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Learn HTML & CSS at the HTML Playground

The HTML Playground offers XHTML and CSS references by example. The site is still in beta at version 0.4, but offers an easy to use interface that makes digesting all the information displayed simple. It is a fast loading application and I have just found

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600+ Free Online CS and Programming Books is a website dedicated to programming books, textbooks, and notes. The content is 100% free and 100% legal. There are hundreds of books spread out among seven main categories with many subcategories within each main category. The seven main categories are Computer Science Books,

10 Online Magazines for Developers and Designers

PHP Magazine PHP Magazine is an online magazine in the form of a blog. There are posts that range many different categories, mainly PHP, but others from within their network of sites. There is information from software and book reviews to articles and tutorials. Ajax

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Create Standards Compliant Slide Shows With S5

S5 (Simple Standards-based Slide Show System) is an easy way to create nice looking slide shows that are completely standards compliant. Using XHTML, CSS, and JavaScript, S5 allows you to view the normal slideshow as well as a printer friendly version. The transitions are fast

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CubeStat Estimates the Value of Your Website

CubeStat estimates the value of your website as well as providing some meta and index information in a single report. The estimates are based on a “unique” algorithm that determines what a website’s net worth, daily page views, and daily ad revenues are. The report

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Cuil Rethinks The Typical Search Results Layout

Cuil was released yesterday and has had a great deal of coverage already. Most of the coverage has been about its index size (121 billion) in comparison to Google’s (40 billion) as well as its search results in comparison to Google’s. So I’m sure most

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Opera Releases the Web Standards Curriculum

Opera has recently released its Web Standards Curriculum. With support already from the Yahoo! Developer Network, the Web Standards Project, and many universities, the current curriculum offers 23 articles with 30 more promised by September. There are articles that cover the topics of standards introduction,

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Social Marker brings all of your link submissions together. What great potential this website has. This site could save a lot of time for people who like to participate in both the social networking and social bookmarking aspect of web 2.0. Social Marker allows you

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LightWindow JavaScript Framework Review

LightWindow is a JavaScript framework based on Prototype and Scriptaculous. If you aren’t familiar with these two amazing resources, it is definitely worth your time to become familiar with them. They are two of the most useful resources available for Web 2.0 developing. LightWindow takes

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Real Time Website Stats From

I ran across a new website, W3Counter, that offers free tracking of your website stats. It has the look and feel of Google Analytics. I was registered, set up, and ready to add the tracking code in only a few minutes. This site has some