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December 21, 2014
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IE5's HTML Applications

With Internet Explorer 5, HTAs can read and write files on the client machine or run embedded ActiveX controls and Java applets regardless of any security-zone settings.

Internet Explorer 5: What's New

Web developers and surfers alike have been waiting months for the new release to see the latest and greatest in browser developments.

In style: Cascading Style Sheets

You've probably heard a lot about Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) lately and even if you haven't, there's a good chance you've been using numerous Web sites that make use of this new technology. Here you'll find a step-by-step guide to CSS, and how you can u

pass-lib.pl : Adding password protection

More and more Web sites are relying on Web-based applications to update content, process orders, manage mailing lists, and other routine tasks. While these tools make Web site management easier, they also pose security risks when accessible to just anyone

Using templates with Perl/CGI

Most Web applications by nature use a lot of HTML. Think about a Web-based email program such as Hotmail. HTML is used to display numerous pages including the login screen, mailbox, read message, send message, folders, menubar, setup options, and many other pages.

Cross-platform Perl/CGI tips and tricks

Let's talk about writing cross-platform Perl/CGI programs. Cross-platform means that a program will work just as well on a Windows server as it will on a Unix server and vice versa. It also means that if a program is moved from one type of server to another, it can run without any modifications.

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