Pages that include web forms with multiple input boxes can become confusing for users. Fieldsets draw lines around related sections to organize the content and make completing the form easier for visitors. They do not change how the form collects and transmits user data.
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Often a Web designer needs to let a user choose from multiple options on a Web form. The ASP.NET Checkbox web control is tailor made for this and generates needed code automatically. Each control displays a single box, which can be checked or unchecked. You simply add a box for each possible choice.
Have you heard the term viral widget and wondered what it was? Read this article to find out the answer!
FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol. It is a method for clients to transfer files to and from other computers or servers over a TCP/IP network. Knowing how to use it gives you more flexibility and control over the files on your website.
XSS vulnerabilities are a potential nightmare. Your website or users can be compromised if you contain a website that has holes in it, and XSS is one of the most common vulnerabilities on the web. Learn how to prevent such vulnerabilities and make your website safe for your users.
Confused about the term LAMP you’ve seen in the web development forums? Read this article for an overview of the LAMP web programming platform and find out its key web software components.
Fusebox is an XML based development platform using PHP and ColdFusion. Read on to find out more.
Dot Net Nuke is a CMS and application development platform that uses Microsoft’s .NET framework. Read on to find out more about the options available with DotNetNuke.
An atom feed is much like an RSS feed. Read this article to find out more about what makes this feed different and when it should be chosen for your blog or website.