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Posts About: Coding
When programming in a business enviroment you often have to send and recieve files of data (data feeds) from other organisations or departments within your company. To handle this quickly and securely you can use the existing FTP protocol and its secure sibling sFTP. Today we will learn how easy it is to send/recieve files over sFTP automatically, allowing your scripts to run completly autonomously.
Need to check that a URL is valid? Or get the last-modified date, or the charset, or the ETag of a page? Here is a simple bit of code to help you do just that by returning the headers of a HTTP request for you.
Create thumbnail previews of PDF documents quickly and easy with this basic walk-through from setup to code samples.
When your developing a site or online application that uses a lot of XML HTTP Requests (XHR) it’s generally a good idea to use a full URL when creating a request. If you then try to re-use your code across multiple sites and domains, you will find you get errors due to posting to a different domain than the current site.
A short guide to getting FCKEditor to autosave the current content.
To keep design and content consistent I often pad numbers with zeros to ensure they are all the same width. There is no built in function to do this, so I wrote my own.
Learn the how and why of using header tags in your markup.
Creating single use or timed download links can allow websites to offer downloadable content that expires after a single download or after a set period of time. Many e-commerce sites are using these techniques to sell documents and files online.
This post follows on from what we looked at from Sizing Images Correctly – Part One and looks at another issue as to why correct image sizing is important.
Learn how to create an accessible CSS only menu with image rollovers.
There are many advantages as to why you should spend extra time on sizing images correctly before adding them to your web page. This post is Part 1 of 2 which looks at the difference between an image resized using HTML and an image resized in Photoshop.