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Make an HTML5 drag and drop project list with autosave – Part 2

In the first part, I showed you how to set up our drag and drop list using HTML5’s built in drag and drop as well as add new projects to our list. Everything works great except it’s not really useful … Continue reading

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Client side form validation with JavaScript that even works in IE8

I’m a big fan of client side validation because, a) I’m a front-end guy and b) since I use Ajax to send the content to the server, I don’t really want to go to the trouble of checking it on … Continue reading

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Using Ajax and PHP to get content from a database

Up until now I’d only used Ajax to send information to a PHP file to send an email or to enter something into a database. But last week I started working on a site that featured pop ups that would … Continue reading

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On the Web, everything is dying…or it’s not

When I first entered the web development world, I began looking for something beyond HTML and CSS to work with, so I started to check out all the different programming languages out. I knew some PHP from school, but I’d … Continue reading

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Be the Batman of web design

I’m a huge comic fan and as long as I can remember, Superman has been my favorite hero. But there’s a problem with Superman, he’s doesn’t make a very good role model. Why? Because Superman showed up on Earth and … Continue reading

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Don’t build a site that relies on JavaScript

I’ve been spending a lot of my time learning jQuery, mainly because the direction the web is going, web designers and front-end developers are going to need to know it to fulfill their clients needs. jQuery is great and can … Continue reading

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The Front-End Developer’s Guide: Just because they say they do, doesn’t mean you should too

One of the great things about the web design and developer community is that a lot of the experts love to share their knowledge and opinions. I’ve learn a ton from sites like gotoandlearn and CSS-Tricks. I’ve spent a lot … Continue reading

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