I am not doing web programming usually, but while looking at the generated source of a webpage learned that a standard way to refresh a web page is to use <meta http-equiv="refresh" ...
What is it called when a website URL replaces WWW with something else, and what purpose does it serve?
What is it called when a website has another word in place of where www usually goes? For example, images.google.com vs google.com/images. I know the latter is a file on the server that the browser ...
With todays browser extensions/tools is it not easily possible for a user to edit the html/css settings of a website and so enable some disabled buttons etc... to gain access to not permitted areas?
I don't know how to get into this area, or more specifically, become a website maker. Here's what I now html some java script C# and a little of everything else (php, css, xhtml, ect.) I've been ...
I am working on a web site. The client has drawn it in Microsoft Publisher, and I am using this drawing as a working graphical design. The problem is that there are a lot of places on the web site ...
Possible Duplicate: What should a developer know before building a public web site? I gotten interested in web-development lately. I am still a student. I learnt basics of HTML, CSS and ...