Archive for August, 2009

Sunday, August 30th, 2009

Member’s Area

If you are interested in web design and/or web development they you have probably come across a few places offering to sell you all sorts of ebooks and other products to help you out. Along the way you have probably seen loads of products on internet marketing as well. Buying all those products is a […]

Monday, August 17th, 2009

Password Protected Area Toolkit

With PHP 5 now well established as the version everyone should be using I decided it is time to stop worrying about whether my scripts will work in PHP 4 (I can always provide copies of the old version to anyone desparate for it). The first of my scripts to have the database access converted […]

Tuesday, August 11th, 2009

The Myth of Security

On a completely different topic from yesterday’s book review. This book is written by someone inside the security industry and tells just what the real state of security is currently. What security works and what doesn’t. The Myth of Security

Monday, August 10th, 2009

Even Faster Web Sites

I seem to be reviewing lots of books this month. This particular one is on ways to make your web site operate faster. Even Faster Web Sites

Saturday, August 8th, 2009

Records and Blocks

A proper understanding of the difference between records and blocks will help you to understand how efficiently or inefficiently different file structures can be read and written. Records and Blocks

Thursday, August 6th, 2009

Interesting Stats

Just looking at my site stats since the beginning of the month and for the first time Firefox leads the stats. Firefox : 42.5% Internet Explorer : 42.3%IE6 = 16.1%, IE7 = 15.2% and IE8 = 10.8% Google Chrome : 4.8% Safari : 3.0% Mozilla : 2.1% Opera : 1.6%

Tuesday, August 4th, 2009

Feeding Twitter

If you have a blog as well as a twitter account then you can automatically tweet all your blog posts. It doesn’t matter what blogging software you use as long as it provides an RSS feed as there are several external options available that can tweet straight from that feed. Feeding Twitter

Monday, August 3rd, 2009

Build Your Own Database Driven Web Site

When writing books for beginners it can become difficult to work out the right compromise between introducing simple but inappropriate ways of doing things and more complicated correct ways of doing things. This becomes even more difficult if you are trying to introduce beginners to two subjects at the same time as this book does. […]

Sunday, August 2nd, 2009

Getting Started with Linux

So you want to try Linux but still want to keep your existing Windows setup. Well these days you have two options on how to do that. One such way is to install Linux into a virtual machine running on Windows. The other and simpler option is to install dual boot. Here’s some info on […]