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XSLT for Elitists
Unsatisfied with the technological eliteness afforded by demanding that CSS is
the solution to every web problem, James Gregory looks into the next phase of
Author: James Gregory | Date: 12 October 2009
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Author: James Gregory | Date: 20 May 2009
The Anchor Website: .py in the Sky: PART 4
The fourth and final part of this epic saga details the freely available tools
,that we use to roll out anchor.com.au and to keep track of updates to it.
Author: James Gregory | Date: 20 February 2006
Store Finder: A postcode based store finding systemIf you're a wholesaler or franchise operator, a postcode based store finding system could make a big difference to your business. In this article, Daniel Vidoni looks at the Store Finder postcode lookup system and other strategies.
Author: Daniel Vidoni | Date: 28 October 2005
What types of Content Management Systems are available?Article outlining content management system, what they are, and how you can use them to maintain your site.
Author: Daniel Vidoni | Date: 12 October 2004
XML-RPC over SSL in PythonNeed a secure mechanism for bossing other computers around?
What about a new and exciting way to abuse Python's runtime dynamism? This
article has it all and it's got all the code to copy and paste too.
Author: James Gregory | Date: 21 September 2004
Web Application Security for Beginners
Many security incidents today stem from insecure web applications. In
this article Marc describes the first cardinal rule in web application
development: Input validation.
Author: Marc Bown (firstname.lastname@example.org) | Date: 25 May 2004
CSS Workarounds for IE
If you've just joined the enlightened cognoscenti harnessing the power of CSS
to simplify your web-work, you're probably only now starting to experience the
slings and arrows of outrageous standards non-compliance imposed on us by none
other than Microsoft's Internet Explorer. Fortunately there are solutions, and
other people have done all of the work for you. James Gregory exposes some
clever tricks to help you along the way to persuading Internet Explorer to
work with exciting new CSS techniques.
Author: James Gregory | Date: 10 May 2004
An introduction to rapid web-development with CSSJames Gregory introduces CSS as a simple way to keep your
websites consistent and to make formatting changes fast
Author: James Gregory | Date: 26 March 2004
5 Features in Dreamweaver You Did Not Think ExistedYou have heard the hype about using Dreamweaver. It is an
amazing program to use in order to develop websites for today's crazy
web-world. Now let us take a glimpse at 5 amazing features inside the
Author: Josh Singer | Date: 23 March 2004
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