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Bookmarks tagged with “webdevelopment”

  1. Color Blender

    Eric Meyer’s nifty colour blender

  2. EZPDO » Comments on “Cross the Divide, Object Persistence in PHP”

    Response to some of the criticisms in the previous review.

  3. Crossing the Divide: Object Persistence in PHP by Theo Spears (PDF)

    Review of DB_DataObject, Propel and EZPDO. I’ve been using the first, but the last sounds tempting for PHP 5.

  4. Overview : Xyle scope : Cultured Code

    Rather smart HTML- and CSS-examining application for the Mac. Looks complicated, but I imagine it could be invaluable over time.

  5. The Man in Blue > footerStickAlt: A more robust method of positioning a footer

    An even newer way of getting a footer to stick to the bottom of the viewport or the content.

  6. Slashdot | DHTML Utopia

    Review of a book on “Modern web design using JavaScript and DOM”. Ajax and stuff. Sounds good.

  7. Little Nybbles of Development Wisdom

    Some handy tips about coding, systems and organising companies. (via Yoz)

  8. SiteVista

    Another Browsercam alternative.

  9. Browsershots

    Open-source, distributed processing, free version of Browsercam. Probably more interesting than useful. At the moment.

  10. Super simple clearing floats - Anne’s Weblog about Markup & Style

    A remarkably non-hacky way to get containing divs to expand to the full depth of their floated descendants (ie, goodbye “clear:both” elements?). (via Tim)

  11. FooterStick › css › Learn › solarDreamStudios

    Make a footer stick to bottom of the viewport where appropriate. (via blech)

  12. Monket Calendar - Wiki -

    Lovely PHPy and Ajaxy calendar interface. Mmmm, the web’s getting nice.

  13. » archive » Essentials of CSS Hacking For Internet Explorer

    Summary of IE CSS hacks. Nice to see them covered clearly in once place.

  14. JavaScript Archive Network

    New, could be handy when it fills up a bit.

  15. Behaviour : Using CSS selectors to apply Javascript behaviours

    More Ajaxy stuff to investigate when time allows.

  16. Jeffrey Veen: Designing for the subtlety of Ajax

    Also to read when I get round to doing Ajax stuff.

  17. Alex Bosworth’s Weblog: Ajax Mistakes

    For the future, when I get round to playing with Ajax.

  18. Unobtrusive Javascript

    Great, modern, practical guide to good Javascripting

  19. Recent Web Accessibility Articles - ::

    Some handy articles on developing accessibly.

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