Category Archives: Programming

10 sep

True Privacy Still Exists – Google Validating This

*, Google, Hacking, Internet, News, Programming

Privacy still exists. You know why? Because when you understand the actual interworkings of the systems, you can implement and integrate true security that, although nobody is probably following, your online world is very difficult to crack. The real issue … Continue reading

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21 aug

Toolbox Update – Drupal 6 Password Generator

***, CMS, DIY, Drupal, Internet, PHP

I have been working with a Drupal site as of late, Drupal 6 to be precise and it’s funny how much 4 years changes the web world. Drupal 6 is still pretty simple and basic, so simple that is still … Continue reading

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13 aug

HTML Abstraction Markup Language – Haml

***, Architecture, DIY, HTML5/CSS3, Internet, Ruby, Ruby on Rails

You would think that the evolution of HTML is heading towards HTML5 and you would be thinking correctly. But there is another trend that Many, if not Most Web Programmers barely even scratch the surface of. HTML is a very … Continue reading

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8 aug

What You See is What You Get

***, Browsers, Design, DIY, Internet, JavaScript, Media, Office

WYSIWYG (What You See is What You Get) editors are all over the place. It’s how you allow for non-technical people to produce content in a formatted and ordered fashion mostly on the web. And there are tons of WYSIWYG … Continue reading

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8 aug

Test Your Browsers Cookie Limitations

**, Browsers, Chrome, Firefox, Internet, Internet Explorer, JavaScript, Safari

If you are ever interested in testing your browsers cookie limitations, here is a very cool site that will do just that for yourself. http://browsercookielimits.x64.me/ Browser Max Cookies Max Size Per Cookie Max Size Per Domain1 Usage2 Chrome 4 Chrome … Continue reading

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2 aug

My New Favorite Editor: Notepad++ with Explorer

***, Hacking, Programming

I’ve for such a long time been a purist fan of PSPad. I’ve literally used it for most of my programming life. And it still worked perfectly and I’ll continue to use it for time to come. But I’ve had … Continue reading

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23 jul

Joomla Plugin to Allow Module Rendering Dynamically

***, DIY, Internet, PHP, Rants

Wow, this might be a rare subject. Do you actually understand what I mean by this title? “Plugin to Allow Module Rendering Dynamically” ?? A lot of people in the CMS world deal with life on a very manual basis. … Continue reading

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1 jul

Developers: Application Programmers vs Software Engineers

**, .NET MVC, Architecture, CakePHP, Databases, Hacking, Hardware, Java, Rants

I feel that there are very large differences between particular types of roles in the Information Technology world. It’s often times confused and misrepresented, so I’d like to clear this particular comparison up a little bit. There are many people … Continue reading

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28 jun

Accessible Screen Readers for Background Images in IE (Internet Explorer)

**, Chrome, DIY, Firefox, HTML5/CSS3, Internet, Internet Explorer

Accessibility is, in my opinion, very easy for developers to become compliant with. WCAG 2.0 AA (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines), the ever so outdated 508. It is easy, so if you have the extra time and the audience, please make … Continue reading

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27 jun

Develop in MVC, From a CMS

***, .NET MVC, Architecture, CakePHP, Internet, Microsoft, Ruby on Rails

You have to develop a website application, you have 5 days to do it, and you want to keep the potential of expansible object orientation without having to tie together too many abstract frameworks together, what do you do? Why … Continue reading

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