Posts Tagged ‘web’

Progress Bar Using Mootools

August 29th, 2011 by Tony de Jesus 1

*+-One of the most important things, from a usability point of view, is to know what percentage of a task is complete. I’ve developed a customizable MooTools progress bar class that “moves” to the desired value. In this post, I describe all the methods provided by this class.

15 Websites All Web Developers And Designers Should Know

August 24th, 2011 by Tony de Jesus 2

*+-Web designers and developers have the difficult task of creating web applications. It is not enough to design the pages and create and implement a layout. There are other aspects to consider, such as performance. What about having some awesome tools to make your web developer life easier? I have compiled a must-read list for […]

Password Protection Using .htaccess

June 26th, 2011 by Tony de Jesus 1

*+-There are several ways to protecting files and folders on your website from unauthorized users. For example, you can use PHP (or another server side programming language) to ask for login and password information on each page. Apache Web Server also allows you password protect individual files, folders, or your entire site in an easy […]

Choosing a Good and Strong Password

June 12th, 2011 by Tony de Jesus 0

*+-Your password is what proves to the system that you are who you say you are. It’s like a key that opens the door to your account, computer, etc. and exposes all your data. You can’t login into your email, twitter, facebook or similar account without using your password. Until we can do retina scans […]

Best Firefox add-ons for developers

June 5th, 2011 by Tony de Jesus 0

*+-Mozilla Firefox is probably the most popular browser among web designers and developers. One of the factors that make this browser so valued is the huge library of add-ons/extensions that improve your browsing experience.

Some useful CSS snippets all developers should know

May 1st, 2011 by Tony de Jesus 1

*+-There is no doubt that CSS is one of the most useful resources that all developers have when creating a website. In fact, along with HTML, it is one of the most important languages ​​for creating web pages. While HTML provides the structure for the page, CSS allows for the styling of the HTML code. […]

Using google to find free .pdf, .mp3, .avi and other files

April 24th, 2011 by Tony de Jesus 2

*+-While surfing the web, you’ve probably found some websites that allow directory listing, i.e. that display a set of files contained in a specific folder of the server. In most cases, these files are not only .html files. I’ve already found many websites displaying images, .pdf files, .mp3 files and even video files. Here, you […]