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Taking Advantage Of Open Source PHP MySQL Applications
One obvious solution is to approach a software development company and obtain a custom built product. However to take this approach one needs to first know what features and functionality is desired. Then on the other hand in some instances the need does not warrant the cost of commissioning a custom application...

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/1230.html
12.30.05
ASP Vs. PHP
When building web sites, ASP and PHP are very popular languages. Here's my opinion on whether ASP or PHP is best. Both ASP and PHP are languages used to build Dynamic Web sites that can interact with Databases and exchange information. ASP (Active Server Pages) is from Microsoft...

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/1223.html
12.23.05
A Stab At Explaining The Future Of Syndication
At the Syndicate Conference in San Francisco, iEntry Inc. CEO Rich Ord sat in on a session entitled "Compound Feeds, Micro-content and the Future of Syndication." The premiere developers of next generation web technology were there to talk it up, but unless you're really in the loop, you're saying, "micro-what?" This is really some Web 2.0/Semantic Web conceptual tech heady stuff…we may need a translator.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/1214.html
12.14.05
Google Likes Healthy Desktop Plugins
Developers who have a truly great idea for a plugin for Google's Desktop product need to keep an eye on their Ps and Qs when doing their QA work.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/1209.html
12.09.05
Navigational Options For Your Website: Choose Wisely
So you've decided to it's time to revamp your website's navigation, or maybe you're putting together a new site and are trying to decide the best navigational menu to use.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/1202.html
12.02.05
Developer Contest Starting On EBay
The online auction firm will put $5,000 up for grabs for individual developers in the eBay Developers Challenge; a developer team of up to four people could win matching Xbox 360 consoles.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/1118.html
11.18.05
Implementing Web Standards In The Enterprise
Go to most enterprise class websites and look at the code. What you will most likely find is a twisted mass of inaccessible poorly written HTML and large amounts of JavaScript that will never validate.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/1111.html
11.11.05
Professional Online Content Made Easy
Easily Create Online Help. And Online Anything Else. New WebWorks ePublisher Pro for Word is the next generation of online content delivery, leveraging the power of XML to make quick work of every common online format and Help system.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/1110.html
11.10.05
How To Simplify Your Content Management
Looking for a way to take your Web site, intranet or extranet to new heights? Do you have big ideas, but lack the resources to make it happen? Perhaps you're still struggling with simple tasks, like getting content updated before it's outdated. With Ektron CMS400.NET can you can make those everyday Web site problems go away AND turn your static pages into an interactive Web application.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/1103.html
11.03.05
W3C Compliance & SEO
From reading the title many of you are probably wondering what W3C compliance has to do with SEO and many more are probably wondering what W3C compliance is at all.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/1101.html
11.01.05
Build and Manage Professional Web Sites With Ease
As Web design software, AceHTML 6 Pro is a very effective tool that allows you to build and manage professional Web sites with ease, control, and efficiency. By balancing power and flexibility, the AceHTML 6 Pro Web...

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/1028.html
10.28.05
Advanced Hotlink Protection
Many of you may be using cPanel hosting software for your website, and may already have hotlink protection configured from within that.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/1014.html
10.14.05
All The Tools You Need To Start Your Hosting Business
With the ValueReseller "private label" hosting system, you're the web host. You can exponentially increase your profits by switching to ValueReseller and offering our "multi- platform" options. For as little as $29.95 per month you can instantly be in the hosting business selling web services under your own brand. Increase Your Profits With ValueReseller.com!

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/1011.html
10.11.05
PHP:Form Series - Validators & Client-side Validation
Welcome to the first part of a new two-part series on the PHP:Form web component. In this part, I will give you an introduction to PHP:Form, its features, and why it is so useful. I will also discuss the inbuilt validators that PHP:Form supports.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/1004.html
10.04.05
Generating A Random Number In PHP
Sometimes you need to generate unique random numbers if you want to assign IDs to your members or assign unique values to your shopping cart items.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0930.html
09.30.05
A Closer Look At Using Site Templates: Is It A Professional Choice?
So you need your site online and looking good, though your budget isn't the biggest? Well, this is what a lot of new sites and companies face each and every day.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0921.html
09.21.05
SEO Benefits Of CSS
This article is most useful if you are somewhat familiar with HTML and CSS. I explain the concepts well enough that you do not have to be an expert, but I want to provide material that will introduce you to more advanced design in ways you can understand.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0919.html
09.19.05
The Best Shopping Cart Solution for Your Business
Turning a shopping cart feature on or off or changing its background color is not customization! In 99% of e-commerce shopping carts, you can’t add any new features and you can’t modify any existing ones – but you should be able to. Learn how to get a cart that is fully Customizable and Scalable.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0915.html
09.15.05
Remote Data Backup More Critical Than Ever
Remote Backup Software is the Industry leading Client-and-Server Software solution for rapidly deploying a highly-reliable, high security Internet-based Remote Backup Service. With subscription-based Remote Backup Services in 63 countries, RBS founded the online backup industry and leads it with experience, innovation, and support.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0913.html
09.13.05
How To Test For The Javascript DOM?
Browsing the forums, development articles and other resource sites raised an interesting yet recurring question: "How do I test for the Document Object Model (DOM) employed by a browser?". Strangely enough I was asking the same question when starting out in Javascript.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0909.html
09.09.05
The Best Shopping Cart Solution for Your Business
FAQs, e-mail or message boards should never be accepted as customer service. What if your question is not in there? What if your e-mail goes to someone who doesn't speak English? How long can you afford to wait for an answer on a message board? Why shouldn't you be able to call, for FREE? Why shouldn't you be able to get answers over the phone, for FREE? There is a way.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0908.html
09.08.05
Google Launches Mobile Sitemaps
If you design web pages designed for mobile users or if you develop two versions of your web pages, one for the web users and one for the mobile users, then Google has a tool designed to make acceptance into Google's mobile web index all the more easier.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0831.html
08.31.05
DevWebPro Recommends This Innovative Affiliate Program
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http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0830.html
08.30.05
Professional Online Content Made Easy
New WebWorks ePublisher Pro for Word is the next generation of online content delivery, leveraging the power of XML to make quick work of every common online format and Help system.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0825.html
08.25.05
The Best Shopping Cart Solution for Your Business
A shopping cart will not match your design if the only thing you can change is a small header at the top and a small footer at the bottom while the rest of the page remains untouchable. But if you could control the entire page, the shopping cart would then become your design. It can be done!

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0823.html
08.23.05
Fast Web Design For The Skint Webmaster
About two years ago, I had a go at commercial web site design. I put a medium-sized ad in a London classified ad paper. Nothing fancy: "Web designer seeks work ..." etc. This was expensive, about £500 for a month's run.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0819.html
08.19.05
Browser Compatibility
Internet Explorer, created by microsoft has been the most popular web browser for many years. But the gap is shrinking with the release of Mozilla Firefox, by an open source community.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0809.html
08.09.05
Take Advantage Of Simple JavaScript Optimization
Coding projects, anyone? Well, if you find yourself buried in some such projects like this either a small and simple one or a really large one, then JavaScript is here to the rescue.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0805.html
08.05.05
DevWebPro Recommends This Innovative Affiliate Program
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http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0804.html
08.04.05
The Best Shopping Cart Solution for Your Business
Turning a shopping cart feature on or off or changing its background color is not customization! In 99% of e-commerce shopping carts, you can’t add any new features and you can’t modify any existing ones – but you should be able to. Learn how to get a cart that is fully Customizable and Scalable.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0802.html
08.02.05
Content Management: Wise Investment For Business Prosperity
The time when a website was just a simple set of HTML pages has gone by. It's true, just five or seven years ago simple websites developed with HTML and JavaScript were usual.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0729.html
07.29.05
What do you think your traffic is worth?
Market Leverage offers publishers a centralized location to select the best offers from the most reliable advertisers. Publishers can access new campaigns, retrieve existing links and creative and see real time reporting on their earnings at any time.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0725.html
07.25.05
XML Integration With ADO+
One of the most important design goals for ADO+ was powerful XML support. Microsoft designed ADO+ hand in hand with the .NET XML framework. Both are components of a single architecture. The unification of ADO+ with the XML framework happens in the dataset.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0722.html
07.22.05
The first fully hosted AND supported mail solution
To be the best service company your organization has ever done business with. Other companies say support is a priority. Rackspace shows it. They are committed to providing the customer with amazing managed hosting services backed by a policy they call Fanatical Support™.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0721.html
07.21.05
7 Benefits Of HTML Validation
You may not bother with html validation or writing simple and clean code when designing your web site. Later you may find your site is slow loading, appears incorrectly in the main browsers and does not rank well for the major search engines.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0715.html
07.15.05
The Three Principles Of HTML Code Optimization
Just like spring cleaning a house, the html code of your web pages should get periodic cleaning as well. Over time, as changes and updates are made to a web page, the code can become littered with unnecessary clutter, slowing down page load times and hurting the efficiency of your web page. Cluttered html can also seriously impact your search engine ranking.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0708.html
07.08.05
The Best Shopping Cart Solution for Your Business
95% of all e-commerce shopping carts are “clunky” and hard to administer. The more features a shopping cart contains, the more links it requires and the harder and more confusing it can be to use. Learn how to spot a shopping cart with pages that are easy to figure out and easy to use.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0707.html
07.07.05
Top Rated Customer Support Tool: Download Today
First your customer clicks on a "Help" button on your website to access your ezSupport-powered customer support window. Next the customer support pop-up window appears. Finally depending on your customer's need, they select from the "self-help" and escalation support features.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0705.html
07.05.05
Resizing JPEG Images: JAVA Vs .NET
Joint Photographic Experts Group or JPEG for short is the most common image compression format today.

JPEG images are smaller then BMP images thanks to a data ordering algorithm. We are not going to deal with this algorithm in this article. We are going to look at images from a programmer's point of view. Our end user needs to look at a scaled model of a large image, a thumbnail, if you will. How can we process our image in order to scale it down?

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0701.html
07.01.05
Managed Hosting Essentials
Relieve your IT stresses with a full range of extra managed services utilizing tools from industry leading vendors as well as custom developed, proprietary technology.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0630.html
06.30.05
Featured Download: Dreamweaver Extensions from InterAKT
MX Kollection 3 is a powerful set of tools designed tomake your life easy and help you create complex websites without ever getting to the code view. Change the way you do web development and start programming through smart wizards and simple settings to add usability and style to your sites.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0628.html
06.28.05
Information Architecture: What Does It Mean To You?
Information architecture is a field of web design that has been getting a lot of attention recently. And with good reason: it is key to making money on the Web. Nobody seems to really know what it is, but I say it's creating blue prints for web sites. Doesn't this happen automatically? No, it doesn't, and this is the main reason why sites fail on customers.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0624.html
06.24.05
The Best Shopping Cart Solution for Your Business
95% of all e-commerce shopping carts are “clunky” and hard to administer. The more features a shopping cart contains, the more links it requires and the harder and more confusing it can be to use. Learn how to spot a shopping cart with pages that are easy to figure out and easy to use.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0620.html
06.20.05
All-in-One Security Package
DiskISE is the outstanding all-in-one security package from Quantum Digital Security. Create completely encrypted hard drives, securely shred files and erase Internet and Windows history and registry entries.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0618.html
06.18.05
Are You Missing Your Website's Residual Income Opportunities?
Internet gaming has become the fastest growing segment of web-based commerce today with revenue growth increasing from 1.5 billion in 2000 to 4.6 billion in 2002. Projected growth estimates indicate revenues will climb to 10.7 billion by 2005!

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0616.html
06.16.05
Web Standards In The Real World: An Interview With Molly Holzschlag
Molly E. Holzschlag is a recognized expert in the area of Web Design, deemed one of the Top 25 Most Influential Women on the Web. We're big fans of Molly E. Holzschlag's books on cascading style sheets, in particular Cascading Style Sheets: The Designer's Edge and Spring Into HTML and CSS.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0614.html
06.14.05
Learn CSS, Selectors
So far in our series covering CSS, we have used only the simplest type of selector. There are many other types of selectors, which give you a lot of power to adjust the styling of your Web documents. In this article, you will learn about the group, universal, class and ID selectors.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0610.html
06.10.05
Managed Hosting Essentials
Now is the time to upgrade your hosting provider. More start-ups to enterprise businesses are choosing Rackspace over any other managed hosting provider. It's easy to see why.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0609.html
06.09.05
Top Rated Customer Support Tool: Download Today
First your customer clicks on a "Help" button on your website to access your ezSupport-powered customer support window. Next the customer support pop-up window appears. Finally depending on your customer's need, they select from the "self-help" and escalation support features.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0607.html
06.07.05
How To Make Better Use Of Web Site Page Titles And META Data
A special search engine optimization case study on manufacturers shows how any business can do a better job with web site page titles and META data. New case studies explain how to improve them.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0603.html
06.03.05
Are you thrilled with your hosting provider's support?
Other companies say support is a priority. Rackspace shows it. They are committed to providing the customer with amazing managed hosting services backed by a policy they call Fanatical Support™. 80% of Rackspace's resources go directly to Fanatical Support™.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0602.html
06.02.05
Are You Missing Your Website's Residual Income Opportunities?
Internet gaming has become the fastest growing segment of web-based commerce today with revenue growth increasing from 1.5 billion in 2000 to 4.6 billion in 2002. Projected growth estimates indicate revenues will climb to 10.7 billion by 2005!

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0526.html
05.26.05
Are you thrilled with your hosting provider's support?
Other companies say support is a priority. Rackspace shows it. They are committed to providing the customer with amazing managed hosting services backed by a policy they call Fanatical Support™. 80% of Rackspace's resources go directly to Fanatical Support™.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0519.html
05.19.05
No RSS Feed? It's A Genetic Marker For "Lame Site"
OK, a few people have already written in and said that that Xbox site is lame not because it doesn't have an RSS feed but because it doesn't have any content. Bing, bing, bing! You win $10 million. You're right! "So, Scoble, if we're right, why are you being such a shmuck about RSS?"

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0517.html
05.17.05
Effective Tool For Managing Your Customer Support
First your customer clicks on a "Help" button on your website to access your ezSupport-powered customer support window. Next the customer support pop-up window appears. Finally depending on your customer's need, they select from the "self-help" and escalation support features.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0516.html
05.16.05
W3C To Help Improve Mobile Browsing
Launch of the Mobile Web Initiative will make browsing by mobile as easy as using a PC web browser. Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web and director of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), announced the Mobile Web Initiative (MWI) in Japan.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0513.html
05.13.05
Effective Tool For Managing Your Customer Support
First your customer clicks on a "Help" button on your website to access your ezSupport-powered customer support window. Next the customer support pop-up window appears. Finally depending on your customer's need, they select from the "self-help" and escalation support features.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0512.html
05.12.05
Are you thrilled with your hosting provider's support?
Other companies say support is a priority. Rackspace shows it. They are committed to providing the customer with amazing managed hosting services backed by a policy they call Fanatical Support™. 80% of Rackspace's resources go directly to Fanatical Support™.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0509.html
05.09.05
How To Manage Your Extension Through Dreamweaver MX
The latest version of Macromedia Dreamweaver, Dreamweaver MX works with a standalone program that is a wonderful assistant in managing your file extension...

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0506.html
05.06.05
Should you use a Webserver Stress Tool
Simulate the HTTP requests generated by hundreds or even thousands of simultaneous users, you can test your web server performance under normal and excessive loads to ensure that information and services are available at speeds your visitors expect.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0505.html
05.05.05
PHP And Cookies; A Good Mix!
Cookies have long been used in PHP scripts, and are a very useful function. But what exactly are cookies? Maybe you have used then, but you still don't know exactly what they are. Or you are completely new to cookies?

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0428.html
04.28.05
The Adobe/Macromedia Merger: More Than A Monopoly?
Recently, those that follow the Internet technologies/graphics and multimedia industry were greeted with some rather interesting news: Adobe and Macromedia have agreed to a deal which allows Adobe to purchase Macromedia for an estimated 3.4 billion dollars (USD).

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0422.html
04.22.05
Matching div heights with CSS and JavaScript
It's not unusual for the layout of a Web page to feature multiple columns. Unfortunately, when creating this layout while using general containers, you can end up with columns of uneven height, depending on their content. This looks very unprofessional. Alejandro Gervasio explains a way to keep your column heights even using CSS and JavaScript.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0415.html
04.15.05
IE and Firefox combined in a single Analyzing Browser
Site Inspector is a Web browser that combines the two most frequently used browser engines (Internet Explorer and Mozilla/Gecko) into one program. Its advanced analysis features make it the perfect companion for webmasters and web developers.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0414.html
04.14.05
The Best Shopping Cart Solution for Your Business
If you are a web developer, or own a web design company, and want to deliver greater value to your customers, the report offered below will show you a way that you can build a more full featured website on your next project and make more $$.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0412.html
04.12.05
Powerful Network Monitor and Analyzer for Packet Decoding
Get more money making traffic from Google by tracking your keyword ranking. Simple Excel spreadsheet lets you generate reports and make notes. Easy to use search engine optimization software.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0408.html
04.08.05
Effective Tool For Managing Your Customer Support
First your customer clicks on a "Help" button on your website to access your ezSupport-powered customer support window. Next the customer support pop-up window appears. Finally depending on your customer's need, they select from the "self-help" and escalation support features.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0407.html
04.07.05
Using Proper DOCTYPE to Fix Browser Compatibility Issues
Firefox's growing market share provides just one strong argument among many for not designing for a single browser anymore. But how compatible is your website, and what can you do to make it work better with a variety of browsers? Anthony Hart explains the dangers of outdated DOCTYPE, and how to avoid them.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0331.html
03.31.05
Respect For Web Developers
When I began working my first post-college full-time job, things had improved a bit. I learned all that fancy JavaScript, VBScript, Applets, and ActiveX stuff. But I couldn't really put it to use because the cross-platform and cross-browser support was horrible. I swore off DHTML and went on with life, focusing more on the backend and server side stuff (Perl, Oracle/MySQL, etc).

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0325.html
03.25.05
Understanding the JavaScript RegExp Object
Need to match and replace patterns on a Web page? You don't need Perl or PHP - JavaScript can do the job just as well. In this article, find out how, with an introduction to the JavaScript RegExp object and its methods. After reading this tutorial, I'm pretty sure you're going to look at JavaScript in a different light.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0318.html
03.18.05
Streamline your order processing
The Stone Edge Order Manager imports orders directly from your shopping cart, then gives you the tools you need to manage your business efficiently and cost effectively.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0317.html
03.17.05
Simple Solution For PHP Includes
I have recently created my first Php program. I wanted to share with others some of the problems that I encountered, and how I finally overcame these obstacles.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0316.html
03.16.05
Debugging in Javascript
Despite its widespread use, there is little support for debugging in Javascript. When scripts get complicated, the debugging process can cause even the most patient programmer to pull out their hair in frustration. Chris Root offers several tools and techniques that just might keep you from going prematurely bald during the debugging process.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0311.html
03.11.05
Combine Project Management with Help Desk Software
TeamHeadquarters, a practical, cost effective, collaborative solution that uniquely combines project management with help desk. To run your organisation as effectively as possible, it is important to balance the workload related to planned project initiatives and unplanned support requests. Entry Software understands the ongoing challenges you face.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0310.html
03.10.05
Why Web Hosts And ISPs Need Web Site Monitoring
If you have spent much time earning a living on the Internet, few things will surprise you. However, I am always amazed with how many companies and individuals make astounding claims without backing them up.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0304.html
03.04.05
Generate HTML Files With PHP To Reduce The Server Load
PIM Team Case Study How you can have a site with tons of visitors without to crash the server? Problem PIM Team Bulgaria had the task to create a quiz site able to hold an extreme server load.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0225.html
02.25.05
How Much Bandwidth Does Your Web Site Need?
Get too little bandwidth and you might be hit with overage fees or have your web site shut off altogether. Get too much and you're paying for bandwidth that you don't really need. The following is a helpful guide for determining the amount of bandwidth that's right for your web site.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0222.html
02.22.05
Forums – Should You Have Them On Your Website?
Forums have become a common feature in many websites. With good free scripts available, and paid scripts being relatively cheap, it seems that every new website has its own forum(s). But is it wise to add forums to your website?

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0218.html
02.18.05
The Proper Way To Use The Robot.txt File
When optimizing your web site most webmasters don't consider using the robot.txt file. This is a very important file for your site. It let the spiders and crawlers know what they can and can not index. This is helpful in keeping them out of folders that you do not want index like the admin or stats folder.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0211.html
02.11.05
Use This JavaScript To Hide Your EMail From Spambots
Ever wander why so many webmasters refuse to insert their email address into the body of their webpages? The reason is to protect their eMail address from email harvesting robots. These robots crawl the Internet searching for email addresses in order to build a spam list.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0204.html
02.04.05
Functional Specification For Web Development
Ineffective functional specification for Web projects such as Web sites, Intranets or Portals contribute largely to delays, higher costs or in applications that do not match the expectations. Independent if the Web site, Intranet or Portal is custom developed or built on packaged software such as Web-, enterprise content management or portal software, the functional specification sets the foundation for project delays and higher costs. To limit delays and unexpected investments during the development process, the following pitfalls should be avoided:

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0128.html
01.28.05
The Smallest Is The Best!.. As Long As It Serves Its Purpose
It is true! In graphics optimization, seen as a part of website optimization, the smallest is the best. Of course, the element in question should still serve its purpose of being the expression of an idea. Furthermore, it should be understandable, clear, suggestive and good-looking.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0121.html
01.21.05
Compression And Other Server-Side Enhancements
While our twenty tips for code optimization in Part I began with the developer's source code, our discussion of cache control in Part II led us steadily towards the server-side in our quest for maximum Web site performance. If you are willing to put on your admin hat for a while, we will now see what other server-side changes can be made in order to speed up site delivery, starting with HTTP compression.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0114.html
01.14.05
Rackspace Managed Hosting may save your vacation
With Rackspace you have your own dedicated support team that knows your company and is motivated to quickly solve any problem. A significant piece of each employee's compensation is tied directly to the customers' satisfaction.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0113.html
01.13.05
Developing Your Site For Performance : Optimal Cache Control
Now that our code has been optimized in order to send as little data as possible, in Part II, we will focus primarily on sending that data as infrequently as possible by means of better utilization of caching on the Web. Once you start to design your sites with an eye towards effective caching control, you will dramatically reduce page load times for your users - particularly your most loyal, repeat visitors - as well as lower your overall bandwidth consumption and free up your server resources.

http://archive.devwebpro.com/2005/0107.html
01.07.05
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