I've got limited HTML and CSS skills, and I'd like to make a Web site that's basically one really, really, really gigantic picture and uses jQuery to jump around from point to point inside it. What's the easiest way to do that? [more inside]
Is PHP/MySQL the best solution for the back end programming of a job listing website? [more inside]
I've been doing LAMP web development for about ten years. I'd like to learn a new language to diversify my skills. What language should I choose? [more inside]
I need to get a new job, as soon as possible. I’m planning to get back into IT, specifically Web Programming and need advice on how to get my skills back up to speed. [more inside]
I'd like some program ideas to implement. [more inside]
Why does the cross-domain restriction exist on the XMLHttpRequest object? [more inside]
Can I safely and legally build a Craigslist crawler? If so, help me figure out how! See inside for details... [more inside]
Can you give me any pointers on learning web development? Unlike other similar questions in the archives (1, 2), I have a lot of programming experience. I haven't really followed web programming practices closely, however, because without keeping closely involved, it has been hard to sort out useful stuff from buzzwords and fads. (Non-web programming has enough of those!) [more inside]
What should I learn in order to do web development? [more inside]
What are the must-have certifications for a web developer working in higher education? [more inside]
Does anyone know of a template that is similar to AskMetaFilter? I'm trying to set up a communications site for my company, and I think that this format would suit it perfectly. I'm not much of a programmer, but I really like the social format of this site and think that my company could benefit from a similar structure for our interior communications. Any suggestions?
Whats the best way to setup and implement a tagging/folksonomy system into a php content management system from scratch? [more inside]
How do you do that thing whereby a person can go to your website and map their domain to a subdirectory of your own website? Do you need to have root on your server to do this or are there easier (read: cheaper) ways to do it?
Web Dev: Is there any way to define alternate content (i.a.: an html menu) for non-flash enabled browsers?