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Syndicate your own content Using aspSyndicator
If you develop your own web pages for an internet or an intranet website, then you will probably create some form of content for your pages. Content can be stories, articles, photographs or a collection of your favorite poems etc. More ...

What is AJAX?
One of the most recent buzz words going around the Internet is "AJAX". What is AJAX? Is it a new and extremely powerful programming language? Is it an all-purpose cleaner? In plain-simple English, what exactly is AJAX? More ...

Why Aren't You Using CGI?
CGI (Common Gateway Interface) is not a programming language but a standard that allows visitors to interact with your website. CGI scripts can be written in a number of different languages but most are written in Perl. More ...

Various Types of Website Hacking
A hacker, virus or even a spam bot holds the capability of causing significant damage to your website. Website security is something that you should work on in order to protect your site from malicious activities. More ...

How to Redirect a Web Page Using a 301 Redirect
You've just redesigned some pages of your web site. The pages have high search engine rankings that you don't want to lose. How can you safely redirect web site traffic from your old pages to the new pages without losing your rankings? You can do this by using a "301 redirect" 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 ...

What is that Double Forward Slash in the URL?
Someone is accessing your site with a URL that contains a double forward slash. This causes all relative links on the page will be broken. This means any relative linked scripts or styles will not be loaded. 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 ...

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 ...

What is a Web Service?
Try to find an article on the Web that explains, in plain English, what a "Web Service" is and you'll be going around in rhetorical circles with no simple explanation, and no examples. 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 ...

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 ...