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Best Web Developer practices in HTML

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HTML markup language for World Wide Web have been used for move twenty years, from HTML4 to XHTML, now HTML5. However, there are some fumdamental practises that works on all version of HTML you should be aware all the time. Let me remind you 10+ best practices that lead to clean and correct markup.

Cookie using PHP and JavaScript

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Find variety of codes and details discussion about the cookie both using JavaScript and PHP: Set cookie through PHP and get through JavaScript Set cookie through JavaScript and get through PHP Set cookie in JavaScript and get through JavaScript Set cookie through PHP and get through PHP Set the Array Cookies Delete all Cookies through PHP Commented code are left so that you can find something new or play with that. 1. Set cookie through PHP and get through JavaScript […]

CSS3 rounded corner input

CSS3 rounded corner input




The CSS3 properties border-radius and box-shadow allow a designer to easily create rounded input boxes with pure HTML and CSS without having to resort to images. This post shows how it can be done and deals with vendor prefixes and other cross browser issues to ensure the input boxes work across all browsers. What am I trying to achieve? Here’s a screenshot taken from Chrome 10 on Mac Snow Leopard showing an HTML input box with rounded corners and a […]

CSS3 Text Shadows

CSS3 Text Shadows




Our journey to the world of shadows continues. If you missed the article, we explored the basics of using the box-shadow property. Today we are going to focus on the text-shadow. Just to remind you: both properties, while defined in different modules, actually work in a similar way. So if you are already familiar with the box-shadow you will easily understand the basics of the text-shadow’s art. Before we jump into the practice, let’s delve a little bit into the […]