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Sql Dba Architect Position At Large Enterprise Company In Midtown Manhattan

SQL Database Administrator/Architect to work within the IT Department (Non Development Role)

POSTION: SQL DBA Administrator/Architect

Compensation: $120k+

STATUS: Temp to Permanent Employee (Full-Time)

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Amazon Is Hiring

by Julianam | Amazon is Hiring! Hundreds of jobs across the organization including Kindle, BizDev, Amazon Web Services (the cloud), and new products. Read more »

Web Graphic Designer

by mfmcdonnell | Web Graphic Designer for Automotive portal management company located in Chicago, IL Read more »

Director Of Application Development B2c Jersey City Nj

by jommelli | A growing B2C in Jersey City is seeking a Director of Application Development. This is a newly created position and will manage open source web application and MS SQLServer reporting development. Read more »

Lead Scientific Programmer Analyst

by Leslie Dean | Job Title: Lead Scientific Programmer/Analyst

Company Name: Science Systems and Applications, Inc.

Location: Suitland, MD

SSAI seeks a Lead Programmer/Analyst to provide science and software support to the NOAA Environmental Satellite Processing Center applications specifically... Read more »

Sr Php Developer Ajax Html Css Xml Jquery Json Cranbury Nj Full Time Permanent Role Must Be Done Onsite

by msweeny | MAS Recruiting is a retained search firm that specializes in assisting candidates to secure employment in such industry verticals as technology, software, alternative energy, chemicals, a... Read more »

Director Of Technology 150k Base Nyc

by Synergy one | Base- 150k - Full time Perm

Location: NYC

Director of Technology

Reports to the CEO , COO

Responsibilities

Responsible for defining, directing, delivering and leading the company’s technology development, operations and solutions... Read more »

Lamp Systems Architect Nyc 125k Base

by Synergy one | Systems Architect

Location: New York, NY

Reports to: VP, Engineering

Salary: $125K + Bonus + Benefits

Fulltime W2

Our client is an exciting company in the digital media space. They produce an advertising platform to allow their clients ... Read more »

Director Of Engineering Nyc 150k Base

by Synergy one | Director of Engineering

Location: New York, NY

Reports to: VP, Engineering

Salary: $150K + Bonus + Benefits

Fulltime W2

Our client is an exciting company in the digital media space. They produce an advertising platform to allow their cl... Read more »

4 Month Contract Opportunity In Geneva Php Developer

by mossara |

PHP Developer needed in Geneva

I am searching for an experienced PHP developer to join a project team in Geneva, Switzerland. This is to start as soon as possible and would be a four-month contract. There is the possibility for it to become ... Read more »

Sr Php Developer Position Full Time Based In Croydon London Only Uk Based Candidates

by upen | Sr PHP/Zend developer full-time position- Croydon (candidates based in UK only)

We are looking for PHP developer for one of our client based in Croydon London.

Our client is a leading Web Based Marketing and Advertising Company, operating globally with their Head Office in Cro... Read more »

Lamp Architect Developer New York City

by jommelli | NYC based privately held Internet company with a strong international business model seeking an exceptional LAMP Architect/Developer to lead a team of four developers in the ongoing development and expansion of the software that drives their profitable business. Read more »

Web Developer Php Mysql Magento

by magicpaul | Salary: £20-£30k

Location: London (E2)

Limesharp is looking for a full time web developer to work out of our super-cool London office who will be responsible for taking XHTML/CSS produced by designers and integrating it with the Magento template engine, creating custom modules a... Read more »

Asp Net C And Php Developer Melbourne

by designjunction | Design Junction are a Melbourne based website design company, our offices are located in the Docklands, Melbourne. Our web design firm specialise in custom website design, website development and Internet Marketing.

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The Four Low Tech Aspects That Are Most Valuable To Tech Projects

by mandyminor | Much of a tech project’s success rides on low tech aspects like interpersonal relations, project management, and knowing the target users of what you’re making. If you don’t have control of these your project won’t be as good as it could be.

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Senior Lamp Developer For Earth Org Remote Fulltime

by earth org | Hello, my name is Vadim and i am looking for a Senior LAMP Developer for Earth.org

Earth.org is a collaboratively written travel guide with a non profit approach. Our vision is to provide free and reliable travel information, which we consider as hard to find in between so much adver... Read more »

London Php Developer Web 2 0 Travel Website

by sletoh | We are looking for a smart, code-loving developer for start-up hotel price comparison website www.sletoh.com. Great opportunity for a full-time permanent member of staff to join a very small, growing company - the right candidate could go far in this role. Read more »

Lead Php Developer

by jason.carter | Looking for excellent PHP developers in London.

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Online Sales And Marketing For Earth Org

by earth_org | Online Marketing and Sales for Earth.org (part-time, remote)

Earth.org is a collaboratively written travel guide with a non profit approach. Our vision is to provide free and reliable travel information, which we consider as hard to find in between so much advertising.

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Usability Expert For Earth Org

by earth_org | Usability Expert for Earth.org (5 to 10h/week - remote)

Earth.org is a collaboratively written travel guide with a non profit approach. Our vision is to provide free and reliable travel information, which we consider as hard to find in between so much advertising.

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Online Sales Manager For Earth Org

by earth_org | Online Sales Manager at Earth.org (part time, remote)

<--this is a quite narrow profile, you need to have relevant experience in online media sales-->

<--we might consider also a full time position in case you are doing the direct sales-->

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Fundraising Manager For Earth Org

by earth_org | Lead a fundraising venture Inside Earth.org (10 to 20 hrs weekly, remote)

Earth.org is a collaboratively written travel guide with a non profit approach. Our vision is to provide free and reliable travel information, which we consider as hard to find in between so much advertising.Read more »

Analytics Manager Data Mining Search Engine Optimization

by earthdotorg |

Earth.org is currently looking for an Analytics manager with data mining skills. You provide ad-hoc support (5h/week - remote) for our marketing department and work with our SEO manager.

Earth.org is a collaborative travel guide with a non profit approach. Our visi... Read more »

Senior Interactive Developer

by kovikom | Talented, experienced, dedicated Interactive Developer needed to join Kovikom Interactive GmbH, Goldach, Switzerland. Candidate will develop and manage websites, widgets, applications, onlineadvertising, rich media campaigns, database-driven sites and all other new media oriented projects. Read more »

Do You Really Need A Website

by erika |

With so much user-generated content around these days, do businesses really need their own websites to establish an online presence? Erika asks some tough questions.

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Webmarketer

by earthdotorg | Webmarketer (10h/week - remote)

Earth.org is building a Web2.0 travel guide with a responsible mindset, collaboratively sourced from users and travellers around the world. At Earth.org we don’t just talk about responsibility, we act, by giving at least 50% of our profits to environ... Read more »

Online Sales Manager

by earthdotorg | Online Sales Manager at Earth.org (5-10h/week, remote)

<--this is a quite narrow profile, you need to have relevant experience in online media sales-->

Earth.org is building a Web2.0 travel guide with a responsible mindset, collaboratively sourced from users and travellers aro... Read more »

Save The Validators

by erika |

Any front-end web developer knows how much the World Wide Web Consortium validators have done not just for our markup skills, but for the web itself. Due to the cost of operations these heavily-used and much-appreciated tools are now in j... Read more »

De Top 10 Leugens Die Klanten Vertellen

by malistudio |

Oorspronkelijke titel/original title: Top 10 Lies told by Clients

Als je commercieel aan de slag gaat, dan is zorgen dat je je werk goed doet maar een klein deel van je taak. Regelmatig zie ik treurige voorbeelden ... Read more »

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The List Tip Tradition

by erika | Tipping is an evolt.org discussion list tradition; the way a list member voluntarily "pays" for an off-topic, chatty, or high noise-to-signal post. Read more »

E Commerce Project Manager Position

by jdavis | Manage the day-to-day operations, program roll outs, maintenance & overall quality control for e-commerce websites. Lead project teams through aspects of web based projects including development of project plans, scope of definition, execution and follow up. 5 yrs experience in e-commerce ... Read more »

Design For Iphone A Device That Thinks Different

by erika |

One Saturday afternoon, I agreed to take my daughter to the AT&T store, just to LOOK at an iPhone... touch one... explore a little. MISTAKE. I should have duct-taped myself to the mast — and my wallet to my ass — because next thing I knew (after daughter demoed it ... Read more »

Css Coder For Earth Org Remote Part Time

by earthdotorg | To complete our technical team Earth.org is looking for 1 (one) more passionate, dedicated, ingenious, responsible and underpaid CSS coder (10 hours/week), who will play a significant role in the technical development of Earth.org. Read more »

Web Designer Remote Work

by hrsmalltreemedia | We are an internet consultancy firm seeking a front-end web designer. We are looking for someone who is passionate about CSS and HTML and who has a good grasp of Photoshop. You do not need to be a very good graphics designer, but you do need a solid understanding of CSS/HTML as well as a s... Read more »

Junior Technical Director For Web Development Firm

by SusanV | Junior Technical Director for Web Development Firm

1 vacancy

thruSITES is a web design and development firm, with two offices in the United Kingdom. We have a talented team of over 10 employees, partners and specialists. We pride ourselves on taking ideas and bringing them to life... Read more »

Investis Ltd Is Recruiting Freelance Content Builders

by kjs23 | Investis are the leading specialists in providing online corporate communications services to Europe’s public companies. We designed and built more corporate websites for European quoted companies in 2007 than any other agency. Inv... Read more »

Sr Project Manager Qa Analyst Nyc

by jommelli | An eight year old, profitable e-commerce group is looking for a strong project manager with 2-3 years experience as project manager on scalable e-commerce web projects.

This is an environment in which you can make a difference, and in which your work will receive recognitio... Read more »

Senior Php Developer Hoboken New Jersey

by jommelli | A high-growth direct merchant selling their own brands through all mass media, but primarily through their web site, is growing their application development team in Northern New Jersey. They are seeking a strong PHP / SQL application developer.

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Interactive Art Director London

by Pascal Auberson | We’re looking for an Interactive Art Director to join Specialmoves.

For us it’s a given that you’ll be highly creative and able to direct and critique all aspects of visual design including illustration, 2D & 3D animation, screen design and motion graphics.

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A Very Simple And Effective Captcha

by Frank Marion |

I have a very simple anti-bot spam technique that works extremely well. It requires no javascript, cookies or complicated server weirdness, is fully accessible, has no hidden fields, has negligible overhead and takes just a moment or two to implement. It requires that the user fill out ... Read more »

Technically Focused User Experience Designer

by Pascal Auberson | Specialmoves are a high-end production company servicing the interactive industry. We work with above-the-line and digital agencies providing consultancy and build skills to help them deliver ‘wow’ level interactive projects.

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Creatively Focused User Experience Designer

by Pascal Auberson | Specialmoves are a high-end production company servicing the interactive industry. We work with above-the-line and digital agencies providing consultancy and build skills to help them deliver ‘wow’ level interactive projects.

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Earth Org Web 2 0 Programmer

by earthdotorg | Freelance Web 2.0 programmer for Earth.org (LAMP)

The Earth.org team is small, open-minded, dedicated and scattered across the world. Earth.org is a place for professionals who excel in working independently at the work place of your choice.

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Creative Coder South East London

by digisam | We are looking for a perm coder to come join us in our newly expanded studio in Brixton.

JPCreative are expanding rapidly, with new studio, new identity (launching soon) and importantly lots of loverly new cleints.

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User Experience Designer Role Uk

by Pascal Auberson | Specialmoves are a high-end production company servicing the interactive industry. We work with above-the-line and digital agencies providing consultancy and build skills to help them deliver ‘wow’ level interactive projects. We are looking for a User Experience Designer to join our ra... Read more »

Google Algorithm Update Analysis

by DaveDavies |

Anybody who monitors their rankings with the same vigor that we in the SEO community do will have noticed some fairly dramatic shifts in the algorithm starting last Thursday (July 5th) and continuing through the weekend. Many sites are rocketing into the top 10 which, of course, m... Read more »

Working With Hierarchical Data In Sql Using Ancestor Tables

by christian cadieux |

This document describe an approach to SQL queries of hierarchical data using ancestor tables. Multiple inheritance are allowed but cycles are not allowed for this approach to work.

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Job Usability Ui Expert Nyc Permanent Recruiter

by jommelli | Broadcasting group, HQ in NYC, is expanding their web offerings, building out and expanding current sites, developing and rolling out sites in parallel with new On Air offerings, is seeking a Usability / User Interface Expert Read more »

Information Architect

by mattio | Overall Job Objective:

This position is responsible primarily for maintaining and developing the interface and usability of our online products as well as helping to draft and implement an overall web strategy for the company. Read more »

Web Developer Chiswick London Uk

by 2byte |

Wild West, a small busy design agency, are seeking a bright developer with a good eye for design, layout and detail to join their friendly team in Chiswick.

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Passionate And Experienced Web2 0 Programmer Company

by Jessy J | Hitiki is looking for a passionate web 2.0 programmer/company to develop and implement our technical requirements. You will be working from any location you choose. Read more »

Senior Software Engineer Web Client For Game Company

by lea | Senior Software Engineer, Web Client

WE ARE REVOLUTIONIZING ENTERTAINMENT!

Can you bring depth, passion and talent in engineering to our high demand, highly scalable complex Web applications? Have you turned ideas into exceptional applications for e-commerce sites, games, or soci... Read more »

Lead User Interface Designer For Game Company

by lea | Lead User Interface Designer

WE ARE REVOLUTIONIZING ENTERTAINMENT!

Have you got the passion and talent to lead the User Experience team for web and mobile applications at the next great publisher of online games and entertainment? Have you turned product ideas into exceptional appl... Read more »

Web Developer Environmental Technology Outreach Silver Spring Md

by priddle | Environmental Management Support, a small, professional services consulting firm, has an immediate opening for a web developer with 1-3 years experience. You will work with our existing web team and federal clients developing, managing, and enhancing dynamic web sites and web-based applic... Read more »

We Are Looking For Qualified And Creative Writers

by nicoleornelas | We are looking for new experienced, deadline-oriented and highly responsible freelance writers who can write researches and theses on a variety of subjects.

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Looking For Freelance Web Ui Designer

by bfurlani | Looking for Web UI Designer to create a cutting edge web design and corporate branding. The successful candidate for this position is an individual who is extremely detail and task oriented and can create and apply cutting edge design look, color scheme, branding, task flow, interaction a... Read more »

Web Developer

by lexwellard |

Seamless Marketing and Communications Ltd. (www.seamless-marketing.co.uk) is looking for a Web developer who has a minimum of 6 months commercial experience to work at our offices in Bradford, West Yorkshire.

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Making Websites What S Your Target Audience

by navjotpawera | If putting your business online means maximising the outreach, and a global audience, then Web Standards just add sense to your sensibility. A browser is never going to buy anything from you. The users should always get your content, no matter what platform they use, what media device they... Read more »

Web 2 0 Marketing Assistant In India S Silicon Valley Bangalore

by Jessy J | To support our team we are looking for creative and web savvy trainees to:

develop and implement innovative (online) marketing strategies,

contribute to project design and development Read more »

Interactive Developer Specialmoves London

by Pascal Auberson | Specialmoves are looking for a talented Interactive Developer to join our team in London, England. Read more »

Director Of Web Technology Nyc Broadcasting

by jommelli | Director of Web Technology for a major television broadcasting company, to manage all aspects of the development of a new content based website, and the ongoing expansion of an already existing site. Read more »

Working With Fractions In Css And Php

by bpeh |

Most of us are uncomfortable with using fractions when writting programs. If we encounter a fraction, we will first convert it into a floating point number (with decimals) and proceed from there. Most programming languages would prefer to use 0.5 as opposed to 1/2 because the later conf... Read more »

Senior User Interface Designer Citrix Online Santa Barbara Ca

by kristenjohansen | Citrix Online is looking for a creative, detail-oriented Senior User Interface Designer to work on award-winning products such as GoToMyPC, GoToMeeting and GoToAssist. Read more »

Asp Developer Long Island Ny

by eclarkson | ASP Developer needed for multimedia portal/community website. Read more »

Web Application Developer

by kristyfrey |

The Web Application Developer is part of the application development team within Development and Alumni Systems. The primary focus of this position is to support web-related services for the Office of Development, Office of Alumni Relations, and the UB Foundation.   ... Read more »

Web Standards Coder Designer Advocate

by theMechanism | theMechanism, a graphic design and maxi-media agency with offices in NYC and London seeks a designer and web-standards xHTML coder of the highest order. Read more »

Web Developer Standards Evangelist At Paypal San Jose Ca

by kimberlyblessing | The Web Development Platform team at PayPal seeks a senior-level Web developer to work across multiple projects and teams to drive the adoption of Web standards. Read more »

1 Time Perl Wbbs Forum Move Setup Help

by palyne | PERL MySQL WBB forum move/setup. 1-time consult ~3-4hrs (est $150-200 US paypal prompt) telecommute Read more »

Website Developer Website Developer Job In Mumbai India

by rdalter | This web developer will completely manage the company’s Website

Make necessary changes to the website / Game portals as require

Create development plan for any changes/additions for site functions

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Quick Calendar Using Ajax And Php

by bpeh |

Online calendars are often used in many web applications. Though popular, the logic behind creating a calendar can be scary especially for those who are new to programming. There are many web calendars in the market but some of them are quite complicated. If we are not able to understan... Read more »

Senior User Interface Design Specialist

by jommelli | Major B2B information provider in NYC is seeking a strong senior user interface specialist for a contract or contract to permanent position. Read more »

Entry Level Actionscripter Nyc Interactive Agency Recruiter

by jommelli | 20 year old advertising agency - located in Union Square area of NYC, is seeking a junior Flash Actionscript coder. Read more »

Business Analyst For Institutional Investment Web Site Nyc

by jommelli | NYC Based investment group, with a major initiative in their customer facing web site, is seeking a business analyst to join their team. Read more »

Web Application Redesign Freelance Work

by joshfeingold | Web application redesign. Looking for a wicked graphical interface designer. Read more »

Can Wcag 2 0 Be Simpler

by Vladimir |

The new WCAG 2.0 standard draft sparked a hot discussion around web accessibility and the standard direction. The main issue is how to make it simpler and easier to understand for web developer community. The author investigates some WCAG 2.0 success criteria and explains, why they shou... Read more »

Web Programmer Amherst Ny

by quinlanco | Full-time programmer for PHP, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Linux/Apache development and ColdFusion. Zope/Python experience is a plus. Read more »

Php Actionscript Developer London Design Agency

by DeepLondon | Deep LLP is an award-winning, London-based web and graphic design agency. We are currently looking for talented Junior PHP/Actionscript Web Developer. Read more »

Melbourne Australia Freelance Web Developer

by Nikita | We are a Melbourne (Australia) based design studio in need of a web developer, on a contract basis (freelance to permanent role). This position is open only to individuals or contractors based in Melbourne.

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Web Developer In Las Vegas

by russ816 | Property Line has an immediate opening for a Web Developer.

Requirements:

- Web Development (PHP, MySQL, HTML, CSS, JavaScript)

- Understanding of Object Oriented Programming

- The ability to work in a team environment

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The Effects Of A Gated Internet On Small Business And The Web Hosting Industry

by jmcallister | Imagine this: You have a killer idea for a new online business. You spend months developing your web site. You soon discover that many internet service providers are forbidding their customers from viewing your site... Read more »

Noida Up India Web Developer

by shyam | Profile: Experienced web developers with pretty solid knowledge of coding in PHP (on Linux) and databases (Postgresql/MySql). Coding to standards, familiarity with Object Oriented coding, Unit Testing, Javascript/DOM, XML and syndication formats (RSS, Atom, NewsML) would b... Read more »

Ny Advanced Php Mysql Engineer

by rustybrick |

We are looking for highly motivated individuals with pleasant personalities and good organizational skills to work as a PHP / MySQL Web engineer. At least 2 years working experience with PHP technology and Web-based business applications is a must.

Must be willing to work ... Read more »

Nyc Sql Developer E Mail And Web Marketing Strategy

by jommelli | A boutique direct marketing strategy group, focused on providing targeted solutions to e-mail, web and mail campaigns.is seeking to add a junior to midlevel SQL programmer to their staff. Read more »

Experienced Freelance Web Designer Chinese Site

by nunnoz | Looking for an experienced freelance web designer who can read/write Mandarin to design a Mandarin entertainment website. Strong design, visual and layout skills required. Read more »

Creative Vision And Material Benefits

by JohnMartin | Principles of graphic design that online marketing companies should adopt Read more »

Freelance Php Developers London

by flubba | Experienced freelance PHP developers needed for web-based magazine, based in Kensington, London. Read more »

10 Worst Adwords Campaign Management Mistakes

by sstrategist | On today’s highly competitive Google AdWords pay per click (PPC) search engine, it is now more important than ever to ensure that your PPC campaigns are optimized to their utmost potential. You should be achieving maximum return on investment (ROI) for the keywords or phrases that are ... Read more »

Web Site Design Outside Contractor

by catsamuk |

The International Erosion Control Association (IECA), an educational non-profit organization, is soliciting proposals to redesign its existing web site to incorporate desired features, achieve the goals of the site, and promote the association’s brand image. This is a short term proje... Read more »

Php Localization With Tmx Standard

by nicolaasuni | One of the main concerns of internationalization consists of separating the main source code from the texts, the labels, the messages and all the other objects related to the specific language in use. This article briefly explains the TMX standard and presents a simple TMX PHP bridge. Read more »

Tech Lead Middle Tier Nyc Permanent

by jommelli | Financial services group, located in NYC, seeks a strong middle-tier Technical Lead for their web services group. Read more »

Tech Lead Front End Nyc Permanent

by jommelli | Global financial services group, headquartered in NYC, is seeking a technical lead for a major front-end development project. Read more »

Web Project Manager Seo Nyc

by jommelli | A leading broadcast/cable networks news division is seeking a Web Project / SEO Manager for their Development and Web Production department in New York City Read more »

Web Engineering Manager Nyc Recruiter

by jommelli | The interactive group of a major media company, located in midtown Manhattan. They seeking a Web Engineer for its Web Production and Development department. Read more »

Web Application Development Manager Nyc Recruiter

by jommelli | The Web Production and Development group of a major NYC based news organization is seeking a Manager of Application Development. Read more »

Seo For The Big Three

by DaveDavies | This article is a summary of the tactics and considerations one needs to make when seeking to rank highly on all three major search engines as opposed to focusing on just one. Read more »

Web Standards Should My Business Website Be Compliant

by NuBlue | Web standards is the new buzz phrase on the web. What are web standards? Web standards are basically the use of correct web coding standards as laid out by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). The web standards which are of most concern to modern business are XHTML and CSS coding practices... Read more »

Securing Forms Random Image

by DaButcher | You might have noticed those "Enter text as seen on image above" registration-forms. This article covers how you make your own, quick and simple! Read more »

L A Based Web Developer Full Time Or Contract Position

by joshuar | Description:

The Job:

• 80-90% coding and programming

• standards compliant xhtml that validates

• tableless css layouts

• browser specific style sheet distribution

• php / mysql for database interaction and dynamic content generation

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Seo For The New Google

by DaveDavies | For those whose businesses rely on the Internet to produce revenue the latest Google update, nicknamed Jagger, was one of the biggest events in the past couple years. With this 3-part update Google has essentially changed many of the rules and have thrown the Read more »

Project Manager E Commerce

by jommelli | Strong project manager for e-commerce and shared services for video production company in midtown Manhattan. Read more »

Junior Web Developer Job London

by nico_two | A key player in the creative department of our exciting, fast paced advertising agency you will be involved in designing and building all aspects of digital design from websites, viral marketing/games to online promotions for a dynamic range of clients as well as maintaining current websit... Read more »

Talented Web Developer Technical Designer Los Altos California

by stuntboard | Come join a well funded Web 2.0 startup that has a Google sized business opportunity! Read more »

Uk Freelance Developer Asp Net Sql

by RichardPixel | We require a freelance developer to work with us on a project by project basis, and maybe with one particular client (large & well known) who we doing on-going work for.

Your core skills will need to include ASP .Net, C#, XML, XSL, SQL Server, JavaScript and would also need a good kn... Read more »

W3c Compliance And Seo

by DaveDavies | With more and more competition for top search engine positioning every advantage helps. This article outlines how W3C compliance can help your SEO efforts (and visitor experience) and provides resources to help you bring your site into compliance. Read more »

Java Localization With Tmx Standard

by nicolaasuni | One of the main concerns of internationalization consists of separating the main source code from the texts, the labels, the messages and all the other objects related to the specific language in use. This article briefly explain the TMX standard and a simple TMX Java bridge. Read more »

Developer Web Services Group C Net Sql

by jommelli | Web Services Developer - NYC - C#, asp.net, .net framework, SQL Read more »

Developer Web Services Group C Net Sql Nyc

by jommelli | Web Services Developer - NYC - C#, asp.net, .net framework, SQL Read more »

Junior Java Swing Developer Nyc

by jommelli | Java GUI developer - 2-4 years Java experience - NYC Read more »

Submit An Article

by evolt.org | Sorry. Evolt.org is no longer accepting article or job posting submissions. Read more »

Javascript Contract Nyc Ny

by jommelli | 6 month contract, junior developer with strong javascripting skills. Midtown Manhattan Read more »

La Ventura Ca Interface Designer Front End Dev

by divinentd | Looking for a Web Standards expert to join a small team 8-10 person team working on web applications. Read more »

10 Steps To Higher Search Engine Positioning

by DaveDavies | This article outlines ten steps to help you get better search engine positioning. Read more »

Amsterdam Technical Evangelist Ria Web Standards

by jepc | Backbase is an innovative software company that develops software for Rich Internet Applications based on Internet Standards. We are looking for a Technical Evangelist who can get developers worldwide excited about Backbase. Read more »

Keyword Or Trademark Beware Of Ppc Poachers

by ideahamster | Google and Overture allow advertisers to purchase company and product names as keywords in pay-per-click campaigns. This allows companies to poach potential customers from their competition by having their ads appear whenever a consumer searches for a competitor by name. Read more »

Lotus Notes Html Email Consultant Needed

by adampasz | GlobalEnglish Corp, a leading eLearning company, is looking for a consultant with significant experience creating HTML emails that are compatible with the Lotus Notes email client. Ideally, you are familiar with how HTML support differs between versions of Lotus Notes, and also about Lotu... Read more »

London Web Developer Part Time Contract

by underdogmedia | In house developer needed in london, PHP, mySQL etc Read more »

Why Standards Compliant Html Matters

by raphael | High-quality, compact, elegant and standards-compliant code is one of the most obvious tools of good web development nowadays. However, it is sometimes difficult to convince the client to invest in that kind of quality. Here are some elements that can be used to build a case: outlining abu... Read more »

Nj Sr Qa Analyst Web Development Team

by jommelli | Sr. QA Analyst employee position within the web development team of a major investment management group in Secaucus NJ. Read more »

Your Customer Is A Search Engine

by ideahamster | While consumer confidence in advertising is at an all-time low their confidence in search engines is growing. Read more »

Nyc Developer Lead Intranet Employee

by jommelli | Leading financial services group is seeking a lead developer for their intranet development team. The location is midtown Manhattan, NY. Experience with .NET Framework applications and tools and UML required. Read more »

Of Web Sites And Pinball Machines

by ideahamster | Instead of thinking of your web site in terms of flowcharts and site maps, consider these five reasons your web site is like a pinball game. Read more »

Php Login System With Admin Features

by jpmaster77 |

Describes a complete PHP Login System with full Administrative Features that uses a MySQL database and can be easily integrated into any PHP/MySQL website.

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Governing Good Web Site Design

by ideahamster | Looking for a means to judge the quality of web design? A good place to start is with the US Federal Government, which provides more than 175 research-based guidelines. Read more »

Communication And Technology In The Workplace

by salvatore | A common dilemma facing businesses large and small alike is how best to equip their staff to deliver the largest amount of productivity, weighed against the increasing costs of the technology necessary to deliver that productivity. Here are some pointers to help you build a case for the m... Read more »

Part Time Website Designer Needed

by russ816 | Part time website design. Read more »

Nyc C Net Senior Developer

by jommelli | Solid financial services client in midtown Manhattan is seeking a senior developer for their Web Services Group. Read more »

C Sql Net Senior Programmer Analyst

by jommelli | Asset management group in Central Westchester County, NY, seeking a Senior Programmer/Analyst for a global equities research department. Read more »

To Boost Ad Results Improve Your Web Site

by ideahamster | Web sites are an important resource for consumers using traditional advertising. A recent study from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh identifies the affects the Internet has on advertising media. Read more »

Practical Search Engine Optimization

by jtnt | In this article we cut through the hype and mystery of SEO and offer tips and advice for making your site more search engine friendly that are easy to understand and implement. Read more »

Nyc Senior Perl Web Developer

by dkaufman | Trafficmac, a New York City online ad trafficking company, seeks a Senior Perl Web Developer Read more »

Nyc Junior Sysadmin Helpdesk Staffer

by dkaufman | Trafficmac, an online ad trafficking company, seeks junior system administrator to join our team in New York City (Manhattan). Read more »

Asp 3 Programmer Needed

by anaxamaxan | Client in need of a webmaster for servicing existing ASP web application. Read more »

How Good Does Your Web Site Look On Paper

by ideahamster | Even in the digital age, pen and paper play a critical role in creating an effective web site. Read more »

Css3 The New Frontier

by DanteCubed | Web Development stands on the edge of mostly unexplored territory — the mysterious realm of CSS3. How will CSS3 radically change the way we create websites? More importantly, what bits of CSS3 are already supported? This article will answer these questions. Read more »

Book Review Defensive Design For The Web

by branko | Contingency design lets you take all those things into account that can happen when real users start visiting your website. Defensive Design for the Web is a book that shows you in a clear and concise way what can go wrong and how to turn that to your advantage. Read more »

Play It Again Sam Flash Timelines In Reverse

by ideahamster | Sooner or later, every Flash developer is surprised to learn how difficult it is to play a movie backwards in FLASH. This brief tutorial presents an innovative approach. Read more »

Socket Programming In Python

by premshree | In this article I shall discuss socket programming in Python. I have explained the concepts using a sample Python client and a server. Read more »

On Time Every Time Timing Material In Cf

by gothwalk | Providing timed in and timed out material can allow you to kick back and relax over the holidays, secure in the knowledge that all your holiday graphics and greetings will appear on your site at the right time - and disappear again when the day is over. This article shows how to do this in... Read more »

Php Coding Contest

by MattWade | Codewalkers.com has released a new PHP Coding Contest. Write a program to play black jack. Read more »

Absolute Lists Alternatives To Divs

by patcoll | Learn how to structure your site with lists, for the crazed semantic in all of us. Read more »

Php Login Script With Remember Me Feature

by jpmaster77 | This tutorial will teach you how to create a login member system with the popular "Remember me" feature. Allows use of MySQL and flat file databases. Read more »

Talking Bout My Generation Marketing Research

by ideahamster | The benefits of conducting marketing research and the costs of conducting marketing research always seem to be at odds. A few simple measures can reduce these odds. Read more »

Dynamic Ip Redirection

by jverde | Those working on the internet as webdevelopers or webdesigners more than often find the need to host webservers on their own machines to let their clients follow their work. The problem is that as the IP changes, the address they gave their clients will stop working. To solve that, several... Read more »

Dynamic Web Menu System Requirements

by nicolaasuni | This article outlines some requirements for a Dynamic Web Menu System requirements, giving you a reference that will help you to more efficiently evaluate or design these systems. Read more »

Style Without Substance Will Html Email Survive

by ideahamster | While pop-up windows exhale a dying breath, HTML-based email messages find themselves looking at a similar fate. Surveys in 2003 are showing that plain text email messages are becoming more popular, and more successful, than HTML counterparts. Read more »

Did You Get My Email

by ideahamster | The only thing shorter than a New York minute is an email one. How to manage the expectations of emailers. Read more »

Php Coding Contest

by MattWade | Codewalkers.com has released a new PHP Coding Contest. Read more »

Mask Your Web Server For Enhanced Security

by port80 | Masking or anonymizing a Web server involves removing identifying details that intruders could use to detect your OS and Web server vendor and version. This information, while providing little or no utility to legitimate users, is often the starting place for crackers, blackhat hackers and... Read more »

Towards Next Generation Urls

by port80 | For many years we have heard about the impending death of URLs that are difficult to type, remember and preserve. The use of URLs has actually improved little thus far, but changes are afoot in both development practices and Web server technology that should help advance URLs to the next g... Read more »

A Brief Introduction To Cvs

by migurski | CVS, the Concurrent Versions System, is the developer’s magic bullet - it provides a centralized system for tracking changes, synchronizing edits from multiple contributors, and keeping numerous drafts of a project from getting out of hand. Read more »

Effectively Implementing Sql Phrasebooks

by tag | Implementing fast, portable SQL Phrasebooks using string formatting. Examples in PHP and Perl. Read more »

To Png Or Not To Png

by calimehtar | PNG was designed to replace GIF as the standard image format for lossless compression on the internet. It claims better compression than GIF, full alpha transparency, and gamma correction. All common browsers today support PNG in at least a limited way, and is a recommendation of the W3C.G... Read more »

Syndication Sharing Content Across Websites

by svdvliet | Content syndication via the Internet is rapidly becoming a popular way to disseminate content or to collect and redistribute it via other websites and intranets. Below we discuss how content syndication can benefit your organization. We explain the technology in clear and non-technical lan... Read more »

Mod Deflate And Apache 2 0 X

by spierzchala | Content Compression can be cheap and easy when you use mod_deflate in the new Apache 2.0.x Read more »

The Google Dance

by 4serendipity | Goolge's monthly index update has become known as the "Google Dance." Learn more about the Dance, how to track it, and its significance. Read more »

Reinventing Hypertext Links

by Xanadu | How to clarify links on a web page so the user can tell instantly what they represent. Read more »

Socket Programming In Perl

by premshree | Using sockets in Perl, it is possible to communicate to a server using a client program. Here, I will explain how using sockets a client program can communicate to a server. The client program is run at the client-side while the server program runs in the Internet. For testing the program,... Read more »

Password Encryption Rationale And Java Example

by madeonmoon | Most of the web sites today have some sort of a registration module where a user is asked to choose a username/password combination. You might wonder if the password you provide will be kept well-protected (read encrypted). In case you are the person designing such backend registration co... Read more »

Using Pear S Mimedecode Module

by gvtulder | In this article, we will explore the mimeDecode module of PEAR to see how we can easily decode MIME email. Read more »

Wrox And Glasshaus Going Out Of Business

by rhill | The company that owns Glasshaus and Wrox is going out of business, and taking the tech book publishers with them. Read more »

Php Coding Contest

by MattWade | A new PHP Coding Contest is available at Codewalkers.com. Read more »

Php Frontend To Imagemagick

by gvtulder | In this article, we will write a script to connect ImageMagick to PHP. You can

then generate thumbnails and other versions of your images on-the-fly, by just

editing the url. Read more »

Formulating Formatted Fractions With Php

by hal | This shows a way to present an unknown list of numbers sorted, collated, and formatted to the nearest 1/16, using PHP. Read more »

Opera 7 Released

by hyphen | Move over Mozilla and Safari. With the seventh major release of the third most popular browser, Opera has gained back the respect that it deserves with the fastest, most compliant rendering engine dubbed "Presto". Read more »

Gorilla Usability

by dkr | Not everyone has time to conduct a formal usability study, or the money to invest in a full blown usability initiative, and frankly, lots of times that might not be the best option anyway. Sometimes a designer or developer needs that one-on-one, maker-to-user interface. Gorilla Usability ... Read more »

An Introduction To Generating Sequences With Sql

by Junglee | Did mama say that "while" and "for" loops were the only ways to generate patterned sequences? Well, mama was wrong! The plain old SQL SELECT statement will do just fine. Read more »

Evaluating A Database

by jul_geo | An overview of factors to consider when deciding to use database technology. Read more »

Automatic Toc Generation

by mishoo | Many one-page HTML documents need to have a simple "Table of Contents". Writing it by hand can be difficult to maintain after some time. This article proposes a JavaScript-based solution of the problem with support for external CSS styling. Read more »

Macromedia Introduces Content Management Tool

by wb38 | Macromedia has announced a new client-side content management tool called Contribute, that easily allows web developers to maintain the control they need while providing content editors the freedom to make changes to web content without assistance. Read more »

Book Review The Geek S Guide To Internet Business

by beltrini | This is not a technical how-to book. It is a concise, lucidly written guide to business strategies, targeted at the so-called “geeks” who comprise a significant portion of the web development workforce. Author, Bob Schmidt is an advertising industry veteran, with over two decad... Read more »

Dhmtl Engineer Yahoo Inc Sunnyvale Ca

by laurab | The Personalization Engineering Group is looking for a DHTML expert to extend the functionality of our personalized portals including My Yahoo!. Read more »

Introduction To Xfml Core Concepts

by pedrito | Even for experienced metadata practitioners, some of the concepts in XFML can

be a bit weird. An XFML map consists of a number of facets (containers),

that each have trees of topics in them. It also contains a list of pages

with occurrences of topics on those pages. Read more »

Interview With Monty Widenius

by MattWade | Submit your questions for Monty Widenius, designer and lead programmer of MySQL. Read more »

The Digital Darkroom

by creed | How to use software to salvage those digital pictures that — had they been old-fashioned prints — would have been thrown in a dusty old shoe box, and pushed to the back of the wardrobe. Read more »

Regular Expressions In Javascript

by liorean | An explanation of concept and a reference to using regex in JavaScript, with some compatibility notes. Read more »

The Good Bad And Downright Ugly Of Flash Email

by FDG_Tom | Send Rich Media, Streaming or Flash Email may be all the rage with Marketers and Advertisers alike. But is it as effective as all of the folks trying to sell you on it say it is? Read on for some tips concerning what you should know before you try to send Flash & other Rich Media Email. Read more »

Handling Anonymous File Uploads In Coldfusion

by Nepolon | Sometimes it is necessary to allow absolute strangers to upload files to your server through a form. When that happens you can find yourself giving away the keys to the server. This article intends to show you where to start with limiting the files submitted by unauthenticated users. Read more »

Dvb Html A New Standard Part 3

by mark_bolton | In Part 2 we looked at the DTD and Xhtml Module application for a DVB-HTML application. Now we have established the type of document and accessing the new module functions we can look at what we can do with the document. DVB-HTML includes additional controls for triggering functions during... Read more »

Mozilla 1 1 Beta Released

by devhen | As Mozilla 1.1 Beta is released today I am again reminded of the monumental role the Internet browser plays in the IT industry. Read more »

Php Coding Contest

by MattWade | Codewalkers.com has posted their latest PHP Coding Contest. Read more »

Dvb Html A New Standard Part 2

by mark_bolton | In Part 1 we looked at the uses of Multimedia Home Platform (MHP) DVB-HTML and its effect on web development. Now we start to look in further detail at the Standard and its effect on web development. Read more »

Dhtml Text Marker An Experiment

by Junglee | Always liked the way some search engines (like google newsgroup search) highlight keywords in result pages ? Heres a way to do just that using plain old client-side javascript and some DHTML Read more »

Dvb Html A New Standard Part 1

by mark_bolton | Our digital world is expanding. Where is the future for web development? With the introduction of the new digital broadcast standards world-wide, is there a new direction for web development into the interactive broadcast and other applications. Utilising the Multimedia Home Platform stand... Read more »

Storage And Re Use Of Images Using Php Gd Part 2

by gvtulder | Publishing images on the web is nice, but tedious. It would be nice if we could use a system that automates the uploading, storage, converting and resizing of our images. We could feed that system our images once, and retrieve them later in many different formats. In this article, we will ... Read more »

A Touch Of Class

by luminosity | When structuring sites for use with CSS it’s important to know when, and, more importanly, when not to use classes. Read more »

Extending Headings With Xml

by luminosity | One of the problems with the way the current heading system works is that headings are not associated with their content. However, if you are using XML in the form of XHTML, then you can use XML namespaces to extend heading behavious. Read more »

The Integration Barrier Is Costing Money

by simd | Poor integration means that business has failed to benefit from the full potential of technology. By improving integration and usability in four key areas, so success will follow. Perhaps even consumers could find themselves empowered by a single interface for e-commerce transactions. Read more »

Google Gets The Most Traffic

by 4serendipity | New metrics for search engine usage based on "search hours" indicate that Google is used more than any other search engine. Read more »

Form Validation An Object Oriented Approach

by ben_g | Everyone who develops a form for a website, be it a simple contact form or a more complex form for collecting order information for an e-commerce site, needs to address the issue of validating and handling the data collected from it. A server-side, object-oriented approach can lend scalabi... Read more »

Using Mysql And Php To Present Excel Spreadsheets

by Jay Blanchard | On occasion web developers are called upon to present output in formats other than HTML, especailly where numeric data is concerned. Here is one tool to add to your arsenal when the need arises. Read more »

Storage And Re Use Of Images Using Php Gd Part 1

by gvtulder | Publishing images on the web is nice, but tedious. It would be nice if we could use a system that automates the uploading, storage, converting and resizing of our images. We could feed that system our images once, and retrieve them later in many different formats. In this article, we will ... Read more »

Creating A Login Script With Php 4 Part Ii

by jesteruk | An update to the "Creating a login script with PHP 4" article. This article offers improved, more efficient coding, better security and some extra features. Read more »

The Abcs Of Cms Part Iv

by Jay Blanchard | Those following the series have come a long way in understanding the theory and practical application of a Content Management System. In this article we go further up the workflow chain, having an editor review the article. Read more »

Php Guidelines

by jesteruk | I see a lot of badly written PHP code around, this article addresses a few of the most common mistakes people make and will, hopefully, encourage some to write better PHP. Read more »

Msie6 Bug With Floating Divs And Spacers

by raphael | Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 running on Windows has a CSS display bug related to floating and spacer divs, leading to the disappearance of text around those. A very simple fix is available! Read more »

Printing With Style

by luminosity | An indepth look into the special print mechanisms provided by CSS 2. Read more »

Automated Creation Of Thumbnails With Php

by gvtulder | When using a Content Management System, it would be easy if you could just upload images, without having to worry about file type and image size. Thumbnails are created on the fly, images are automatically converted to the right file type. With PHP and the GD library, it is very easy to bu... Read more »

The Abcs Of Cms Part Ii

by Jay Blanchard | The journey through development of a custom Content Management System continues with some basic setup in preparation for getting users logged in, assigning users a way to navigate the CMS according to their user level, and preparing the database to accept article submission. Read more »

An Internet Timeline

by joshfeingold | In developing an understanding of where we are now, it is often helpful to see where we have come from. In order to accomplish this, I have compiled information a timeline that helps us appreciate our basic browser environment. This timeline covers the development of HTML, CSS, the DOM, J... Read more »

Accessing The Internet Offline

by Junglee | Having problems with snail like connectivity? Did your evil step grandmother delete that web browser from your PC ? Got only email access? Read ahead and find out how to access the internet through email... Read more »

Step Aside Please Google

by danfascia | After 2 years of world search engine domination it seems that Google may have a new challenger in a beta-bot named Teoma. Read more »

Accessibility Inherent In Good Markup

by TonyHaddon | The internet should be for everyone. Some common practices, such as CSS positioning, discourage use of the internet by disabled people. Read more »

Balance In Design

by joshfeingold | Like many things in life, creating content for the web requires that the designer balance numerous conflicting resources. When starting a project, designers must always try to figure out what issues should be balanced and find the middle ground that is appropriate for each unique situati... Read more »

Using Photoshop Actions To Prepare Web Photos

by johnpeace | Learn the basics of using Photoshop actions to automate the process of creating a thumbnail image gallery. Read more »

Should Hypertext Links Be Blue And Purple

by Luc | According to Gerry McGovern and Jakob Nielsen, hypertext links should be treated like traffic lights, and always use the same colors in a pre-established order: blue, followed by purple. In my opinion, the main way of characterizing a link is not by using a particular color, but by underli... Read more »

Technology At Our Fingertips

by insisaps | For a long time, we have complained about issues like browser problems, slow bandwidth, management of our web projects, style sheets, and all that, but have you ever considered the number of technological advances we have made that have made hundreds of things possible? Consider... Read more »

Top Five Frustrations Experienced By Web Shoppers

by Luc | The Retail Forward company carried out a survey about the top five frustrations experienced by online shoppers. This is not exactly new but it still gives us a "quantified" confirmation of what to avoid when trying to convert lookers into buyers and customize them. Pop-ups come first: fo... Read more »

Kissing Print Versions Of Pages Goodbye

by luminosity | CSS offers authors a simple way of creating specialised print layouts for pages without having to alter html pages at all. Read more »

How To Reply To Job Postings

by beldamar | Having troubles replying to job postings.

Following these basic guidelines can help you get your email taken seriously. Read more »

Fed Up With Pop Up Ads

by AlanL | One way to speed up your browsing experience is to make use of your hosts file. By adding a few lines to this file you can increase your browsing speed and get rid of some of those annoying popup ads. Read more »

Javascript Dhtml Hierarchical Menus Some Options

by shanx24 | Now that the Webreference DHTML Hierarchical menus have decided to go commercial, it is time for some of us to consider alternatives. Here are some options from my stash. Read more »

Travelocity Com S Homepage Lessons To Be Learnt

by Luc | The site uses the liquid layout technique, which enables the page to automatically adapt itself in width to the screen resolution used by the visitor. However, the structure of the homepage has be constructed with great care to ensure that the display maintains a certain coherence with all... Read more »

Search Engines And Spam

by daniel_bazac | Q. Are Search Engines still vulnerable to spammers? A. Yes. Read more »

Doin Documentation A Practical Outline

by Jay Blanchard | Hate documentation? Never performed documentation? This simple step-by-step guide for setting up a documentation template to go along with every project you do will help to ease the pain. Read more »

Defining Sites In Macromedia Dreamweaver 4 0

by insisaps | A step-by-step guide to defining a site when you open Dreamweaver and how to manage, upload, download or add/delete files on your remote server. Read more »

Insider S Guide To Getting An Interactive Job

by iconologic | I recently completed an article to help prospective job seekers obtain an edge in finding an interactive job. It contains years of tips and insight as both an interviewee and interviewer. Read more »

Review Of Phptriad For Windows

by Ratface | PHP Triad is an installer for Windows versions of PHP, Apache, MySQL, Perl and PHPMyAdmin. Read more »

Css Tricks For Branding

by luminosity | When used correctly CSS can increase the branding of a site, and help some elements fit the colour scheme better. Read more »

Creating A Login Script With Php 4

by jesteruk | This article will show you how to include a simple login script in your PHP documents that will require a user to be logged in before they can access restricted sections of your site. Read more »

Multiple Pages With Php

by jesteruk | This article will explain how you can split large results from a MySQL database into smaller, more managable chunks displayed on multiple pages. Allowing your visitors to navigate through your site with ease. Read more »

Google Catalogs Beta

by profjj | Just when you thought Google was great, it just got better. Google has recently added a new searching category to its list — catalogs. Read more »

A Magic Lantern For The Fbi

by erika | According to several news sources, the FBI intends to use keystroke-logging-enabled Trojan horses for their spy-work in the terror war. Anti-virus software makers debate their role. Read more »

Css Table Formatting The Way Forward

by danfascia | CSS for table formatting is not widely used yet despite some strong arguments for it. Here we take a brief look at how it could help both static and dynamic site builders and viewers. Read more »

Text Dateien Laden Mit Javascript

by janwinkler | The article describes (in German) the possibilities which exist for JavaScript writers to dynamically load external text or data files. Read more »

Css Image Border Rollovers

by banrett | A low-cal bandwidth-friendly method for providing an alternative rollover state of an image used as a hyperlink, with just a few lines of CSS. Image borders will change immediately to an alternative colour on rollover. Read more »

Zend Ide Reviewed

by lawngnome | A review of Zend IDE for developing php code. Read more »

Who Runs Evolt Org

by damclean | Many people often ask who runs the day-to-day business of evolt.org. This FAQ explains a little better who edits articles, responds to evolt.org email and keeps things flowing smoothly. Read more »

Using Css To Create Rollovers

by simonc | For many years, JavaScript was the only way to produce the rollover effect that has become so common on the web today. With increased support for Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) it is becoming possible to replicate the effect without the need for images or JavaScript. This article proved a st... Read more »

New Sidebar Recommendation

by profjj | I think it would be a great idea to show how many people have read an article, to compliment the rating. Read more »

Sending Html Email From Hotmail

by profjj | In talking with a web designer, the question came up - how can email be "spiced up"? I want to send HTML email, without using Outlook or a mailer program. Now, this is normally very easy to achieve with a server-side language such as Cold Fusion. However, in this case, the simplest so... Read more »

No Rand For Me

by headlemur | The W3C is currently exploring RAND as a method of allowing commercial entities to incorporate proprietary or closed technology to be adopted into the Recommendations that are known in the web development community as THE STANDARDS.

I see this RAND business as a coercion attempt on... Read more »

Extreme Programming And Web Development Process

by katacomb | Thoughts on applying (some of) the values, principles and practices of Extreme Programming to the overall web development process. Read more »

A Call For Cooperation Against Web Patents

by persist1 | A cross-section of those involved with the Web (professionally and personally) needs to be represented to the W3C before the Patent Policy Framework comment period ends on 11 October. Read more »

Form Labels

by keihin | The HTML <label> tag allows you to code more usable forms. Form labels for checkboxes and radio buttons become clickable, and may be styled to have cursor feedback. Read more »

Javascript To Parse Urls In The Browser

by ironclad | A cgi on the server returns a modified URL to the browser, and this javascript details how to parse the returned URL to take further action on errors. Read more »

Accessibility And Adobe Seminar In London

by juliehowell | Information about a seminar in London on 19th October, where Adobe will reveal the steps the company is taking

to ensure that their products help web designers to create web content that

everyone can read. Read more »

Making Internet Shopping Accessible

by juliehowell | Get the message online: making internet shopping and banking accessible to blind and partially sighted people. A campaign report and recommendations from the Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB), UK, 2000. This is the executive summary - the full report is available free of charge... Read more »

Does Ie 6 Center Your Table Content

by jaylard | With the release of Internet Explorer 6, some developers are discovering that content in table cells that used to be left-justified is now centered. The cause is a little obscure, but the solution is simple. Read more »

Windows Ie 6 Final Is Out

by mathowie | Internet Explorer 6 final is out for windows, claiming full DOM 1 and CSS 1 support Read more »

An Introduction To Html Email

by FDG_Tom | An introduction to HTML email, Browser compatibility, Web-based limitations and getting your HTML into your email. Read more »

How To Create A Dhtml Slideshow With Fading Effect

by Martin Tsachev | How to create a DHTML Slideshow with fading effects, version 4 compatible, also accessible to version 3 browsers or lower browsers. Read more »

Evolt Org Source Code

by dmah | Want to build your own Web community? Want to help make evolt.org better? Take a look at the code to get you started. Read more »

Rip Netscape

by anj | AOL/Time-Warner has announced they will no longer release or support the Netscape Navigator/Communicator browsers, focusing instead on building a web portal. Read more »

Coldfusion 5 0 Released

by jedimaster | ColdFusion 5.0 has been released by Macromedia. This is the latest version of the ColdFusion server. It includes a bunch of new features, both in the code area and the management area. Read more »

Researching Web Sites

by paulnattress | Describes a technique on researching your competitors web sites to help you design your own. Read more »

In A Hurry Choosing Not To Read

by persist1 | ...On choosing not to read, even when among the completely literate. Read more »

How To Fail At Business Without Really Trying

by ashepps | The dot-com crunch? The contracting economy? The spiraling tech sector? Or just simple incompetence at running a company? What follows is a summary of the short life and times of my small web development business, which lived roughly from November 1999 to February 2001. I hope that th... Read more »

Regarding Highest Rated Articles

by ucahg | Articles with the same rating should be sorted by how many people have rated them. Read more »

Avoiding Url Problems With Your Framed Web Site

by ucahg | How to provide a URL for those pages that are buried deep in a framed web site. Read more »

Developing User Friendly Flash Content

by ChrisMacG | The original intent of this white paper was to provide Macromedia Flash developers with the knowledge necessary to create user-friendly Macromedia Flash experiences on the Web. The need for this paper has never been more crucial, since many of the most vocal Web critics have recently portr... Read more »

Integrating Flash Coldfusion

by easyrew | Have you been tearing your hair out trying to get Flash to "talk to" ColdFusion? Well, cancel your new hair-piece fitting and read on... Read more »

Making Peace Legacy Browsers And External Scripts

by jaylard | Legacy browsers that support only JavaScript 1.0 (such as Netscape Navigator 2 or Internet Explorer 3) do not understand external script files, and will throw a fit of errors when your page tries to access a variable or call a function that is stored in one. Here are two easy workarounds t... Read more »

Lost In The Matrix

by pedrito | Yes, IA is cool, but beware or you may get lost in the Matrix! Every IA will recognise this problem, here I will describe it and offer some solutions. Read more »

Third Column Slickness Screen Size Customization

by andyed | I recently added a third column to my weblog (http://www.surfmind.com). But, the column only appears for users that have screen widths greater than 800 pixels. This is a nice way to fill up the page and avoid the dreaded white right. Included in the body of this message is the code used... Read more »

The User S Charter

by gainef | The following is an attempt to outline a charter of rights for the user of web applications. Web site developers should take all reasonable measures to uphold the following user fundamental rights and freedoms: Read more »

New Media Underground Festival

by wholo | The New Media Underground Festival (N.M.U.F) is an organization or network whose objectives are to organize festivals or riots worldwide. The purpose of which being to stimulate inspiration, interaction, innovation, and growth within the new media communities, by the sharing of knowledge. ... Read more »

Web Designer Contest

by wgrubbs | The wdfc (Web Designers Forum Contest) site is aimed at promoting objective critiques of sites by allowing the public to rate the site according to catagories. Read more »

Geocities Com Simple And Usable Page Building

by gainef | For many, the process of establishing a presence on the world wide web is still a daunting one. However, there exist free and easy alternatives. Read more »

Netscape Releases 6 01

by jaylard | Netscape today quietly released version 6.01 of its Netscape browser. My initial — and very cursory — analysis of the revised browser Read more »

Whose Web Is It Gonna Be

by headlemur | Until very recently, we (as in everybody reading this) have had an enormous freedom of expression on the web. A lot has to do with our abilities and the open and easy access to methods, material and desires. To insure that freedom of expression and speech continues, we may want to look bey... Read more »

The Greatest Usability Story Of The Year

by pedrito | Can big, flash ads be the saviours of usability? Can they be the biggest usability story of the year? Read more »

Making Money The Wireless Way

by pedrito | The hype around wireless has been deafening.

But how do all these people plan to make any money?

Written for a business audience. Read more »

A Brief Introduction To Metadata And The Semantic

by pedrito | The web is growing fast. And peer to peer computing promises even faster growth of stuff we can access. And logically, the more stuff there is, the harder it becomes to find the particular stuff you were looking for. Metadata could be the answer. Read more »

Usability For The Web On Television

by gainef | The convergence of the web and television throws up numerous challenges for usability engineers. As more and more of the population choose to access the Internet through their television (usually via set-top boxes and with the assistance of television remote controls), optimizing web pages... Read more »

Accessibility The Politics Of Design

by headlemur | In the United States the Rules for building websites have changed. A little over a year ago I posted an article on Accessibility here. This is a follow up to that article with implications for all web design, not just government sites. Read more »

Nasa Switches From Oracle To Mysql

by pedrito | NASA has switched from a Oracle database to mySQL, a free, open source database for part of their operations. The main reason was cost. Read more »

Allaire And Macromedia To Merge

by jedimaster | Allaire (web app maker, creator of ColdFusion, HomeSite, and Spectra) will be merging with Macromedia (creator of Flash, Dreamweaver, etc.). Read more »

How People Really Browse

by pedrito | How do people browse? When we design interfaces, we often build really efficient ways to accomplish user goals. But why do our users not use them then? Read more »

Does Netscape 6 Break Your Table Layouts

by jaylard | After installing the release version of Netscape 6, I was perplexed to find that it added unsightly vertical space to pages that I had designed, and broke pixel-precise table layouts. The solution to this problem is both simple and obscure. Read more »

After 2 Years I M Finally Defining Evolt

by sgd | First of all, I must congratulate those who worked (and continue to work) hard on v2.0 of thesite. --Philanthropy and its best, if you ask me. With the 2nd year Anniversary of evolt, I would like to share what it has come to mean to me. Read more »

Mutiny At Icann Countries Consider The Snub

by olineham | Administrators of country code domains voted unanimously last week to look at moving to root nameservers not controlled by ICANN. Read more »

Using Files To Send Emails With Iis Part 2 Of 2

by sgd | (finally!)

In the first installment we saw how to create emails and drop them off in the file system instead of talking directly to the email server. In this piece, we build on the code and add the a Read more »

Freelancing Tips

by mrnick | Freelancing is a great way to earn some dollars on the side of other work (or study), or create a business. Not everyone is made for this type of work. Pay is irregular, you have to discipline yourself to work nights and weekends and you have to be a designer, programmer, manager, accounta... Read more »

Php Super Widget

by adriank | The Super Widget is a crawler that will can return useful info including <Meta> tags where present or read and output a selectable amount of bytes from the files it can open.

It was home buil Read more »

Working With Window Sizes The Low Tech Way

by persist1 | Background

Every few weeks another article or two crops up, talking about what a pain it is to create layouts that are "friendly" at one screen resolution when your normal operating environ Read more »

Bad Side Of Flash 5

by nicholas | Macromedia, a money hungry monster of poor usability. One of the biggest hurdles a web-designer must overcome is bringing together a site that allows access on all platforms, browsers, and systems. Read more »

Netscape 6 Pr3 Available

by jaylard | Netscape has released Preview Release version 3 of its long-awaited Netscape 6 browser.

Having just installed it and given it a quick once-over, I have a few preliminary observations:

Read more »

The Usability Phone Interview

by pedrito | Yes you�ve read that correctly. Necessity being the mother of invention, I recently had the chance to conduct some usability tests � over the phone. Read more »

Don T Let Netscape Cramp Your Styles

by joshua | Have you ever developed a web application with Sans-Serif fonts, just to be annoyed that on two of your pages the font suddenly changes back to Times Roman half way down. If you have, then you were us Read more »

What Goes On Under The Hood Of The Internet

by sgd | Like so many articles do, this one has origins in a thread on thelist. Having a few spare moments, and the experience of esplaining this before , here you go. My take on "What goes on under the hoo Read more »

Cultural Portals What Makes Em Tick

by pedrito | A comparison between two Colombian portals, not really from a

usability perspective, this time more from a cultural pespective. Read more »

Wrox Professional Wap Review

by Ratface | This review appeared first on my mailing list Wap-Dev.

Professional WAP

Publisher: Wrox Press

ISBN: 1-861004-04-4

Chapters

Appendices

Introduction

Review

Summary

Further Infor Read more »

My Awesome Adventure At Company X

by erika | Jobs!Tired of my two-horse town, I finally packed up the pieces of my life and headed north along the I-5 corridor to a place where the "new economy" was more than media hype. Read more »

Use Oracle S Explain Plan To Tune Your Queries

by tcm614ce | Introduction

Query speed is a perpetual challenge for anyone using a SQL database. Many

newer Oracle Users are unaware of the issues involved with designing a good

query and those who have be Read more »

Rebol The Official Guide

by rebol | REBOL Press, partnering with Osborne/McGraw-Hill, announces the publication of REBOL: The Official Guide, the first and only official book about the REBOL Internet Communications Language.

REBOL (p Read more »

Becoming A Master Of The Internet

by headlemur | If you want to be able to continue to have the freedom to post here and elsewhere, build websites, and have a voice in the future of the Internet, Listen Up!

ICANN is the organization responsible for Read more »

Microsoft Releases Internet Explorer 5 5

by jaylard | Microsoft has released Internet Explorer 5.5. This latest version sports virtually no UI changes aside from a print-preview feature. Its support for W3C standards such as HTML4 and CSS1 has improved, Read more »

Secret Campaign Website

by headlemur | The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers is

calling for Nominations to fill five At Large Board Seats.

I am campaigning to be the North American Board Member.

Currently there are f Read more »

C It S Not Just For Music Lovers Anymore

by Vince | Microsoft is hyping up their new language C#(C Sharp) . Based on the C and C++ languages, the C# language will be more web oriented.

Straight from the horses mouth, "C# is a modern, object-oriented l Read more »

Let S Play Lawyer

by castewar | In a matter of weeks, almost every website I wandered into wanted to know my age. Specifically they wanted to know if I was over 13. At first I thought it might be some sort of nightmarish, taunting h Read more »

Vb7 Caveat Emptor

by sgd | (this, I guess, could qualify as a rant)

Some of you know about MS coming out with a new version of Visual Basic. VB7 will do a ton of things that will make the language a whole lot better, but of Read more »

Icann Proposes New Top Level Domains

by olineham | ICANN has published a plan for the introduction of new top-level domain names, with a target date of November 2000.

The doc Read more »

Movement In The World Of Browsers

by rodneyreid | Action on the browser scene covers at least 3 upcoming releases, so to keep you up to date, here is some recent browser news.

Mic Read more »

Time To Close The Web

by headlemur | The Web is a democratic, two-way medium, built on open standards.

Yeah, right.

Electronic Rape is the pinnacle of current commercial website development. Commercial sites Read more »

Ibm Teaches Netscape To Speak Hebrew

by sforbes | IBM has released a version of Netscape 4.61 with BiDi support,

enabling it to display Hebrew and Arabic web pages natively.

Read more »

An Open Letter To The E Commerce Times

by headlemur | I have read the E-Commerce Times as part of my morning ritual for over a

year to see what is happening on the web. I enjoy the reporting, and the

layout and navigation. I have recommended it to visi Read more »

Communicator 4 73 Released Security Flaw In 4 72

by jaylard | As unexciting as update releases of Netscape 4.x are, a serious security bug with versions 4.72 and earlier might make the effort to download 4.73 worthwhile.

T Read more »

Malicious Javascript Shuts Down Hotmail

by Sandeater | Microsoft was force yesterday to take down its Hotmail service for four hours due to a security hole

enabling a malicious spammer to intercept Hotmail authentication cookies and Read more »

The Ride Is Over And I M Done Throwing Up

by persist1 | The rapt - but undue - attention recently paid to the markets

highlights the fact that the Web is growing up as a medium and as a mode of commerce.

Lots of people

are

hol Read more »

Application Methodology Research Help Wanted

by younasm | I am a student at Staffordshire University completing my dissertation for my masters in computing science. I have designed a web questionnaire which looks at techniques or methodologies used in Read more »

Get A Job Uk Style

by pedrito | Tips on getting a webdesign job:

Let�s imagine you have been learning HTML and stuff for the past year or so, and now you�re ready for your first real job.

Read more »

Measuring Up Css1 In Nn 6

by Teresa | On April 5, 2000, Netscape made its "Pre-Release" edition of Netscape 6 available for download and testing.

While this latest incarnation of th Read more »

End Of An Era

by erika |

The Webmonkey site churns along, but is its genius diminishing? Three long-time staff members (Josh, Jay, and Kristin) seem to have disappeared in the past month alone.

Read more »

Netscape 6 Preview Now Released

by Sandeater | Netscape has now re-placed the Navigator/Mozilla download back onto its servers for public consumption. Apparently this time this is the offical preview release of the new standards-based browser. You Read more »

Getting Started With Usability Testing

by pedrito | The best way to get started in usability is getting your hands dirty. Yes, people, that means testing. Read more »

Some Positive Patent News

by Ratface | The Wall Street Journal announced yesterday that the current state of affairs with the US patent system may be set to change. The US Patent and Trademark Office are looking at ways they can change the Read more »

Netscape 6 Beta Was Available

by Sandeater | A complete Netscape 6 preview release is now available for download.

This release comes complete with complete with a new installer, Netscape messe Read more »

Monkeyjunkies List To Shut Down

by olineham | Webmonkey has announced its intention to discontinue the popular Monkeyjunkies email discussion list from Monday 20th March.

Read more »

More On The Patent System

by Ratface | James Gleick has written a deep and

extremely intelligent article on the US

patent system and how it deals with software

patents.

You Read more »

Credit Cards Stolen And Icann Allows Open Voting

by RonW | CREDIT-CARD NUMBERS STOLEN VIA KNOWN SECURITY HOLE

(Source: Computerworld) A 2-year-old security hole in Microsoft server software let a computer cracker download and post thousands of credit-card Read more »

Creating Dynamic Select Boxes

by jlachapell | Have you ever wondered how to populate a select box given the contents of a previous

select box? This article explains in detail how to get it done, so read on! Read more »

Apache 2 0 First Public Alpha Release

by olineham | The Apache Project has released the first public alpha of Apache 2.

Apache 2.0a1 "includes several new Read more »

Verisign To Buy Network Solutions

by olineham | VeriSign, a heavyweight in digital certification, has agreed to buy Network Solutions for US$21 billion in stock. Read more »

The Democracy Of Chaos Yeah Right

by palyne | I just read an article moaning about the illogic or faulty thinking in attempting to impose control on an intranet. Hmmmm. Read more »

Zend Com For Php Goes Live

by olineham | The awaited Zend.com for PHP developers has launched.

Complementing the official PHP Read more »

Write Once Class Layout The Html Heresy

by deboute | Have you ever wondered what is the price to pay for Evolution? I mean upgrading your pages to reach the current W3C standard, every 6 months.

When xHTML went recommended I asked myself :: "What would you do, my dear friend, if you have 2 handfuls of sites running and your clients cal... Read more »

Working With Filter Rules In Outlook

by RonW | To automatically separate Email into folders using

the Rules Wizard found in Microsoft Outlook,

go to the Tools Menu and select the Rules Wizard

option from the drop down menu.

 

Read more »

This Week S Amazon Patent Affiliate Programmes

by olineham | Amazon have done it again, this time winning a patent on affiliate programmes.

This has been greeted with much protest from the industry, with many people wondering whether the granting of such pat Read more »

Mosaic S October 1994 Site Now Online

by mathowie | Through a random series of events, Jamie Zawinski sent me some very old archives of the Mosaic/Netscape sites and their beta browsers. It totalled over 900Mb of binaries and html files, which I offere Read more »

Apache 1 3 12 Available

by olineham | Version 1.3.12 of the Apache web server is available for download.

This update includes improvements to combat the CERT Cross Site Scripting Problem.

The Apache project have a their own descript Read more »

Multiple Resultsets From A Stored Procedure

by mbusa | In Cold Fusion, and in ASP (using ADO), you can call one stored procedure, and get back multiple resultsets, as long as the database can provide them. One such database is MSSQL7.0. Advantages to Read more »

Drop Outdated Job Postings

by wolfboy | Being an upwardly mobile kind of guy, I occasionaly look at the Jobs section of the Evolt site. One thing I have noticed is that some of the postings are several months old. How about checking for old Read more »

How To Count Clicks In Your Website

by pedrito | An absolute beginners tutorial for total niftyness in PHP!

Hi. What if you could count the amount of times visitors clicked on certain links on your site? You could track how often they click on tha Read more »

Coming Soon To A Courtroom Near You

by persist1 | Those of you not from Portland might be interested in reading Copyright and Wrong, about the recent issues that have been taken to court by the RIAA and MPAA.

While this article says nothing that we Read more »

Coder S Health Tips Stretching

by Frank Marion | So you code, eh? Got a pretty sharp brain? Make sure you keep your body up to par! The healthier your body, the clearer your mind, the more comfortable you will be as you sit down to code. A Read more »

Php Intro Tutorials For Beginners

by Scott | I just put this together. This is an example of open source support . . . By the community in other words. Other people have answered hundreds of my questions so I am trying to pass something Read more »

The Times They Are A Changin

by persist1 | I was at a job interview on Thursday afternoon, and the interviewer was a Mac guy. I had the opportunity to see some of my projects - with my own eyes - on a System 8 box for the first time... and I Read more »

Write Once Almost With Php

by deboute | Write Once ! (almost) :: the print "" method.

An approach to browser specific content and easy maintenance through PHP3 :: Read more »

Idevresource Com Webrings And Spondoolicks

by idude | Ok, this is a shameless plug for our site, but with two purposes - giving away money and offering free advertising/promotion for developers! Read more »

Xhtml 1 0 Now A W3c Recommendation

by olineham | The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has officially launched XHTML 1.0 as recommendation.

You can read the full spec or read more about it.

The W3C Validator has also been upgraded to check XHTML Read more »

Leave That Mouse Alone

by persist1 | I was asked by aardvark to follow up here on a message to another list.

In a nutshell: disabling interface features is generally a Bad Thing.

Specifically: disabling right-clicks to protect your site content is Read more »

Web Saturation Hits 1 Billion

by pedrito | inktomi corp. did a crawl of the Web and says there are now over 1 billion pages online. They have some fun facts, like the most common filename (apart from the likes of index.html*), amount of links Read more »

The Problem S With Sitemaps

by pedrito | "Where am I?", is said to be the first question maps should answer. On the net, it competes with "What else is there?" I believe the most important thing to consider when building a sitemap is what kind of experience do you want to give the user. Read more »

Open Letter To Geoworks

by Ratface | This letter was sent to Donald G Ezzell of Geoworks Corporation in response to their claims for a 20,000 USD licensing fee for anyone who develops WAP technology. For more details, please see the Geow Read more »

Fill Your Print Cart

by pedrito | I was going through some university sites looking for information for foreign students, and had another one of those internet revelations. (a revelation a day keeps the doctor away, my mom used to say) Read more »

Ballmer Takes Over As Microsoft Ceo

by Vince | Bill Gates announced he was stepping aside as CEO of Microsoft last night and promoted long-time friend and underling Steve Ballmer to succeed him.For more information please read the full story.My pe Read more »

All In One Pages A Technique For Better Code

by MjR | Need to create a couple functions to, for example, add, delete, modify,

records on a table? Ever get confused following the possible chain of

events through multiple pages when a problem pops up, o Read more »

Great News For Flash Users

by RedStar | Macromedia started 2000 with very good news for Flash developers. With the announcement of the Flash 4 Print Authoring Software Development Kit Macromedia has opened a whole new range of possibilitie Read more »

Sxsw Web Competition Deadline Near

by mathowie | The South By Southwest (SXSW) music/film/interactive festival is accepting entries for various categories in their Web Competition. Their site describes the criteria for each award and shows past winn Read more »

Beatnik Offers Actionset Pro For Dreamweaver Free

by RedStar | Beatnik is currently offering the Pro version of the Dreamweaver Actionset for free. This Actionset, normally sold for USD49.95, in the Pro version allows building complex event based sonified sites e Read more »

More Press For David

by damclean | Yet another article on the battle between eToys vs. eToy has arrived on the scene, however this one is different.

The editorial by Kathy Foley from Nua Internet Surveys, mentions what will soon, no Read more »

W3c Wap Forum Enter Formal Relationship

by catkins | From the press release: "8 December 1999 -- The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)and the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) Forum (www.wapforum.org) today announced a formal liaison relationship to de Read more »

Nt Alerts Delivered To Your Mailbox

by sgd | So you got yer NT box, yer IIS server, and yer ASP pages humming quietly in the back room fer what seems like days now after the sudden explosion in traffic over the weekend that made you tune the bo Read more »

Some Helpful Table Tricks

by jmorehead | Although tables were never meant to be used for layout purposes, many will agree that they are one of the most useful tools in our web design arsenal - at least, until stylesheets take over and become Read more »

A Javascript Image Viewer

by Ratface | The following code is for a generic Javascript

image viewer that I have been using in a

project.

The project is an HTML based CD-Rom. The CD

contains a large amount of images and I wanted a

sol Read more »

Are You Going To Burn Your Gifs Today

by tin | As many of you probably know, November 5, 1999 is the official Burn All GIFs Day, the day when developers across the web are supposed to metaphorically set their "obsolete" GIFs ablaze and start using Read more »

Free E Commerce Seminar For Web Developers

by kinreim |

ISite Shows How to Avoid E-commerce Headaches

E-Commerce Education Initiative Focuses on Clearing Shopping Cart Jargon and Expanding Web Caching Experience

San Jose, CA -November 1, 1999 - E-Co Read more »

Object Oriented Programming Or Volleyball

by Teresa |

As someone who is jumping into the realm of object-oriented programming (OOP), I can tell you that I have been confused by the use of the word

"object;" in this case, mainly because I understood it Read more »

Unintentional Spammer Could You Be One Of Them

by advancis.com | By now, everyone knows that unscrupulous web masters and designers use spamming techniques in an attempt to achieve higher rankings on search engines. You, on the other hand, have decided to follow th Read more »

Accessibility The Clock Is Ticking

by headlemur | The way we build sites is always changing, but a profound new change on the horizon has nothing to do with accommodating browser incompatibilities or accommodating the latest plug-in technology. Read more »

Ibm Apache

by trumant | IBM has been quick to transform itself in recent years to an internet and e-business focused corporation. As part of this new initiative, particularly in e-business, IBM was forced to start providing Read more »

Simple 3d

by daniel | For simple 3D images, try using xara 3D (an app that renders and animates text) or something similar, and use a dingbats or webdings font (or whatever stupid name they have). You can find some cool sy Read more »

Oo Programming The Python Way

by nirataro | Unrelevant matters Ok, now we are in part two, the sequel, the continuation, the second awakening. We are moving closer to discussing Zope, the coolest web application server around. Read more »

Naacp Site Hacked

by Emily | A group calling itself the United Loan Gunmen has apparently hacked the Web site for the NAACP, a civil rights organization. This marks the first non-profit site hacked by the ULG that I know of. Read more »

Macromedia Generator 2

by Ryan | Macromedia announced at the end of August the release of Generator 2, their dynamic graphics server for e-commerce and e-business. Get the full story from their press release. I like the little part w Read more »

Worried About High Disk Usage

by mashton | Well if your running on a *nix box then here is

a little cron job that will warn you when usage

gets high! Read more »

Python Your Journey Starts Here

by nirataro | This is about learning Python. If you are

looking for another article about how good Python

is, you have come to the wrong place my friend. If

you need only rhetoric and language bashing for

and a Read more »

If You Plan To Evolt Join The Rebols

by wcb4 | While doing some research recently, I stumbled upon something that, as a web developer and Perl programmer, nearly flattened me, at the very least it required me to pick my jaw up off the floor. That Read more »

Enhance The Browser List

by raj | It would be very helpful to know which platform the browser runs on i.e. Mac, Win 3.1, Win 95/98, UNIX, LINUX, Be etc.

Could you indicate this next to browser name. Read more »

Put Number Of Comments On Front Page And Additiona

by mathowie | I think a big UI enhancement to evolt would be to show the number of comments a particular article has on the index page.

I know doing a query within a query in ColdFusion is a big no-no, but I foun Read more »

Personalize Things The Way It Should Be

by m3avrck | Evolt.org has come along way and has some excellent stuff, allowing users to login and post articles under the names. Or join an excellent discussion list.

Great stuff.

But tedious.

Why? Eve Read more »

Html 4 01 Released

by artlung | Some minor fixes to the original HTML 4.0 spec, plus the NAME attribute in the <IMG> (among others) tag will now validate. Read HTML 4.01 spec and check out the HTML News Page at the W3C for mor Read more »

The Good The Bad And Internet Connection Sharing

by ElmoGallen | My friend and I were talking the other day about Internet Connection Sharing - I had recently heard about it with the hype of the upcoming release of Windows 98 Second Edition. I had already ordered m Read more »

Newbie Guide To Domain Registration

by godmin | Want to reserve a domain? This article will hopefully help you understand the many pieces of this process - and help you decide how to get started. Read more »

Internet Society Los Angeles

by daverhodes | For you "evolutionaries" in the Los Angeles area, please join the L.A. Chapter of the Internet Society for our next meeting: Main Program Topic: Intranets

Sept 14, 1999 7:00 pm (but come 6-6:30 for Read more »

10 Sites That Bite

by mattm | Webmaster Resources recently posted a special entitled 10 Sites That Bite!. Check it out if you want a good laugh, and information on how NOT to design a web site. Read more »

Renaming Files With Perl

by dmah | Have you ever wanted to rename more than one file at a time? Have you ever wanted to be able to rename a group of files based on a regular expression? Well the script below will let you do just tha Read more »

Empty Nothing And Null How Do You Feel Today

by sgd | In VBScript there are three (yup, three) states of a variable not having a value (well, a usable one anyway).

Empty == Uninitialized Null == actually, well, Null. Okay, so technically this is a valu Read more »

Us Senate Clamps Down On Cybersquatting

by damclean | American opportunists have been given one less reason to register certain domain names in hopes of selling them for big bucks. The United States Senate passed a bill late Thursday that would impose a Read more »

Multidimensional Arrays In Perl And Javascript

by dmah | Unlike C and Pascal, there is no language support

for multidimensional arrays in Perl or JavaScript.

While it is true that single dimension arrays are

sufficient for all tasks (memory is conceptual Read more »

Two Years In And Nothing There Yet

by damclean | It seems like yesterday that we formed our illustrious team, but as we wander into the first week of August evolt.org has dedicated a collective 1.97 years of computing power to the SETI@home project. Read more »

Perl 5 6 Coming Soon

by dwayne | Big changes coming in perl. Most obviously, the versioning numbers are changing. What was to be 5.006 will be 5.6. The juicy stuff can be found in a Gurusamy Sarathy and Dick Hardt of ActiveState int Read more »

Ie 5 0 For The Macintosh Coming Soon

by damclean | Internet Explorer 5.0 for the Macintosh is due out this fall with a proposed emphasis on support for Internet standards, a new rendering engine, and an Auction Manager among other features.

Accord Read more »

Legacy Systems Take To The Web

by dmah | IBM plans to ship the Enterprise Edition of its WebSphere product in September. This edition will put mainframe-like transaction handling into the Web system providing high performance and high data Read more »

Jobs Unveils The Latest In Apple Wares

by damclean | As the lights went down and the screen lit up, I was in sheer anticipation of what was to pass in front of me. I?m a rookie; I?ll have to admit. I?ve never signed up over the web, nor have I ever bee Read more »

Allaire Debuts More Web Tools

by Ryan | Allaire makes some fine products and coming soon (October 99) they will be releasing some more tools to round out their web publishing arsenal. Their newest addition to the family is called Spectra, a Read more »

What S The Buzz In Your Scene

by damclean | In order to foster a tight-knit community, this section has been set up to allow users to post articles relating to what is going on in their centres of design. Been to a good industry party lately? O Read more »

The Ie Grey Dotted Box Get Rid Of It

by m3avrck | Ah, Internet Explorer. So far, the most reliable browser to use (far from anything perfect though), yet the Microsoft staff just has to throw in their own quirks, like the little grey dotted box that Read more »

Unix File Permissions And Setuid Part 2

by dmah | In the last article I hinted, well I more than hinted, that you could run your CGI programs under a user other than the one that the Web server runs as. This practice is usually called setuid on execu Read more »

Is Red Hat Linux S Microsoft

by Emily | "Hardly, but in lovey-dovey Linux land, elbows are beginning to fly." article in Salon today. Read more »

Racial Divide Grows Oprah Goes Online

by damclean | According to a new report, released July 8th, from the US Department of Commerce, ethnic minorities, rural communities and the poor are still being left behind in the Internet society. Money is the si Read more »

Macromedia Acquires Elemental Software

by alan | Macromedia has announced plans to acquire Elemental Software, makers of Drumbeat 2000 and eStore Builder. This should be a BIG plus for Drumbeat, since Macromedia currently claims a nice percentage of Read more »

Rating System

by godmin | I would like to see a way to rate articles on the site- and then a way to sort through the articles by their ratings.

Read more »

Internet In The Sky

by dmah | Microsoft sponsored Teledesic has signed an agreement with Lockheed Martin and Motorola to help build a satellite communications network.

Lockheed Martin will supply two heavy-lift launchers to sen Read more »

You Don T Get To Decide What The Web Is For Buddy

by Emily | I feel ill every time I hear another argument over what the purpose of the Web is. Whether community, information, design or whatever: exactly what gives some joker on a mailing list the idea that Read more »

Unix File Permissions And Setuid Part 1

by dmah | One of the most frequently encountered problems in getting a CGI script or program to work under UNIX is incorrectly set file permissions. This problem will manifest itself in a number of ways but on Read more »

Cable Access For Canadian Isps

by dmah | The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has released a decision that Canadian cable companies must allow ISPs access to their cable infrastructure. Hopefully this will Read more »

Closing Mozilla Org

by dmah | Mozilla.org is responsible for guiding the open-source development of Communicator and is now funded by America Online. The development work has been mostly done by Netscape engineers with little inv Read more »

Sustainable Sites

by osterby | When Minnesotans elected former wrestler Jesse "the Body" Ventura, it was a no brainer that several Web sites devoted to the subject of the controversial governor would crop up.     Ventur Read more »

Realname Searching

by dmah | Centraal has signed a deal with Microsoft in order to get its RealNames service integrated with the Microsoft Network and as a default search in Internet Explorer. As well, a deal with AOL is in the Read more »

Java Standardization Process

by dmah | ECMA (European Computer Manufacters Association) members, including Microsoft and Intel, voted overwhelmingly in favour of forming a technical committee to standardize Java. As a result, the ISO (Int Read more »

Flash4 Tutorial Build A Streaming Mp3 Player

by Ryan | FLASH4 has arrived and it is packed full of improvements. There are many new interface improvements and some powerful new functionality like forms and MP3 compression. The following tutorial takes a l Read more »

Xml Application Server Beta Released

by dmah | Planet 7 Technologies has released a beta edition of their open source XML application server. The server will run on Linux and Windows NT. Read more »

Woz Weighs In On Pirates Of Silicon Valley

by Emily | Steve Wozniak has posted his comments on the TNT movie, "Pirates or Silicon Valley" in which he is a featured character. This news was originally posted on Slashdot. Related: Upside has two takes on Read more »

Online Newspapers Harness Portal Power

by Emily | The New York Times and the Washington Post, arguably two of the best newspaper sites out there, as well as the parent company for dozens of U.S. newspapers, Knight Ridder, have announced plans to cons Read more »

Esr Lives Through Microsoft Visit

by dmah | Open source activist, Eric S. Raymond, was invited to speak to a research group at Microsoft on June 21. He reports that he was generally well received with only a few people, possibly from the Windo Read more »

Design Is Not Art

by brandon | Designers are not artists. They can be, but the immediate relation between the two is somewhat opaque. Read more »

Project Jakarta

by dmah | In an unprecedented deal, Sun Microsystems has agreed to release the source code to their Servlet and JavaServer Pages reference implementation to the Apache Group. In turn, the Apache Group will rel Read more »

Nsi Icann Fight Threatens Net Growth

by Emily | A News.com article chronicles the domain name snafu involving Network Solutions, ICANN, and....Ralph Nader? Read more »

Linux Vs Microsoft Round 2

by Emily | "Uncomfortable, strained, replete with icy glares -- this was not your typical industry get-together, with its hypocritical politeness and warmed-over marketing hype." PC Week hosts a new round of b Read more »

Blue World Teams With Macromedia

by Ryan | Blue World announces agreement with Macromedia to deliver integrated solution for dynamic web publishing. Custom Lasso Objects for Dreamweaver to be made available from both Blue World and Macromedia Read more »

Web Advertising Dropping

by damclean | "There has been a seven percent drop in the number of US companies advertising online over the past year, according to a report by the Association of National Advertisers."

For the full article, c Read more »

Clever Searching

by dmah | IBM scientists at the Almaden Research Center are working on a next generation search algorithm called HITS. Check out the project overview for more information.

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Teresa S Theory Of Good Design

by Teresa | In principle, only a few factors make up good design. These are simple: Contrast, Balance, Readability (or, intentionally unreadable), Color (which is really a part of all three, and Read more »

Microsoft Security Bulletin Ms99 017 Ms99 018

by sgd | Two releases in the last couple days; these are pretty important.

MS99-017 summary:

RAS and RRAS clients save the password despite the setting of the "Save Password" checkbox.

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Macromedia Wants Your Input

by damclean | "The Dreamweaver and Fireworks teams are currently in a round of customer interviews to help in designing the next versions. Is your design firm in the SF Bay Area?"

"Does your team use both Dreamw Read more »

Using The Jobs Category

by Emily | This category is essentially for posting help wanted ads for Web development jobs. <shameless plug> It only makes sense to advertise among the best, and evolt.org is comprised of such highly tal Read more »

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Www Sdproductions Com

by godmin | This site is a basic company brochure for a web site design studio. It was created back in 1997, and has not been updated since.

So when you review the site, please be gentle.

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