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A good CSS reset is a must-have in terms of website design. A CSS reset file sets basic styles so that they will be consistant amongst all the major browsers. For example, most browsers display headings (h1, h2, h3…) at slightly different sizes. A reset file can make them the same size across major browsers, [...]
There is a way to get elements in IE6 to have a min-height and a min-width. However, both require hacks that isolate IE6 from other browsers. We’ll start with the easy one. Min-height can be achieved in IE6 by using a conditional HTML comment and the height CSS property. It turns out that Microsoft decided [...]
One of the most difficult and annoying things to set up in a small business is email. There are so many different options that it can be frustrating to even attempt to configure email. What’s the difference between IMAP and POP3 anyways? I’ve seen people just type in their email address and it works. Why [...]
August 15, 2008 by Nick Little
There are many times in a programmer’s career when regular expressions are extremely useful. Sadly, many programmers do not know regular expressions well enough to use them when the situation requires it. This post shows how easy it is to replace the contents of querystring variables in a URL using regular expressions. function replaceQueryString($url, $key, [...]
Occasionally when working with database relationships one will come across an instance of a many-to-many relationship. This type of relationship can occur, for example, when multiple users can be assigned to multiple tasks with users being assigned multiple times. This type of relationship should be implemented as three separate tables as shown below. Users userid [...]