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  • Web Roundups
    10 Reasons Why Your Code Won't Validate (and How to Fix it)600px green tick.svg
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    W3C validation isn't very forgiving at times, but it allows you to see errors that are generated by your markup. Lots of errors and warnings thrown by the validator are a good indicator that your XHTML isn't in very good shape, and might not look consistent across different browsers. Here are 10 sneaky validation problems that trip developers up, and how to avoid them.Read More…
  • Contests
    Free Copies of Learning jQuery 1.3200x200
    Generously, the folks over at Packt Publishing were nice enough to send me some copies of the recently released Learning jQuery 1.3, by Karl Swedberg and Jonathan Chaffer. I just finished reading it this past weekend. It's fantastic, and should be on your bookshelf! Read More…
  • Web Development
    Enhancing Your Ubuntu Server200x200
    A few weeks ago, I showed you how to setup your very own linux server. Now, I'm going to show you how to add even more functionality. Read More…
  • Web Roundups
    The Most Incredibly Outstanding Site TemplatesNew year competition
    From January 1-31, ThemeForest hosted a fierce site template competition. Our authors competed against one another to win $300 - as well as some helpful promotion. After much thought and deliberation, the winners were selected early in February! Trust me when I say that this wasn't an easy task - by any means! So without further ado, here are the best ten site templates from our "$3000 New Year Competition", in no particular order. I hope more of you will consider entering our upcoming ThemeForest competitions. Be sure to check the site regularly, as we host a new one each month! Read More…
  • News
    Extending SimplePie to Parse Unique RSS Feeds200x200
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    A few days ago, as I prepared our Create a Slick Flickr Gallery with SimplePie tutorial, it occurred to me that we haven't posted many articles that covered SimplePie. Considering how fantastic a library it is, I think it's time to take a closer look. We'll be looking at a more advanced feature that allows you to extend the built-in item class to allow for the parsing of complicated RSS feeds. Read More…
  • General
    What You Must Know About the New Safari 4 Beta200x200
    Apple released Safari 4 Beta last Tuesday, for both Mac and Windows users. The updated browser received a UI update, many major improvements under the hood, and plenty of new features to play with. The new browser passes the ACID2 and ACID3 tests with a score of 100, and contains a few next-generation technologies that web developers will love, once we can take advantage of them. Let's take a look at what's new. Read More…
  • PHP
    Create a Slick Flickr Gallery with SimplePie200x200
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    I've wanted to write a tutorial for quite some time now, and APIs have always been a particular interest of mine. So with my wife's recent foray into photography, I decided a Flickr tutorial would be first cab off the rank! Using RSS, Flickr and jQuery all together was pretty fun too.Read More…
  • JavaScript
    How to Code a Fun To-Do List With PHP and AJAXCode
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    For this week's Tuts+ Premium tutorial, we'll be working with many different technologies. Ultimately, we'll be building a to-do list that will allow you, or your user, to create, update, and delete items asynchronously. To accomplish our task, we'll be using PHP and jQuery's AJAX capabilities. I think you'll find that it's not quite as hard as you might initially think. I'll show you exactly how!Read More…
  • Web Roundups
    Top 50 Wordpress TutorialsWp preview
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    As a web developer, you can broaden your potential client base and add value for existing clients by listing 'Wordpress' as an area of expertise. Of course, unless you want to bluff your way through jobs, you'd better have the skill to back-up that claim. This collection will help.Read More…
  • PHP
    Asynchronous Comments with PHP, jQuery, and JSON200x200
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    In this article, we’re going to look at how we create a simple but effective means of capturing and displaying visitor comments using a blend of jQuery, PHP and JSON. In the public forum that is the blogosphere, the ability to capture and display visitor comments on your blogs can give you instant feedback and opinions from the people that matter most – those that read your blog. Read More…
  • Web Development
    JavaScript and the DOM Series: Lesson 1200x200
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    Hello and welcome to the first part of what will hopefully be an extensive series covering core aspects of the JavaScript programming language and the DOM API. While frameworks such as jQuery, Prototype and MooTools are great ways of suppressing browser bugs and speeding up development, it's important to know and understand the underlying technologies. This series intends to tell you what you need to know about JavaScript and the Document Object Model (DOM). Even if you swear by a particular library this will still benefit you - knowing how something works under the skin can only be a good thing!Read More…
  • News
    You Still Can't Create a jQuery Plugin?200x200
    It's tough. You read tutorial after tutorial, but they all assume that you know more than you actually do. By the time you're finished, you're left feeling more confused than you initially were. Why did he create an empty object? What does it mean when you pass "options" as a parameter? What do "defaultsettings" actually do? Never fear; I'm going to show you exactly how to build your own "tooltip" plugin, at the request of one of our loyal readers. Read More…
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