- *HTML/CSS Target IE6 and IE7 with only 1 extra character in your CSS
- This is my absolute favorite CSS "trick" that I think everyone should know about - definitely check it out....To get around the inadequacies and bugs of IE6 and IE7, I see people going to great lengths and even adding a second stylesheet with conditional comments when we all preach at the same time to minimize HTTP requests.
- *Programming Cross domain AJAX querying with jQuery
- This post IS NOT about jQuery’s JSONP support. This post is about how to make AJAX queries to domains other then yours. Basically how to achieve cross domain scripting with jQuery. You will need to put a PHP proxy to between you and the rest of the world. This cross domain querying solution works because you actually loading the content from your own domain.
- *Miscellaneous Starter HTML email templates for your email marketing campaigns
- Looking for simple HTML email templates that don't break? Here are four basic, flexible templates that you can use to get started. They've been tested to render properly in all the major email programs, like Outlook 2007, Lotus Notes, Gmail, and more. Just download all the templates in one .ZIP file and customize any way you want with your favorite text editor.
- *Programming Whitehouse.gov picked apart. Verdict: Site could be twice as fast.
- Article breaking down inefficiencies of this very prominent web site.
- *HTML/CSS 13 Must-Have Add-ons To Strengthen Firebug
- Firebug is probably one of the most helpful tools used when developing websites. It also has another feature, which is extendibility with help of Firefox add-ons. There are various add-ons that can add more power to Firebug for creating better & faster. Here they are.
- *HTML/CSS 25 Scripts for Dropdown Navigation Menus
- Navigation menus are important to any website. Well designed navigation can improve the look and appearance of a site as well as the usability. For larger sites with a lot of content or pages, drop down menus are popular because the can make it easier to move through the site with less clicks.