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mooSlideBox 3

February 20, 2008 Leave a comment

The mooSlideBox v3 is a small and slim ajax based extension or replacement of the common “lightbox” that can be found on nearly every page.
This lightbox clone works in IE 6/7, Opera and Firefox.

Visit mooSlideBox WebSite

Categories: AJAX Tags: , ,

Nine Javascript Gotchas

February 20, 2008 Leave a comment

by Patrick Fitzsimmons

1) Comma Caused Coruption

var theObj = {
city : “Boston”,
state : “MA”,

Notice the comma after “MA”? It will be the source of many woes. Firefox will pay it no heed, but it will create a syntax error in IE. Worst of all, IE will not tell you where the actual bug is. The only soution is to scan through your entire 2,500 line javascript file trying to find that extra comma.

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MySQL Database Backups on Site!!! -> Php

February 18, 2008 Leave a comment

Here’s an attachment script that is supposed to do that (not tested by DeleDuro!!!).

or you can try an open source backup software like Zmanda:

Visit Zmanda Website

Categories: Programming

Data Communication between JavaScript and Adobe Flash Movie

February 18, 2008 Leave a comment
Posted by Hitesh Agrawal

Passing data to Adobe Flash Movie using JavaScript
In Web2.0 arena we frequently use Adobe Flash Movie and JavaScript in our web page. We often has the requirement to pass data to the Adobe Flash movie at runtime.

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Categories: Adobe, Programming

CSS Reset

February 18, 2008 Leave a comment
Published by Dave

There’s plenty of different reset methods already available and I’ve been using Eric Meyer’s method for some time now but have started to realize that in most projects, I only use a fraction of the styles specified and much more often find myself rewriting a whole different set of styles that I use in all my projects.

Therefore, I’ve decided that it’s going to be more worthwhile using Meyer’s CSS as a starting point but putting together my own starter template which I can use for all my projects which I’d like to give you an insight into.

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Categories: CSS, Programming

Reduce your exposure to AJAX threats

February 18, 2008 Leave a comment

By Jeff Williams

Three-step guide

Fundamentally, there’s nothing terribly new about the problems posed by Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX) when it comes to security, we just need to apply some good old security principles to this new technology.

The problems occur because, unfortunately, there are an awful lot of devils hidden inside the details.

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Categories: AJAX, Programming

Implementing Agile Load Testing

February 18, 2008 Leave a comment

Someone recently asked me, “How do you implement load testing so early in the development process”? I thought about the question for a second before coming up with the following answer:

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Categories: Programming