30 free Cheat Sheets (Browser compat, SEO, PHP, CSS, JS, SL, …)

Found a great list of 30 cheat sheets/Reference guides on webdesigner depot (Thanks to Günter Hagedorn for this tip!). 25-Point Website Usability Checklist Browser Compatibility Table Web Standards Checklist Search Engine Optimization Cheat Sheet Tweet Sheet 2 XHTML Cheat Sheet v1.03 CSS Cheat Sheet Blueprint Framework and Blueprint CSS Cheat Sheet Mixing Typefaces Common Fonts…

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Browser requirements for AJAX

AJAX is an acronym that covers many things. Generally, IE 5.5+ had some capabilities that can be considered AJAX capabilities, and Firefox 1.x also had some (native support for XHR object, for example). The minimum requirements for basic AJAX functionality is IE5+ for Windows, Firefox 1+, Mozilla 1+, Safari 1.2+, Opera 7.6+. Microsoft support details…

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Some HTML Editors for ASP.NET...

The following are some HTML Editors for ASP.NET providing “Rich Text box” functionality and are definitely worth a try. FreeTextBox >> http://freetextbox.com/ FCKEditor >> http://www.fckeditor.net/ TinyMCE >> http://tinymce.moxiecode.com/ This list is by no means complete. There are a couple of other Rich Text editors on the ASP.net control gallery like the Telerik RadEditor. Be sure not to…

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How to create a CSS Layout for your web application?

Well, as we all know <table /> based layouts for websites should be avoided. But how to create a cool looking css layout? How to create a 3 column page layout, how to float columns or what needs to be done to have them static? Fortunately help is available in terms of Layout generators and…

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1st CTP of the SQL Server 2005 Driver for PHP available for download

On Tuesday, Bill Staples announced the imminent release of the October 2007 Community Technology Preview as part of the Zend/PHP Conference keynote address. It is my pleasure to announce that today, this release is available for download by our customers and the PHP community. This CTP is intended to provide the PHP community an early…

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JavaScript in JSP, PHP oder ASP/ASP.NET Seiten mit Visual Studio 2008 debuggen

Zugegeben, neu ist dieses Feature nicht mehr, beeindruckend allerdings immer wieder! Mein Kollege Kirk beschreibt in seinem Blog auf http://blogs.msdn.com/kaevans/archive/2007/08/10/javascript-debugging-in-visual-studio-2008.aspx genau die notwendigen Schritte JavaScript auf einer PHP Seite zu debuggen. Beeindruckender ist nur, dass dieses Feature in dem kostenlos verfügbaren Visual Studio Express 2008 vorhanden ist…

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