magazine resources subscribe about advertising

 

 

 








 CD Home < Web Review < 2002  

January 21, 2002 Issue

Tim Kientzle discusses cross-site scripting—a vulnerability widely known yet still prevalent on many web sites that allows an attacker to insert malicious code in dynamically generated web pages. This problem is insidious to all programs but by careful discipline, Tim points out ways to close these server-side breaches. Start Here.
Flash User Essentials
Multimedia Developer by Steve McCannell
Steve names some must have third-party Flash tools for your toolbox that will make your life much easier.

Who's Sticking Pins in The Microsoft Doll?
Swaine's Frames by Michael Swaine
Is Michael having sympathy pains for Microsoft?

The Myth of "Seven Plus or Minus Two"
by James Kalbach
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.

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.

Offline Dogs Seeing Red
Offline by Paul Jon

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



  Previously in WebReview.com

  The Myth of "Seven Plus or Minus Two" by James Kalbach
  Scripting with Style by Al Williams
  Introduction to XSLT [Part VI] by Ashutosh Narhari
  Using Regular Expresions in JavaServer Pages by
Michael Yuan



Copyright © 2003 CMP Media LLC