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Pure CSS 5 Star Rating System with Radios

Most well-known star based rating systems use JavaScript, or a combination of JavaScript & CSS. While these are a quick & easy solution for modern browsers, they rely entirely on JavaScript to work, which is never a great idea. We need... read more.

Updated: Tue 21st Nov 2017
Get up-to-date with HTML5

HTML5 has introduced a lot of new functionality to the web. All major web browsers now support HTML5 (although unofficially), and most older browsers are "backwards-compatible", so there really is no sense making a new site with old semantics... read more.

Updated: Tue 21st Nov 2017
Dealing with IE

Internet Explorer plays a vital role in web-development. IE is one of the most popular web-browsers, mainly due to the fact that Microsoft ship IE with their operating systems. It is prudent to know what versions of IE people are using; as every... read more.

Updated: Tue 21st Nov 2017
Building a Website - Know Your Browsers

If you're building a new website, it is important to ensure compliance with all major browsers. There are three main browsers that you should focus on to ensure good compliance; Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and of course Internet Explorer... read more.

Updated: Tue 21st Nov 2017
Building a Dynamic Website with PHP

PHP (Hypertext Processor) is a server-side scripting language used to produce dynamic web pages. Formally known as Personal Home Page, PHP was first introduced as a platform for web development in 1995. PHP was one of the first server-side scripting... read more.

Updated: Tue 21st Nov 2017