Why use naming conventions? The use of standardized names for the elements of a project (or the naming conventions) allows all persons involved in the project to share the same language. It makes the code easier to understand for everybody, as it follows known rules, as well as making the application development more coherent.
Just in case you aren't familiar with podcasting, quite simply it's a process for distributing audio files using RSS 2.0. A podcaster creates an audio recording, posts it to a server somewhere, and references the audio file as an enclosure in an RSS feed. By subscribing to the RSS feed in an app capable of processing enclosures, you get fresh audio content delivered to your desktop every time the podcaster creates something new.
To learn the process, though, you don't need anything fancy.
A couple of years ago, I became very fond of WebDAV. I replaced all of my FTP servers with DAV. I began managing the content on all of my websites via DAV. I even replaced most of my network file systems with DAV.
Please note that this is not a tutorial on setting up DAV, using DAV, or even telling you what DAV is.
This chapter introduces the basics of color theory, choosing color schemes that work, and good practice when dealing with color on the Web.
This sample is taken from Chapter 2: "Colors" of the Glasshaus Title "Web Graphics for Non-Designers"
This chapter goes through credit card validation and verification, such as is vital during the checkout procedure of an online shopping application. The chapter as a whole covers all aspects of the checkout procedure in detail.
This sample is taken from Chapter 7: "Credit Card Validation and Verification" of the Glasshaus title "Usable Shopping Carts"
Snippets are a new tool that allow you to collect and manage sections of Code. In many ways the Snippets Library is a code library.
In this article you will learn how to use Snippets in Dreamweaver MX and how to create your own Snippets.