2000 Bloggers

I’d forgotten about this having signed up a little while ago. I was reminded this morning when I started to spot some new incoming links appearing into my website. We’re 2000 bloggers from all walks of life, from mommy bloggers to marketing bloggers: Some are SEO experts, some are writers, some are sports enthusiasts, some […]

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No More Spam – Update

In a little over a month my post about email obfuscation techniques has started to show some results. On Jan 11th I posted a page with some unique email addresses listed. 3 were obfuscated using various methods and the 4th was the control. Yesterday the first email came through to the control email from a […]

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Code Igniter pagination tutoral

Yannick Lyn Fatt has published an excelent tutorial on using pagination within Code Ignitor on the Godbit Project website. I spent many hours last week setting up pagination on my first Code Igniter based project and had intended to write up the technique sometime this weekend. Looks like I don’t have to worry now! Thanks […]

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Firebug v1 out today

Just a quick post about this new extension. Firebug v1.0 was just realeased and it just looks great. If you’ve been a web developer since 1994 or if you’re just learning html then download this (you’ve got Firefox already right) and check it out. Certainly all my future students are going to have to install this…

Multiple versions of IE

For a long time I was running multiple versions of Internet Explorer under Windows XP. These standalone versions I would get from browsers.evolt.org. The only frustrating thing with these browsers was that conditional comments didn’t work and although there is a great article called Taming Your Multiple IE Standalones on Position is Everything I’m lazy. Since upgrading my […]

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Code Igniter

It’s been a while since I’ve posted but wanted to let you know about a newish framework that I have come across and so far seems very promising. There’s been a lot of excitement about frameworks recently following on from the success of Ruby on Rails. Having played with Rails a little I decided I […]

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Should I make a flash site?

I always seem to be having this debate with my web development students so it was very welcome to find this easy decision making flow chart. I will definitely be using this in class and I hope it will help you with your own web projects.