"Articles What I Have Wrote"
These articles are divided into a number of different sections depending on their subject.
- HTML for the World Wide Web (with XHTML and CSS)
- Elizabeth Castro
Well-formedness is the new black! Adhering to web standards and marking up your documents correctly ensures that your web pages will be future-proof and should always display correctly (browser shortcomings notwithstanding).
- The Zen of CSS Design
- Dave Shea and Molly Holzschlag
Cascading Stylesheets are a powerful tool for efficiently setting site-wide presentational styles with minimal effort. Time saved by being able to see a change in one file reflected across the entire site is invaluable.
- DOM Scripting
- Jeremy Keith
You are welcome to use any of the scripts featured in these articles either unaltered or tweaked for your own purposes, but please ensure credit is given where it's due.
- What is DOM Scripting?
- Ever wanted to know? Well now's your chance to find out?
- Advice for Building Library Objects
- I could never readily find such advice when I wanted it, so here I've distilled my own limited knowledge in the hope of helping others.
- Fade an Element
fadeElementscript adds simple animation by applying fade effects to objects on
- PHP and MySQL
- Larry Ullman
When you create your first dynamic page, you know you'll never write pages in the same way again. PHP is just one language used for creating dynamic content. Its advantages are that it's relatively easy to learn, all good web hosts provide for it and - best of all - it's FREE!
Getting computers to talk talk to each other sounds easy, but often isn't. This section covers the networking side of things.
- How to use Xbox Live with a Cisco ASA
- You mean I can't just Plug and Play?!
- A Short History of Nearly Everything
- Bill Bryson
Articles under the 'General' heading are those not directly related to any of the above headings. Usually these are pieces that have more to do with life outside the web or are about broader subjects not suited by a specific category.