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Are your web forms legal?

Sunday, April 24th, 2011

Don’t get blacklisted, sued or worse … a simplified guide to staying legal when designing web forms, email campaigns and handling customer data on your website. The CAN-SPAM Act (USA), British Internet Privacy Laws and ISP Policies.

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multiple jQuery video popovers: Ajax

Monday, March 28th, 2011

After my first jQuery video popover, I was asked to make a page with four separate popovers, each with its own video. This presented me with two issues. Hard-coding the hidden content into the html would be clunky and slow down the page loading. The site was to be used by 4 people, who may want […]

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Beginning PHP – some basic concepts

Monday, February 21st, 2011

PHP is an Interpreted Server-Side Language. This means that the code is never sent to a browser. It “lives” entirely on the server. The server reads through any PHP that it encounters in a document, and works out what the result should be. A document containing PHP is normally has the extension .php, however it is possible […]

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