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With all this snooping and overreaching data-collecting Google and everyone else is doing on the web, everywhere, I feel less and less comfortable just browsing random websites with each day.  I've ...
If you're having trouble getting the curb gem to install in your Ruby on Rails project, you might not have the required libcurl package installed (website). In Linux you can get the package from your ...
Thank you to the kind author of this script! #!/bin/bash # # Original for 5.3 by Ruben Barkow (rubo77) http://www.entikey.z11.de/ # release 1 PHP5.4 to 5.3 by Emil Terziev ( foxy ) Bulgaria # Originally ...
4. What I've learned
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Here are some things I've learned about the web design and development world in my short years in it so far: The web development world is a maze (vs. a labyrinth), littered with innumerable equally-appealing ...
5. JavaScript: small details
(Main/Development)
... between the two designs but is implemented differently in each.   The Scanner class: Has a single point of entry to start a scanning process, which Scans a web page (the DOM) for categories of ...
...  San Diego Based Web Developer (San Diego, CA) Date: 2011-05-10, 1:54PM PDT Reply to: job-aqwqf-2373571936@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?] We are a local start-up company ...
There is a lot of information on the web about REST.  But I find much of it unclear, especially for someone without a background in how HTTP works and web application development.  I would like ...
8. Springsiteam.com site details
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It's difficult to showcase the smaller details that aren't readily visible on a website, so I wanted to outline some of the finer points of the latest Rails project I've worked on, Springsiteam.com.  The ...
9. On professionalism
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... name is Pranshu Arya, I am developing a website for a group of --- who have subscribed to your --- services.  I was wondering if you would be able to answer a few technical questions for me about ...
10. Looking for HTML & CSS work? (Frederick)
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... CSS experience to help us in the creation of landing pages and other websites. You'll need to have strong computer skills, as we will probably be giving you more than just HTML & CSS work. You ...
11. PHP Developer (Lindon, UT)
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... will be working on a CodeIgniter social web application that helps people measure, track and improve their health.   If you are interested, please send a resume. dan@xolarity.com Thanks, Dan ...
As a project manager, and especially as a freelancer, you have to organize projects into smaller, more manageable subprojects, so that when you bill your clients you can provide sufficient ...
13. Web DB with HTML5 UI (Prefer C. Springs)
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Web DB with HTML5 UI (Prefer C. Springs) Date: 2010-11-21, 9:25AM MST Reply to: job-t4wgw-2072348258@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?] I am founder of a small company developing ...
(I know this would be much easier to demonstrate with an example, and I'll try to get one up soon.) Problem When using the jCarousel plugin for jQuery for a carousel in your website that ...
... me a backup of all the MySQL databases I have there, like for my personal blog, this site, and other projects   Another web developer I know recently had a hard drive crash.  I don't know ...
17. Widget-ized web browser
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For a long time I've been looking for a web browser that works inside a widget (or Windows desktop gadget).  Finally I came across one, Minibrowser.  It's perfect for when you need to click a ...
... web development.   Programming language PHP Ruby on Rails Operating system (64-bit) Linux Microsoft Windows Linux Distribution/version ...
For a recent WordPress website, I used the following code in the theme's functions.php file to restrict access to those 21 years of age or above.  (I know anyone can answer "Yes" even if they're not ...
I've seen the "Feedback" tabs on several websites, tethered to either the left or right edge of the browser window, and I think it's a nice unobtrusive way to offer your visitors a chance to quickly interact ...
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