- *Programming The Official MooTools Plugins Repository Is Here!
- The MooTools team launched the official MooTools plugin repository called MooTools Forge which aims to simplify finding the right MooTools plugin for your project. Finding the right plugin can at times be a crap shoot. The MooTools team is trying to solve this issue for their community.
- *HTML/CSS Using Modernizr to detect HTML5 features and provide fallbacks
- *Programming PHP mail() Email Injection Attack Allows Spammers to Send Email
- The injection attack works with any mailing script that uses the PHP mail() function. If the script accepts a name and email address, and formats those into the From: field of your email, then they can be used to insert extra email addresses anonymously. Thankfully, protecting yourself is quite easy.
- *Design 10 inspiring admin interfaces
- Clients pay big bucks for sexy frontend designs but don’t want to be lost in ugly and unusable backends. Historically, many an administration interface had awful table-based layouts with complicated menus and unreadable data. It is time to reverse the trend: UX goes beyond frontend, and if we can code beautiful frontends, we should build beautiful backends too.
- *Programming US Government Web Services and XML Data Sources
- This site is an attempt to document, in one place and in a uniform manner, the web services and XML data sources that are provided by the US government. The site includes source code snippets to help developers better understand how the data services can be used. The projects in which those snippets were extracted are available for download as zip files.
- *Programming jQuery Menu: Dropdown, iPod Drilldown, and Flyout styles with ARIA Support
- Create a simple dropdown menu for a single list of options, a flyout menu for a smaller hierarchical list of options where child menus are displayed next to the parent menu on mouseover, and two variations on the iPod style, one with a back button and another with a linked breadcrumb to let users easily traverse back up the hierarchy.