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  1. Anyone know of a good up-to-date jQuery cheat sheet? The most recent I can find is 1.4 and they're on 1.7. Edit: scratch that. Changing my google search turned one up: http://woorkup.com/2011/12/05/jquery-1-7-visual-cheat-sheet/
  2. PHPDesigner 8 (http://mpsoftware.dk/) was just released. I've been using this IDE for years and I absolutely love it. I looked at PHPStorm and it seems like PHPDesigner can do all of that stuff. And it's cheaper.
  3. I'm always looking for new tools so I gave this one a test drive. It is very cool and I like the idea of being able to browse the different cloud services in a very nice interface. However, no one doing any reasonable development would find this effective. Having to open a new interface to select a file to upload vs. having a split window where you can drag from a local location is not something to leave out of an FTP program. Fail. By the way, I don't personally use it but I've tried it: the IDE I use (PHPDesigner) has a built in FTP tool that will automatically upload the files when you save them. That might work for some but I like having more control over when things are uploaded.
  4. My biggest issue with your site is 'header' area. You have that HUGE block that is present on all pages. If my screen was only a tiny bit shorter or I was one of those people with 10 toolbars in my browser, I wouldn't even know the content below it was changing. I would either reduce the size of that banner area, have it change from page to page, or think of a different way to do that. I agree with the comments about 'missing information'. When to call, where you are if someone wants to come to you... maybe a FAQ section?
  5. So FCKeditor got upgraded to "CKeditor 3.0". Great... no built-in file browser but they're pushing CKFinder... which has a steep license fee. Anyone know of a decent web file browser/managers that can be integrated with other rich editors?
  6. I think you owe us a torrent, no?
  7. How many super computers do you know that are still up and working 28 years after they come online? it's already obsolete in terms of technology...
  8. That's a fairly broad question. Many spammers use a variety of methods to send spam, using different encodings, spoofing server information, etc. to get around spam blockers. I would get an OTS product which has a subscription service that is constantly updated. Doing this on your own would be a nightmare to stay on top of.
  9. Google and even Bing do this for you. You don't have to enter anything. It uses Geo-locating technology to determine your location. Even better is if you have an account with one of these services and provide your location.
  10. HAHAHAHA... I've run across a few of those on a blog I visit. Classics for sure.
  11. After using it for over a year, I'm sold on PHPDesigner.  Great product, works well and has a lot built-in.
  12. http://www.phpfreaks.com/forums/index.php/topic,201206.0.html Xansa noted a smaller editor that might fit your needs.
  13. This is a good companion and is linked from that site several times: http://www.ilovejackdaniels.com/cheat-sheets/
  14. http://emaxhosting.com was suggested as well.
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