Who doesn't hate IE6? Sadly, developers have to deal with that obsolete browser due to the still important amount of people using it.
After all, this browser is such a pain for developers, that we have the right to avenge us from time to time;)
Who never received lots of unwanted messages on their e-mail? Certainly, few of us. You probably know it, you should never leave your email address in a web page. To understand why, I propose you to study this small Python script, which will scan the Google search for e-mail addresses. You may be surprised by how much results it will get.
Looking for a premium Wordpress theme, with magazines features and a very cool design, but don't want to pay a single buck? If so, you're just at the right place. Here's OpenBook, a theme I originally made up for my personnal weblog lyxia.org, but which is now available for free download.
Wordpress, like many other blog engines, uses the rel="nofollow" attribute in comments for the so-called fight against spam. If this was a good idea, it is totally ineffective, and in addition, a link with this attribute will not receive any credit by Google when they rank websites. It is therefore clearly in the interest of bloggers to get rid of rel="nofollow" attribute.
One thing I really love with the Python programming language is its incredible extensibility. Here's a list of 50 awesome modules for Python, covering almost all needs: Databases, GUIs, Images, Sound, OS interaction, Web, and more.
Vista lighting effect is very popular, and many tutorials explaining how to recreate it can be found on the Internet. However, they had a point in common: Being relatively inaccessible for beginners with Photoshop. I therefore propose my own version of this tutorial, in order to create a striking effect, quickly and easily.