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January 14, 2002 Issue

James Kalbach dispells the myth of 7±2 as a guideline to determine the number of items in a navigation menu on a web page. He substitutes with breadth vs. depth sense, mixed with aesthetics to make navigating a pleasing user experience. Start Here.
A Content Management System
by Rich Waugh
Rick shows us how to design your web site in a way that will handle changes to the look and feel of your site, relatively painlessly.

PHP Interaction with JavaScript Windows
by Alan Gruskoff
If you wanted the power to work with databases and have server-side flexibility, as well as to generate windows and user interfaces cleverly, Alan Gruskoff shows how you can have it your way using PHP and JavaScript.

Scripting in Style
by Al Williams
Al is back with a nice and easy way to provide client-side as well as server-side solutions to customized pages for each user—use style sheets and cookies.

Righting the Roadmap
Roadmaps by Richard Hoffman
Roadmaps is a new monthly column by Richard Hoffman, focused on what it really takes to get web development to the next level...what we want the web development world to look like, and then in a very practical sense, how to make it happen. His first article for us addresses the issue of cross-browser compatibility and developing applications that are browser neutral.

Don't Shoot the Messenger
Swaine's Frames by Michael Swaine
Michael Swaine says "hogwash" to all those that would want silence over vigilance.

Offline Dogs Seeing Red
Offline by Paul Jon

"Offline" is a comic about technology, the future, and everything in between.



  Previously in WebReview.com

  Scripting with Style by Al Williams
  Introduction to XSLT [Part VI] by Ashutosh Narhari
  Using Regular Expresions in JavaServer Pages by
Michael Yuan
  Client-State Management with Cold Fusion by Kevin Schmidt



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