At CSS Creator I have just set up a CSS Forum with the hope of building a CSS community, which can get help and give advice on all things CSS related. Nearly all sites use CSS as it has many benefits for web developers. Along with the benefits of CSS, browsers with their differing support for various features can provide a headache or two. The CSS Forum should help bring web developers together to discuss solutions for CSS problems.
Working with Multi-page Forms by Matt Wade, looks at a method for handling the data, from multiple pages of forms.
The year is flying by we are at the end of January already. I have just updated the webstats page reset everything to zero and added table which show a comparison between operating systems and browsers for 2001 and 2002.
The PHP MySQL Table Manager was very popular over the last year, its had over 6000 downloads. Thanks to all the people who have suggested features etc.
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The Menu of the PHP:MySql Table Manager has been updated. A button to take you to the tables of the current database was added and the Table Manager Start button now takes you to a listing of available databases. Also a permissions error when trying to create a database has been fixed.
Another thing I've been playing with over the last couple of weeks is a CSS Generator, there's still more refining to do but if your interested in having a look be my guest.
Once again the PHP:MySql Table Manager has been updated.
This update allows you to specify which database or databases a user can access.
Thanks Henry for suggesting the change and prompting me to do something about it.
While I was busy coding I updated the Link System mainly to bring it into line with PHP version 4.1 and greater. The other changes are adding security to the admin page and create table page, which now require you to logon.
Thanks to Aaron for his suggestions on improving the Visitor Sniffer. I have made the suggested changes which improve the way the minor version of Netscape 6 is detected.