There are plenty of opinions about organizing markup, but the W3C is the predominant authority in such matters. When referring to the proper position of script tags, the latest W3C content is a bit vague.

Where does the tag go?

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I suspect that there are nearly as many solutions to the problem of email address validation as there are projects that require them. I’ve seen a fair amount of them myself over the years, they range from simply checking for the presence of an @ in a string to extremely complex and often flawed sub-routines designed for the task. Get a proper script

Have you seen PHP functions used without parentheses, such as echo or include? That’s because these aren’t really functions. They are a short list of entities called language constructs. See the list of constructs.

Since version 5, you can autoload classes in PHP. Autoloading functionality is part of the SPL (Standard PHP Library), a set of classes and interfaces that are meant to solve standard problems. In this article, I will show you what autoloading is all about and how you can benefit from it. Learn about autoloading.

The difference between PHP functions require and include are simply error handling. See the quick view table here. (more…)

I found a fascinating difference in the use of the dynamic script tag between Internet Exploder and all the other browsers. They call the remote script at different times. This might cause undesirable behaviors in your script. Read on.

Welcome to another article on Building Better Web Pages. This article series comprehensively covers building an HTML document: easily learned, but rarely perfected.

Today’s article covers the HTML <head> tag . Many of its elements remain a mystery to novice and intermediate designers. The expert designer, though, will learn to harness the power of his or her <head> tag. When implemented properly, pages will be more accessible, load faster, and become more successful on search engines.