Most websites need a Contact page with a contact form, but to create your own, reliable contact form you need some knowledge of server side code. Here is a simple PHP form script that you can add to your website, and have a contact form up and running in minutes.
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This video provides a simple introduction to jQuery, looking a what it is and how it is added to a page to create an extra layer of functionality.
The float property of CSS is a powerful way to lay out the elements of a web page. When an element is floated, it is “taken out of the document flow”—meaning that the other elements (for the most part) act like it’s not there—and this can cause some unexpected layout results. Floats often need to be “contained”; and, fortunately, there are some easy ways to do this …
There seems to be a growing trend to be unclear about the nature of products. Product descriptions are vague at best, and sometimes there is no mention of whether the product is free or not. I don’t get it. Do you?
DKIM authentication helps to protect your email account by preventing spammers from sending messages with forged From addresses at your domain. This entry explains how to set up DKIM authentication with Google Apps.
There are lots of phrases in English whose original meanings have been forgotten. This leads to them being unwittingly misquoted, misused and misspelled. This post presents a list of common phrases gone wrong—hopefully for your reading pleasure. Can you add any to the list?
It’s common to serve up a style sheet to all media using
media=“all”, which means that the styles in your style sheet will be applied to all media. This presents problems for those trying to print your pages, so don’t forget to include a style sheet specifically for print.
This post provides links to a range of FTP clients—some free, some not—for uploading your web files to a remote server, sorting them according the systems they work on.