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  1. Beautiful Soup: We called him Tortoise because he taught us.

    “Beautiful Soup is a Python HTML/XML parser designed for quick turnaround projects like screen-scraping.”

  2. Creating prototypes with OmniGraffle | urlgreyhot

    Not very complicated, but a good idea and a nicely done demo. (via ChrisDodo)

  3. Simon Willison: Graphing requests with Tamper Data

    Very nice thing found by Simon - a graph showing when elements of a webpage load, and how long they take. (via Daring Fireball)

  4. Make.text

    Bookmarklet to convert a web page into Markdown syntax (which I’ve started to use almost everywhere). Could be handy. (via Daring Fireball)

  5. SimpleXML processing with PHP

    Nice clear explanation and examples (for PHP5). Will be handy sometime I’m sure. If only it was as simple in PHP4. (via Daring Fireball)

  6. Piecing IT together » Blog Archive » Why Calendars are hard

    In the unlikely event I need a summary of why it’s difficult to code decent calendaring. (via Blech)

  7. Surfin’ Safari - Blog Archive » Understanding HTML, XML and XHTML

    Why you (and I) should probably be using HTML 4 rather than XHTML. Oops. (via Daring Fireball)

  8. Taming Your Multiple IE Standalones

    If you’ve installed several versions of Internet Explorer in Windows XP, here’s how to make them work better.

  9. Corunet. El blog » The definitive heatmap

    How to make your own clickmap thing using Javascript, Ruby, ImageMagick. (via Kottke)

  10. Clickdensity - website heat maps for usability and information architecture

    Interesting-looking thing for measuring where people click on your pages (although I haven’t tried it).

  11. Mint: A Fresh Look at Your Site

    $30, looks lovely, but can’t be installed or administered using Win IE. Doh.

  12. Digerati Consulting: awstats on TextDrive

    How to install AWStats on a TextDrive server. Actually worked.

  13. Peastat

    “Peastat is a simple, free, ‘live’ web stats analyser.”

  14. Movable Type Beta Weblog - Converting from dirified title to basename

    Because I keep losing this article and need it occasionally.

  15. SIMILE | Timeline | Documentation

    DHTML thing for creating nice scrollable timelines. (via Yoz)

  16. Web Development with… Safari : journal : hicksdesign Ο°

    If you download a WebKit nightly build there’s a handy inspector for debugging CSS problems in Safari.

  17. Vitamin Features » HTML Emails - Taming the Beast

    For future reference. Although I really hope I never ever need it (via Plasticbag).

  18. Building Scalable Web Sites: Books

    Cal has a book out! Sounds interesting and very useful.

  19. AMK design | Last 10 tracks on your website

    Simple but good PHP code for putting your recent tracks on your site. Inspired me to rewrite all my stupidly over-engineered code for along the same lines. (via Kottke)

  20. | Your free online color matching toolbox

    Another colour scheme generator. I need all the help I can get.

  21. Color Scheme Generator 2

    There are loads of these around, but this seems a nice example.

  22. Mod_rewrite Cookbook - FrontPage

    Very handy resource for mod_rewrite recipes. It’s like some arcane magic to me.

  23. Aplus :: z-pos

    Detailed exploration of an Internet Explorer CSS z-index bug. It saved my sanity last week.

  24. Quick guide to somewhat advanced JavaScript

    Helping me brush up my entrenched Web 1.0 JavaScript skills.

  25. SortedTable example

    Dynamically sorted and rearranged HTML tables using Javascript.

  26. Yahoo open up their UI libraries… (

    Links to all Yahoo’s shiny developer things in one handy place for me to never get round to reading.

  27. dBug

    Very handy PHP class for displaying easily comprehensible variable information. Has no doubt been referred to as “var_dump on steroids” by someone. (via Tim/twisty)

  28. Particletree · Quick Guide to Prototype

    Another guide to using the Javascript library. One day I’ll use it rather than just post links to documentation. (via Tom Carden)

  29. Top 10 custom JavaScript functions of all time

    Some of the most commonly repeated functions. (via Tim/twisty)

  30. Rico - JavaScript for Rich Internet Applications

    Library for Ajaxy drag-and-drop type stuff, extending prototype.js. (via Tim/twisty)

  31. » — Lookin’ Good

    On using Movable Type as a CMS for Seed magazine’s website. Mainly because I need the four MT plug-ins mentioned and I’ll forget their names otherwise. (via Kottke)

  32. Using prototype.js v1.3.1

    Unofficial documentation for the Prototype Javascript library. (via Tim)

  33. PHP5 Exception Use Guidelines

    Trying to get my head round using Exceptions.

  34. Ludoo » PHP 101 - PEAR error handling

    Trying to get my head round using Exceptions.

  35. Notes on PEAR_Exception - phly, boy, phly

    Trying to get my head round using Exceptions.

  36. RailsOnPairNetworks in Ruby on Rails

    How to install Ruby on Rails on a shared server. Apparently a bit slow though, as FastCGI or mod_ruby can’t be used.

  37. Edevil’s weblog » Javascript libraries roundup

    Handy collection of Javascript libraries for complicated things for future reference. (via Yoz)

  38. ColorMatch 5K :: the original

    complicated colour scheme generator (crashed my browser once though)

  39. Color Blender

    Eric Meyer’s nifty colour blender

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

    Response to some of the criticisms in the previous review.

  41. 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.

  42. 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.

  43. 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.

  44. Slashdot | DHTML Utopia

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

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