In this space, we will publish articles of general interest to computer programmers, web developers, and Internet enthusiasts.
Allow injection of AJAX requests ahead of other queued ones.
A simple, drop-in solution for fully customizable, highly structured, XML (and XHTML) code highlighter written in PHP.
Improve HTML user-interaction by replacing long dropdown elements with hybrid text and select input elements. Do it all without relying on bloated third-party libraries.
Discussion and demonstration of a web-based slideshow that works with just CSS.
We discuss a strategy to detect if a session has timed out prior to submitting a POST request, so as to avoid losing data.
When preparing documents, editors should focus on assigning meaning to the content, which will in turn dictate the proper visual representation. But such text-editors are very hard to find.
Use an XML library to generate the XHTML pages. XML is easy to write, and there are numerous advantages over the "piece-meal" method.
Frameworks promise to be a cure-all for every application, but they result in increased overhead and limited functionality. Use libraries instead!
How to structure the Apache configuration files to accommodate multiple projects on one server.
Properly structuring the files in a PHP application is necessary for security and maintainability.