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Is there AJAX in my Ext3?

by Shane Coughlan November 03, 2006
Everything kind of went kablooey around 2001. AOL suddenly were the junior partner in Time Warner. Dot.com went to dot.bust. Java was still slow. “Gosh,” I thought, “how amazingly peaceful everything has suddenly become.”

Technologies And Design Elements to Improve Website Navigation

by David Davis October 26, 2006
Sites with a great deal of content often implement dynamic menu bars that change to present the most relevant options on each page. Sites often use some kind of “feedback” or special effect to let users know where certain navigation elements are located, such as graphics that change colors when the users point their mouse at them.

Create your own drop down menu with nested submenus using CSS and a little JavaScript

by Emanuel Blagonic October 24, 2006
Drop down menus are among the coolest things on the web. Beside that they are also very good for creating navigations that contain many elements.

Web 2.0 Programming

by Kirk Jensen October 20, 2006
In this article the term Web 2.0 programming is defined as well as the difference between Web 2.0 programming and Web 1.0 programming.

Website SEO and Web 2.0

by Robert McCulloch October 09, 2006
Syndication and RSS have changes the way we develop and deliver content on the web and now Web 2.0 is changing the way we find and organize the content as well.

Managing your website development -- eight easy steps to project management

by Simon Buehring October 04, 2006
Managing your website development need not cause you sleepless nights providing you learn the secrets of successful project management.

Are You Ready to Play a Gamble with Google?

by Sydney Ifergan October 02, 2006
Below are some techniques which may reduce your Google ranking or even ban you from its index. You should avoid them if possible.

Rasmus' 30-Second AJAX Tutorial

by Rasmus September 18, 2006
I find a lot of this AJAX stuff a bit of a hype. Lots of people have been using similar things long before it became "AJAX".

How To Design A Search Engine Friendly Website

by Arif Hanid September 08, 2006
Best way to approach this is to remember that search engines don’t really care about how nice or complicated your graphics or flash movies are, or how snazzy your JavaScript is.

JavaScript Compression

by Burke Libbey August 31, 2006
As it turns out, there are a multitude of completely free JavaScript compressors online, employing three different basic methods.

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