Note: This article has been marked for a quality review and will soon be updated. I would like to introduce you to PHP. If you aren’t already using PHP on your site, you should be! PHP is an easy way of generating dynamic content and interacting with all sorts of things, from the server, to… Continue reading Why you should be using PHP
Something that is very important on the web today is how fast our websites load, and alongside script optimization and other fancy tricks, images are a large part of our sites, and so it’s important that they are optimized for the web. However what if we don’t have control over the size of the images,… Continue reading Resizing images – the right way
And so we’ve arrived at the last in this set of tutorials; if you’ve been following along, by now you should have a user system as well as a basic CMS. At the moment we have a very strong base for our CMS but there are still a few things that we need to talk… Continue reading Building a CMS Part 3
Note: This post is currently undergoing review and will be updated within the next few days to reflect more recent standards and better code quality. So if you’re following this set of tutorials you should now have your very own login system that allows users to sign up and login. However these tutorials aren’t about… Continue reading Building a CMS Part 2
A content management system (or CMS) is the best way (I think) to maintain a site. This site, like many others uses WordPress, a blogging CMS. There are many options available to us web designers out there, but I think creating your own CMS is a really good way of learning a lot of new techniques.… Continue reading Building a CMS Part 1
In today’s modern society, with the ever growing amount of information I find many people are turning to “To do” applications to keep track of all the little things they need to get done in their lives. I’m told they are a God-send; that they couldn’t live without them, or that they don’t know where… Continue reading Do you do To do?
I’ve designed loads of forms in my time, some for collecting random data, some for logging in, and some for user sign up. I usually employ form validation to make sure it’s a valid email, and a valid phone number etc, but I never check the password (unless it’s for length). I myself like to… Continue reading Don’t vet Passwords!