For those of you who don’t already know, I’ve been a blogger over at SitePoint for a few months now. Today, I’m even happier to be a participant in the SitePoint community because, for a limited time only, SitePoint is offering the sale of the century: buy 5 SitePoint books for the price of 1. […]
Clickjacking or, more formally, user interface redressing, is a class of security vulnerabilities similar to phishing scams. The technique uses web standards to trick unsuspecting victims into performing actions they were not intending to. Clickjacking does not rely on bugs in any software. Instead, the technique is simply an abuse of the growing graphical capabilities […]
Last month, 37signals published a short but sweet post about why web designers should do the HTML/CSS implementations for their own designs. The bottom line is, as we’ve all been saying for a long time now, that the Web is not the same kind of medium as other mediums like print. It is a fundamentally […]
For those who have been wondering what is keeping me so busy these days, the answer is that I’m working on the final stages of a book that is getting published as one of three co-authors. Not only am contributing three chapters (the technical chapters on (X)HTML and CSS, specifically), but I am also technically […]
I’ve been told that not updating this blog is an unacceptable use of my time, so here’s an obligatory “Here’s-what’s-going-on-with-me” update. The short answer: a lot! The long answer is the rest of this entry.
MaymayMedia.com gets a facelift, but the upgrades are not yet complete.
After quite the ordeal over the last two days, the Web site for Sapphire Group, LLC finally launched today. It marks my first work-for-hire Web site that launches (semi-)publicly. During the process, I found myself scrambling to learn as much as I could about DNS entries across the Internet. Did a lot of reading over […]