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  • Web Roundups
    20 Perfect Things to Buy a Web Developer for Christmas200x200
    Let's face it. Web developers are geeks. But that's okay! Who wants to be normal? As I always tell the children - "Geeks rule the world". The problem is that "normal" people don't know what to buy us for Christmas. That's why we always end up with "Photoshop 6 For Dummies". They'll say in a rickety old voice, "It's a little old, sonny - but I got a good deal on it." So email this list to your family and friends and tell them, "This is what you should buy me.". Read More…
  • PHP
    How to Setup a Dedicated Web Server for Free200x200
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    All great websites have a great server behind them. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to set up a dedicated web server (with Apache, MySQL, and PHP) using that old computer you have lying around the house and some free software. Read More…
  • News
    Everything you Know is Wrong!200x200
    Everything is changing. This weekend, I read a very interesting book: "Everything You Know About CSS is Wrong". The book illustrates how, now that IE has passed the ACID 2 test, we can finally begin to build our websites the proper ways. Up until now, we've been forced to implement hacks to form the perfect layout - absolute positioning, precarious floats, etc. But that's all beginning to change! I'll show you how in twenty minutes. Read More…
  • Web Roundups
    Top 10 Web Dev Blunders of 2008Failwhale prev
    It's inevitable: We're all going to screw up at least once when it comes to the highly volatile world of web development. Downtime, stupid UI mistakes, miscues on communication, bad product launches... they happen to the best of us. Literally. Over the past year, many of the top websites in the world have committed serious development no-no's. It's almost comforting to know that the best development teams in the world aren't perfect either. Instead of viewing this article as a way to bring down the big guys a peg or two, let's look upon it as a teaching tool. Learning is all about making mistakes and finding ways to correct them. It's nice when we can occasionally learn from other's mistakes, instead of screwing up ourselves. Here's a list of the 10 biggest "Whoops!" moments of 2008 in web development.Read More…
  • Icons
    Wonderful Icon SetPortfolio
    Cost: Free, links backFound Via: www.smashingmagazine.com/ Read More…
  • HTML & CSS
    Prototyping With The Grid 960 CSS Framework200x200
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    Grid 960 is a CSS Framework that enables developers to rapidly prototype designs. They are excellent tools for creating mock ups. Why? Because they do all the heavy lifting allowing you to get faster results.Read More…
  • Icons
    1000 Free Icons200x200
    Cost: Free, links backFound Via: www.pinvoke.com/ Read More…
  • News
    Mimicking Apple’s Address Book for the Web200x200
    As we all know, WordPress is so extensive that you can use it for nearly anything. There are even articles on sites with crazy titles such as 101 alternative uses for WordPress. So I thought, hey, why not? I bet a lot of people want to create their own Web Apps, and essentially WordPress can do that for you. In this video tutorial, we're going to make an online Address Book.Read More…
  • News
    Building the Back-End of a Photo Site200x200
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    For those of you who have been following the last few screencasts, you must have noticed that each tutorial has been centered around a "photo site" theme. (See Scanning Folders With PHP, How to Dynamically Create Thumbnails, and Create a Photo-Admin Site Using PHP and jQuery. Today, we'll build the backend for a photo site. This tutorial will teach you how to add, delete, and update photos. Read More…
  • Plugins
    Live Query200x200
    If you've ever dynamically created an element using Javascript, you'll no doubt have experienced problems with binding events to these elements. Luckily, a small jQuery plugin created by Brandon Aaron (jQuery team member), called Live Query, makes this a cinch. Read More…
  • PHP
    Real-World OOP With PHP and MySQL200x200
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    Numerous examples from robots to bicycles have been offered as “easy” explanations of what OOP is. I’ve opted to show you how OOP works with a real-life example, for a programmer. By creating a MySQL CRUD class you can easily create, read, update and delete entries in any of your projects, regardless of how the database is designed. Read More…
  • Books
    The Art and Science of CSS: FREE!Sp 200x200
    The folks at SitePoint are offering "The Art and Science of CSS" for free if you follow them on Twitter. Read More…
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