Understanding SSL Certificate
A secure web hosting service provider ensures safety protocols are in place by encrypting
the data that is submitted on an e-commerce website. A customer can identify if a website
is secure by checking for the padlock icon next to the URL. The address bar will also show
the URL as https instead of http. More ...
Web Designer's Reference
Web Designer's Reference provides an integrated approach to web design. Each
of the chapters covers a specific aspect of creating a web page, such as working
with typography, adding images, creating navigation, and crafting CSS layouts.
In each case, relevant XHTML elements are explored along with associated CSS,
and visual design ideas are discussed. More ...
Basic Dynamic Website Security
There are many things a user can do to cause you annoyance, but the biggest threat is an MySQL injection attack.
This is where a user types in some PHP and SQL code into a field in your form. More ...
Four Must-Have Webpages That Add Website Security
A website is a contract between you and your visitor, it must assure visitors that the site is safe.
There are many ways to convey trust, but the easiest is within your website pages themselves. More ...
Video - HTTP caching
In this video, Stephen Lamm, who works at Google in Web Performance teaches you
about browser caching and what you can do to configure your web pages so that
they're cached properly in browsers. More ...
Creating a Secure Website Using Secure Socket Layer (SSL)
When setting up a website that will require payment through credit card it is important to have
a minimum level of security. One protocol that has effectively become the de facto standard for
website security is Secure Socket Layer (or SSL). More ...
Video - Optimizing the Order of Scripts and Styles
This video by Tony Gentilcore, software engineer at Goggle, shows you two easy-to-implement
yet high-impact techniques for speeding up your web pages. For example, a script
included before a CSS file may cause the browser to block. More ...
How To Effortlessly Use Streaming Audio
Are you looking to add professional impact to your website and newsletter for almost
little or no cost. How about introducing an audio ezine or other informative audio
stream to your web site? More ...
Web Design Troubleshooting Guide
Getting your web site to look right can sometimes be a hair-pulling experience. Even for
professional web designers! I can only imagine how frustrated many newbies can get.
Let me share with you some of the common problems in designing a well-functioning web site. More ...
Don't Let doors.txt Take Control of Your Email Server
If you have an email contact form on your Website and you have received a message
which appears to contain random text and the file name doors.txt followed by some
digits, your mail server is being probed for vulnerabilities by a hacker. More ...
Create a Simple, Effective PHP Form for Your Web Site
If you have been struggling to set up forms on your web site using cgi, then
definitely read this article. Installing a simple PHP form is much easier and
faster than installing a cgi form and doesn't need any programming experience. More ...
Six Ways to Center an Element on a Webpage
This article gives you six different ways to center an element on a webpage, the one you choose
depending upon whether you need to add other elements to the left or right of the centered
element and how robust and browser version compatible your method needs to be. More ...