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Apache is an open-source HTTP server implementation. It is the most popular web server on the Internet. The December 2005 Web Server Survey conducted by Netcraft shows that abou... 08/20/2006
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In this book, I refuse to advocate the unnecessary compromise of visual sophistication for accessibility. But I will not advocate the compromise of accessibility for visual soph... 08/18/2006
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Ever wondered how different popular sites function? The key to this answer is a dedicated server. Such a server that is completely owned by its user thereby avoiding all of the... 08/16/2006
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So blogging is as easy as one, two, three, right? Perhaps that's oversimplifying it a bit. Whether you intend to blog for business or pleasure, success requires preparation and... 02/20/2008
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Creating, collaborating and communicating information is at the core of the internet revolution. The recent wave of new applications under the banner of Web 2.0 in essence, emph... 08/16/2006
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Be inspired. Some tips that can be useful for website developers. 10/30/2007
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(...)I'll warn you right now, this is going to be a long article. More than likely, I'll put a version of this up on the MySQL developer zone and PHP zone. This article... 08/13/2006
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When you are trying to optimize your queries to run quickly and efficiently, you may encounter queries that really should run faster. That's where EXPLAIN comes in handy. Th... 08/12/2006
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(...)You get object-oriented languages like Java and Smalltalk, and function-oriented languages like PHP. Well that was the theory, until PHP introduced its objects model in PHP... 08/08/2006
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Advancing web developers have probably heard about XHTML, the eXtensible HyperText Markup Language developed in 1999 to supercede HTML. Most people use XHTML simply because they... 08/01/2006
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The Singleton is one of the simplest Patterns to understand. It's common usage is to ensure that only one instance of a class is ever instantiated. The reason for wanting su... 07/30/2006
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The Registry is one of those Patterns where once you understand it, it seems so incredibly useful. Think of it as a basket; using a Registry you can add data (both values and ob... 07/30/2006
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"Learn when and how to implement this new technology". This article focuses on usability and issues concerning implementing AJAX in web UIs. It suggests how it should and how it... 07/23/2006
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Must-read page for people having serious problems with signal 11, a.k.a. segmentation fault, while compiling their kernel or other tasks requiring lots of computer's resources.... 07/22/2006
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Article written by Sean Kelly is dedicated to basic usage of combined AJAX and PHP. Basing on a quite simple example-a photo gallery-it describes how to use the potential of tho... 07/22/2006
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Text written by Brett McLaughlin presents the very basics of AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) technology. The article describes the topic very superficially and allows a r... 07/22/2006
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If you're a webmaster, you should definitely read this! 11/04/2007
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This article is covering password hashing, a subject which is often poorly understood by newer developers. 12/30/2008
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Introduction In this article I will try to give a view of what is the custom caching with php, why and how we can use it. In the modern days, most of the sites are database driv... 06/14/2006
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Is Web 2.0 something real? Does it mean anything for the way in which we continue to go about our work? Or is it yet another bubble that will burst if we simply ignore it? 10/29/2007
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