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1. Little PHPDoc and SVN Integration

(PHP/Gotchas) ...from SVN, developers can see the versioning/last changed author when opening files and PHPDoc will generate documentation that reflects SVN information. ...
Thursday, 05 November 2009

2. Separating CSS and JS from HTML

(Improve/Website Optimization Techniques) ...cached by browsers. JavaScript and CSS code that is inlined in webpages gets downloaded every time the HTML document is requested. This reduces the number of HTTP requests that are needed, but increas...
Monday, 29 June 2009

3. Serving XHTML in Zend Framework App

(PHP/Performance) ...HTML is often misunderstood by PHP developers. Frontend engineers simply include the XHTML doctype to their documents, without actually serving document as XHTML. This triggers majority of the browser...
Wednesday, 22 April 2009

4. Serving XHTML in Zend Framework App

(Comments) ...t;span>Some text>/span>... </body> </html> If an XHTML validator does not validate the document, it won't be displayed in supporting browsers (just the errors)...
Friday, 24 April 2009

5. Serving XHTML in Zend Framework App

(Comments) XHTML specification was made to bring the power of XML features/tools (for instance document parsing) to HTML. When you simply include the XHTML doctype in a webpage, this is not enough to trigger a
Friday, 24 April 2009

6. Serving XHTML in Zend Framework App

(Comments) i don't really understand what u meant by "without actually serving document as XHTML" what u mean by that? what is content negotiation? so that compression can be used?
Thursday, 23 April 2009

7. Serving XHTML in Zend Framework App

(Comments) the web I'm applying the plugin. One error and 2 warnings are reported: Error: Line 1, Column 1: end of document in prolog Warning 1: Unable to Determine Parse Mode! Warning 2: No Character encodi...
Thursday, 23 April 2009