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1. Favicon MIME type?

(Markup and Style/CSS) ... served. With "text/*" MIME, browsers / search bots respect the MIME type provided and treat files as html or text content. Favicons also needs correct MIME type in order to be used by browsers. B...
Friday, 17 June 2011

2. Inline-Block Cross-browser Support

(Markup and Style/CSS) This is the CSS rule for giving elements inline-block styling. .inline-block { display:-moz-inline-box; display:inline-block; -moz-box-orient: vertical; zoom:1; *display:inline;
Monday, 23 November 2009

3. Super slow website on IE6?

(PHP/Gotchas) ... page components. So your site may be slower or extremely slower depending on the number of components (HTML elements) which use similar CSS rule. Solution:Instead of fixing the CSS code which isn'...
Friday, 21 August 2009

4. 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 increa...
Monday, 29 June 2009

5. Lighten the load for Zend Framework Application - Part I

(PHP/Performance) ...rap. url.rewrite-once = ( ".*\?(.*)$" => "/index.php?$1", ".*\.(js|ico|gif|jpg|png|swf|css|html)$" => "$0", "" => "/index.php" ) To enable gzip compression, make sure you have ...
Wednesday, 13 May 2009

6. Serving XHTML in Zend Framework App

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

7. Web Standards

(News/Features) ...e are concerned about deploying W3C standards for the new websites. Our sites take advantages of valid XHTML, CSS, HTML 4.01 code. HTML 4.01 is the baseline for building websites which are both SEO f...
Thursday, 27 December 2007

8. Advanced site performance techniques

(News/Features) absolutely no impact on functionality. Both the end users and your server consume less traffic. XHTML compliant code - make your site modern, use the latest standard from W3C. ...
Wednesday, 26 December 2007

9. Test

(Static Content) ...the masses. It's easy to administer and reliable. Joomla! doesn't even require you to know HTML to operate it once it's up and running. Best of all, Joomla! is free!! We customize ...
Wednesday, 26 December 2007

10. Enable your Zend Framework App with Conditional GET! (Make it green)

(Comments) ... caveat about eTags popularized by the Steve Souders book: If you use more than one server, turn off eTags altogether....
Sunday, 20 June 2010

11. Enable your Zend Framework App with Conditional GET! (Make it green)

(Comments) Hi Giovanni, thanks for your contribution. I have included it onto article. I've taken the todo's text from W3C specs :) What is means here, is that "if we set response code somewhere in the applicati
Friday, 26 February 2010

12. Enable your Zend Framework App with Conditional GET! (Make it green)

(Comments) Sorry, got the html chars stripped off. Here it is, to be placed at the beginning of the shudownloop function: $response_code = $this->getResponse()->getHttpResponseCode(); if (! (($response_code [GR
Tuesday, 23 February 2010

13. Serving XHTML in Zend Framework App

(Comments) Wouldn't it be more precise to say that WebKit prefers XHTML, not Chrome? Or am I missing something?
Friday, 01 May 2009

14. Serving XHTML in Zend Framework App

(Comments) If you run site through CMS forget about serving correct XHTML, there will always be something wrong or badly inserted tag if you use WYSIWYG in your app. With "application/xhtml+xml" browser will dis
Saturday, 25 April 2009

15. Serving XHTML in Zend Framework App

(Comments) Thanks. Added Opera to the list. I belive Opera has a long history of support for XHTML but only recent versions indicate prefferance for XHTML over HTML in the Accept header. :) Forgot to enable com
Friday, 24 April 2009

16. Serving XHTML in Zend Framework App

(Comments) ...s: <head> ... </head> <body> <span>Some text>/span>... </body> </html> If an XHTML validator does not validate the document, it won't be displayed in supporti...
Friday, 24 April 2009

17. 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

18. 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

19. Serving XHTML in Zend Framework App

(Comments) ...Zend_Controller_Response_Http::$getBody in /var/www/htdocs/immogo/library/Smartycode/Controller/Plugin/XhtmlServe.php on line 61...
Thursday, 23 April 2009

20. Serving XHTML in Zend Framework App

(Comments) Opera also sends Accept header with application/xhtml+xml ps. why doesn't your comment form submit when I press enter in the input boxes?
Thursday, 23 April 2009