Articles From 2001
One of the biggest hassles for any programmer in any language is working with date formats. […]
A frequent query in the various scripting newsgroups concerns how to handle forms that are split over multiple pages. […]
Gary from Leatherhead emailed to say that he's an ASP programmer trying to learn PHP, and has run into a couple of problems with the equals sign. […]
Last month we looked at Perl, the oldest Web scripting language, and Visual Basic Active Server Pages, one of the most common. […]
For those who spend their days, and often evenings, working on heavyweight Web projects, it becomes very easy to fall into the trap of becoming, well, an expert, especially if you work as part of a large team or visit on-line Web developer communities. […]
Recently, an interesting email turned up from the folks who run mad. […]
Welcome to a brand-new Real World column that isn't really new at all. […]
Paul spotted a question on a new media mailing list which asked, 'Can anyone recommend an absolute beginners' guide to Web site design type of book?' Paul's advice was that if you want to become a great Web designer, then forget Web books for a while and first go out and read some general design books - books like Design for the Real World by Victor Papanek. […]
'Should I use frames on my site?' A common question, and one where the answers usually range from 'You should never use frames,' through to, 'I quite like frames, actually'. […]
A few months ago we explained how to add a newsfeed to your site to keep it fresh. […]
The other day, a friend asked for advice on how to set a time-out on the splash page on his site. […]
There was a time, and it wasn't that long ago, when the average chief technical officer (CTO) spent his mornings reading emails, lunchtimes 'doing lunch' and the afternoons reading emails that had arrived during lunch. […]
…The team at CST seem to instinctively understand the needs of our business.
— Mike McMinn, IT Director at Marston's PLC.