CMMI and CSS Hacks vs Conditional Comments

1 11 2010

For today’s post I thought it might be instructive to enlighten web developers and others with regard to a subject that we rarely if ever think about, Read the rest of this entry »

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Buzz Words …

20 08 2010

There are a lot of buzz words that a PHP Developer needs to know these days. Read the rest of this entry »





Views and PHP: Part I

17 08 2010

As a PHP Developer looking for work during the current economic downturn, I can always depend on the interviewer asking if I know about MySQL5’s views. Read the rest of this entry »





Views and PHP: Part III

17 08 2010

The previous two parts were basically a set up for the drama that shall shortly enfold involving PHP and MySQ with respect to generating a brief revenue report. Read the rest of this entry »





JavaScript Triggering PHP Without Page Reload

24 07 2010

Same issue as in previous post JavaScript Triggering PHP but let’s do it without a page reload. Read the rest of this entry »





Compression – Part III: .js and .css files

13 04 2010

Recently I reviewed PHP’s ob_gzhandler() which only pertains to compressing PHP files. So, what can one do about having .css or .js files sent by the web server in a compressed form decompressed by a supporting browser? Read the rest of this entry »





Compression – Part I

6 04 2010

Probably when you think of compression you may think of a gzip file or something that may have been winzipped. But there is another kind of compression, one that is especially helpful for JavaScript Read the rest of this entry »








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