Tutorials on Web Development, Programming, and Web Design

Difference between HTTP and HTTPS

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There are many websites where you have to “login” by entering your username and password. Always check if the page that you are logging into is using “http://” or the...

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Export Transparent GIF and PNG using Fireworks

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Suppose that you had drew the following button in Adobe Fireworks and now want to export it out as a transparent GIF or PNG. Notice that the corners of the button are white. If you want this button ...

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Running Flash Content from Desktop using Flash StandAlone Player

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How do you run Flash content from your desktop without using a browser? Given Flash content in the form of an SWF file, this tutorial will show you how to run the Flash content from you desktop using...

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Allow script and iframe tags in TinyMCE editor

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The TinyMCE rich-text editor is often used in various content management system (such as Joomla). You can type your content into the editor and TinyMCE will translate that to the appropriate HTML...

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Using Windows Explorer as an FTP Client

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A FTP client is a software that enables you to upload files to your webhost server. If you are using Windows, you don’t really need to buy or download any extra FTP client software, because...

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Span versus Div

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What is the difference between <span> tag and a <div> tag? The main difference is that a <span> tag is an inline element and <div> tag is a block element. To demonstrate what...

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Using Cursor Hand or Cursor Pointer?

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The truth is that most often you need neither … cursor: hand; nor cursor: pointer; Most of the time, your browser will change the cursor to be a clickable icon when you hover over a link. For...

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