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Jun 4, 2006 Jul 8, 2006 - 05:49:57

any browser

any browser
At anybrowser.org/campaign Cari D. Burstein is campaigning for websites to be completely browser independant, and not optimised for browser x, y or z. Cari has written a design guide for this purpose, and I must say I agree with her goals. To me, most of the items discussed there boil down to good website accessability standards, and I must say,...
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Jul 7, 2006 - 03:01:13

htaccess and php security

Apache .htaccess and php security
As anybody who has worked with Apache's .htaccess can confirm, it is a mighty and dangerous tool! 
You can use it for several purposes like changing the default page, URL rewriting, redirection, securing directories, but not everybody knows that you can also use it to influence your PHP settings.
Normally...
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Jul 4, 2006 - 03:30:15

microformats and hcards

Microformats and hcards
Just recently I learned about the latest buzz in web development; microformats  
Now what are microformats, and why do I think they are here to stay? Microformats are a way of applying semantic meaning to information while maintaining user visibility of that information at the same time. This can be done by means...
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Jul 1, 2006 - 03:46:24

php security

PHP security
This part of the blog is dedicated PHP security issues and how to solve them.
I do not strive to be complete here on the subject of PHP and security, but will add random security blog entries as we go along.
Maybe in the future I will try and write a more complete article on the subject, but for now I want to start with a simple...
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Jun 30, 2006 - 04:33:11

xml tryouts

XML tryouts Up until some time ago I mainly used shared databases and distributed backups for syndicating content like store items, ring-tones, WAP games etc.
I used to be quite reluctant on implementing XML to share data among applications residing on different servers. This was mainly for reasons of performance issues with real time transfer of...
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Jun 27, 2006 - 02:39:29

humor

Does humor belong in web development?
This one was found on www.poisonedminds.com If you have nice webdevelopment comics or jokes let me know, or post them as a comment here..


Jun 26, 2006 - 04:49:11

SAJAX

SAJAX Want to get started with developing AJAX? Well, I certainly can recommend SAJAX , developed by modernmethod.com, but hey why would you listen to me?
This is what they say themselves:

SAJAX is an open source tool to make programming websites using the Ajax framework — also known as XMLHTTPRequest or remote scripting — as...
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Jun 26, 2006 - 04:47:36

code validation

Validating (X)HTML on your site and fixing them errors
There is a simple way to see if your web page's (X)HTML conforms to the w3c coding standards: Just put a link to http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=referer  on any page you want to validate, and when you open that url from your page you will see an error report on your page's validity. Now as it...
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Jun 26, 2006 - 04:45:27

webdev blog

Learning PHP functions? I just found this great service for those interested in learning more about PHP functions!
Go to http://balluche.free.fr/bgetphpmanualpage.php?type=basic  and a random page from the php.net manual will open.
Good for those moments that you just want to read and learn a little about PHP. Bookmark the above link for...
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Jun 26, 2006 - 04:44:47

session time outs

PHP and Session time outs! While working on a text on PHP v4 vs PHP v5 to go here I had a session time out. So that needed to be fixed first... After some research on php.net I decided to try and do <?php ini_set ( 'session.gc_maxlifetime' , 10880 ); ?> in my script configuration file, that  should do the trick I hope. I will soon enough...
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Jun 26, 2006 - 04:42:21

script blog

Live development script: Anyway, as I am rambling away randomly, I just discovered one of the coolest and most dangerous scripts I've seen in years; I quote from their site at http://www.hping.org/phpinteractive/
 
"PHP Interactive is a simple PHP program that lets the user to write code in a text area (actually multiple text areas, with...
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Jun 26, 2006 - 04:41:40

ZEND certification

ZEND CERTIFICATION I am currently (although the last days I have been doing other things) working on getting the ZEND certification.
 
I ordered and received the ZEND Certification Study Guide and the ZEND PHP Certification Practice Test Book, which were delivered to my house surprisingly quick.
What strikes me is the huge price...
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Jun 26, 2006 - 04:40:42

blogrolling

Blogrolling
 We have decided to make our personal blogroll public through this site. From now on you can find the blogs we take special interest in at the right of each blog page.


Jun 26, 2006 - 04:39:52

blog start

Miranet Webdesign blog page!
Finally I've decided it's time to start a little blog here. Don't expect me to update this really often, as i have bad habits with habits!
And in good Miranet fashion we will build our own blogging application as we go along. So this is the first page, and I will try put some dummy design in it to see what I would...
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Jun 26, 2006 - 04:37:04

personal

My dig on the blog? Well, for now I think this blog should be mainly informative on web development issues, but also other, more personal subjects could come up here. So maybe I should tell a little more about myself here;
 
My name is Vincent Bakker, and I was born in Maastricht, the Netherlands at July 17 1964. I studied electronics and...
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