledge, seeing those table rows show up onscreen based on the code I wrote (okay so I copied an example from a book -- let's not split hairs) gave me a triumphant high. I may not have fully understood all the magic at work back then, but that first success spurred me on to bigger and better projects.Read More…
  • Web Roundups
    Best of the Web: January200x200
    The first month of 2009 has already come and gone, which means it's time to take a look back and reflect on the best of the month. Today, we will review the 25 most excellent tutorials, articles, and scripts of January 2009. Read More…
  • News
    How Ubiquity Will Change the Way You Browse the WebUbiquity
    Holey moley! Things are changing - almost to the point of being scary. We're going to have a lot of catching up to do in the next several years, as we move toward the "browser OS". Enter Ubiquity - a new Firefox extension that will change the way you communicate with the web. Though we've known about it for many months now, the lab has recently released a major update. Be sure to review this screencast, by Aza Raskin, that details exactly what Mozilla's Ubiquity project is. Read More…
  • Web Development
    Creating a “Filterable” Portfolio with jQueryPortfolio thumb
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    If you have worked in your field for a while, there is a pretty good chance that you have a rather extensive portfolio. To make it a little easier to navigate, you will probably be tempted to break them into different categories. In this tutorial, I will show you how to make "filtering by category" a little more interesting with just a little bit of jQuery.Read More…
  • Roundups
    Are You Making These 10 PHP Mistakes?Preview
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    One of the best things about PHP is that it's a great language to just "dive into", thanks to its wide-ranging popularity. Anyone with the ability to hit "Search" on Google can quickly create a program. However, this also lends to a major criticism of PHP: it's almost too easy to find and reproduce bad code. Here are 10 PHP mistakes that any programmer, regardless of skill level, might make at any given time. Some of the mistakes are very basic, but trip up even the best PHP programmer. Other mistakes are hard to spot (even with strict error reporting). But all of these mistakes have one thing in common: They're easy to avoid. Take the time and make sure that your PHP is secure, clean and running smoothly by checking your site for these common PHP blunders.Read More…
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