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Help me become a web developer, fellow web developers!

In what order should I learn technologies for web development? There're so many! [more inside]
posted by jasondbarr on Jan 21, 2012 - 21 answers

Representing HTML within an XML Schema

How do I indicate the potential presence of HTML within an XML element in that xml document's Schema? [more inside]
posted by garius on May 11, 2011 - 5 answers

How to merge data fields into a plain text file?

Is there some way to do a "mail merge" type operation on plain text, xml or html files without using a word processor? [more inside]
posted by geekgirl397 on Nov 25, 2009 - 11 answers

Can You Search For XML Text?

Do Google and Bing spider XML pages? [more inside]
posted by netbros on Jul 28, 2009 - 2 answers

Help me AJAXify a portion of my project without overwhelming me.

Help me AJAX-ify a very simple web process in PHP. Links to very simple AJAX tutorials much appreciated. [more inside]
posted by odinsdream on Jan 8, 2008 - 7 answers

Why is my xml navigation not loading into my Flash movie?

Hyperspecific Html & Flash question especially for XML and Flash Video superstars. Why is my xml navigation not loading into my Flash movie? [more inside]
posted by jeremias on Sep 19, 2007 - 4 answers

How can I make an RSS-like feed that is publishable by the public?

How can I make an rss-like feed that is publishable by the public? Maybe there's a better way to do this, but here's what I'd like the end result to look like [more inside]
posted by itchi23 on Aug 5, 2007 - 3 answers

XML for my product lists and rollover menus?

Are there any good XML/XHTML frameworks for using XML data to automatically populate both/either web page content and JavaScript rollover menus? [more inside]
posted by brianvan on Aug 27, 2006 - 4 answers

Are there solutions to make IE interpret transitional pages the same as Firefox?

When my website (http://www.shalom-bayit.com/index.php) is displayed in IE, the sidebar is broken. It appears below the document no matter what width I set. However in Firefox it displays like it should. I am thinking it has to do with the doctype declaration. This problem only existed when I added php code into the page and renamed it to a php file, thus having to change the doctype to transitional. Why does IE interpret transitional pages different than Firefox? Any ideas on why this happens, and what can be done to correct it?
posted by torpark on Aug 10, 2006 - 26 answers

HTML/PHP/XML to PDF

HTML/PHP/XML to PDF: How should I convert an active webpage to PDF format? [more inside]
posted by chrisfromthelc on Mar 8, 2006 - 4 answers

Xpath problem

XPATH hell-I'm trying to XPATH out the (xml) contents of the processVXMLReturn tag in this document. The file contains the exact XML response from a web service; I have no control over the output. I'm just interested in the nested xml payload. Hope my terminology is correct.[M to the Izzay]

Positive Oracle karma offered in exchange! [more inside]
posted by neilkod on Jan 28, 2005 - 13 answers

How can I automatically format an XML file?

XMLFilter: I need to format an XML file nicely, with the correct indentation and so forth. Unfortunately the file is all on one line. Any suggestions for a Windows user? [more inside]
posted by John Shaft on Oct 31, 2004 - 4 answers

Taking data from an XML file and putting it into an HTML file.

I need help taking data from an XML file and putting it into an HTML file. (MI) [more inside]
posted by @homer on Mar 9, 2004 - 16 answers

Is there any central authority or archive for XML DTDs and Schemas?

Is there any central authority or archive for XML DTDs and Schemas? I am thinking of developing an *ML, and would like to know if similar work has already been done, if there are any naming conventions, etc.
posted by signal on Mar 2, 2004 - 4 answers

What scripting languages and/or CMSes are most important to learn in a library environment?

Library/information science question(s): My code-fearful friend succeeded in getting through library school without exposure to more than basic HTML. I now have him on a diet of Dreamweaver and XHTML, with a sprinkling of GoLive. He's wondering about next steps: for someone who wants to be well-equipped to work in an academic, medical, legal, or similar library or archive (with web development as part of his job, rather than the focus of it), what scripting language(s) and/or content-management systems are most important to learn? Is the library world fragmented in this regard, or is there a dominant technology? What would be a logical entry vector into this world for someone without a comp-sci bone in his body (in terms of languages/systems, and specific learning resources)?[no more inside]
posted by stonerose on Jan 22, 2004 - 6 answers

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