Archive for February, 2011

Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011

Automatic Tabbing

The addition of a small piece of JavaScript can set up a form so that our visitors can’t enter more characters than required in a field because as soon as the field is full the cursor tabs to the next field (assuming they have JavaScript enabled of course). Automatic Tabbing

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

Member’s Area Price Reduction

While there are lots of products now available in the Bronze and Silver sections of my Web Design/Development Member’s Area, there are not very many in the Gold section. As the section is not growing at anywhere near the rate that I had hoped, I have decided that a reduction in the gold membership price […]

Sunday, February 13th, 2011

Delete on Startup

Automating processes with your computer is relatively easy when you know how. You don’t need to find special software to be able to clear out the content of a specific folder each time you start your computer, you just need to tell Windows to do it for you. Delete on Startup

Thursday, February 10th, 2011

The Windows XP Firewall

A firewall is one of the ways in which you can protect your computer from unauthorised access from other people. Ideally you want a firewall that both blocks incoming access except as responses to outgoing requests and which also blocks outgoing requests except from those programs you specifically authorise to make such requests. This latter […]

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

The Art of Computer Programming 4A

The complex nature of the material of this book as well as its length meant that I wasn’t able to read the book as thoroughly as I normally would before writing the review (at least not if I expect to get any other work done this year). As a result this review is based on […]