Ricky Onsman, Nov 05
The Got Rule and the Thing Rule
Like many organisations focused on publishing content, SitePoint maintains a Style Guide: a set of instructions and guidelines all SitePoint authors and editors follow.
Ben Schwarz, Nov 05
JSConf Downunder in Sydney
The popular conference, JSConf, is coming to Sydney. The conference date is November 15, 2012, and will feature high profile speakers like Brendan Eich.
Karn Broad, Nov 02
SitePoint Podcast #186: Freelancing with Michael Kimsal
Karn Broad, Oct 26
SitePoint Podcast #185: CSRF is the New SQL Injection
HTML & CSS
Mick Gibson, Oct 25
Jump Start Your Web Dev Learning in a Weekend
Sarah Hawk, Oct 24
Talk Node.js with the Experts - How it all Went Down
This morning I hosted another session in our Talk with the Experts series – this time the subject was Node.js and this is what went down...
Sarah Hawk, Oct 23
Talk Node.js with the Experts Tomorrow
Make sure you don’t miss the next in our series of ‘Talk With The Experts’ live forum workshops. We're talking Node.js with Don Nguyen, Giovanni Ferron and Mark Dalgleish - the team of experts behind our upcoming Node.js Jump Start book and exciting new series.
Karn Broad, Oct 19
SitePoint Podcast #184: JSPro.com with Colin Ihrig
Craig Buckler, Oct 19
Microsoft IE10 and its "Do Not Track" Default Settings
Microsoft has announced that IE10 will enable "Do Not Track" by default; a decision which has outraged corporate America. Craig looks at both sides of the debate.
Craig Buckler, Oct 17
What is "Do Not Track" and How it Affects Your Website
All the main vendors have implemented "Do Not Track" in their browsers. Craig explains the concept further and provides advice for specific applications.
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Oct 15
Browser Vendors Join Forces on WebPlatform.org HTML5 Documentation
Will WebPlatform.org become the definitive source of all web developer documentation? Craig looks at the ambitious project from the W3C, Google, Apple, Microsoft, Mozilla, Opera and other vendors.
Karn Broad, Oct 12
SitePoint Podcast #183: Social Login
Craig Buckler, Oct 12
Firefox 16: What's New and Why it was Pulled
Firefox 16 is out. Or, more specifically, Firefox 16.0.1 has been released following a slightly embarrassing security issue. Craig looks at the surprising number of updates and new features.
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Oct 10
How to Use Responsive Web Design to Support Old Browsers
Is it really possible to support IE6, IE7, IE8 and any other legacy browser without wasting time on testing, debugging and hacks? Craig's simple solution could be the one you need...
Tom Museth, Oct 08
Karn Broad, Oct 06
SitePoint Podcast #182: Web Directions with John Allsopp
Craig Buckler, Oct 05
Karn Broad, Sep 28
SitePoint Podcast #181: Solving More Problems Than You Create
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Sep 24
W3C Announce HTML5 2014 Delivery Plan
HTML5 will become a W3C Recommendation in 2014. HTML5.1 will arrive in 2016. Craig looks at the plan and discusses why it's meaningless to web developers.
Karn Broad, Sep 21
SitePoint Podcast #180: Face2Face with David Lee King
Craig Buckler, Sep 21
The Main Traits of Rock Star Developers
Craig discusses what makes a great developer? Is it knowledge, experience, productivity, code quality or something different...
Craig Buckler, Sep 17
Perhaps Your Site Isn't Illegal in Europe?
Has the EU cookie law been defeated? Craig discusses Silktide's challenge against the UK's Information Commissioner's Office.
Karn Broad, Sep 14
SitePoint Podcast #179: Mining the Database
Craig Buckler, Sep 14
5 Reasons Why Zuckerberg Has Not Killed HTML5
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has claimed HTML5 was the biggest strategic mistake the company made. Craig provides five reasons why the "HTML5 is dead" headlines were plain silly.