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Blog - Extended data source options with DataTables Blog - Extended data source options with DataTables Thu, 9th Aug 2012 Welcome to the new DataTables blog! I would like to use this section of the site to introduce various topics which are useful for DataTables and give tutorials about how to integrate some of the more advanced aspects of DataTables into your site. For my first post, I'd like to introduce one of the new features in the forthcoming 1.8 release of DataTables (which is currently in beta: available here) - that of extended data source options.
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All commands sorted by votes -p parameter tells wget to include all files, including images. -e robots=off you don't want wget to obey by the robots.txt file -U mozilla as your browsers identity. --random-wait to let wget chose a random number of seconds to wait, avoid get into black list. Other Useful wget Parameters: --limit-rate=20k limits the rate at which it downloads files.

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As far as differences go, it is really just syntactic sugar. Somewhat equivalent to: "do you like jQuery() or $()?" Both can be compiled, executed, and used interchangeably (AFAIK). From the code samples I have seen thus far, more people seem to follow the Crockford code convention: (function() { ... }()); Personally, I prefer the (function(){})(); convention because it is more apparent to me that the function is self-executing; I'm also a big user of jQuery and that's the convention used in jQuery source. javascript - Is there a difference between (function() {...}()); and (function() {...})(); javascript - Is there a difference between (function() {...}()); and (function() {...})();
Log trigger Log trigger It is a particular technique for change data capturing, and -in data warehousing- for dealing with slowly changing dimensions. Definition[edit] Column1, Column2, ..., Columnn
Learning how to hack ? Learning how to hack is simple. This tutorial will explain the basics of what you need to learn to do. 1. Get Linux or FreeBSD ASAP 2. Learning how to hack ?
This Is Lifehacker's Evil Episode: Cracking Windows Passwords, Padlocks, and Wi-Fi

This Is Lifehacker's Evil Episode: Cracking Windows Passwords, Padlocks, and Wi-Fi

Say you wanted to mask a much larger file as being something else (Ok fine I'll come clean - I've currently got my porn section in a password encrypted truecrypt mountable drive file). I'd love to make the actual file I have to click on to launch truecrypt look like something else, instead of just a file the computer doesn't know which program to use to open it. WBstego won't let me do this, as the file you are trying to mask needs to be smaller than the carrier file, and the mountable drive is exactly 100gb.
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10 Usability Tips Based on Research Studies We hear plenty usability tips and techniques from an incalculable number of sources. Many of the ones we take seriously have sound logic, but it’s even more validating when we find actual data and reports to back up their theories and conjectures. This article discusses usability findings of research results such as eye-tracking studies, reports, analytics, and usability surveys pertaining to website usability and improvements. You’ll discover that many of these usability tips will be common sense but are further supported with numbers; however, some might surprise you and change your outlook on your current design processes. 1. Forget the "Three-Click Rule"

10 Usability Tips Based on Research Studies

CSS3 drop shadow CSS3 drop shadow Until a while ago, web developers were forced to learn Photoshop or count with a trustful graphic designer to help them with things like shadows, gradients and stuff, this because there was no method to create these elements directly on CSS. Then the world saw the release of CSS3 with its fantastic features, which included of course making shadows. On this post we have gathered a big list with some of the best resources to let you know a little bit more about CSS3 shadows, you will find useful tutorials, great plugins and code examples, shadow generators and a few extra links. Our best of the best Without wanting to sound pretentious, we’ve just released a fantastic (and FREE) CSS3 shadow generator in ThemeShock, the tool incorporates tons of features and great accessibility to help you make the most astounding shadows with CSS only. Open CSS3 Shadow Generator
15 Best Wireframing Tools for Designers Building a website can be a time-consuming and expensive business. To ensure that you minimize the number of hours spent and the amount of money wasted on each project, it’s absolutely essential that you plan properly, flushing out content and functionality early, reducing rework. Most people simply use a pen and paper to plan the early stages of their website designs, but is this enough? Besides a rough, handwritten sketch, you should be creating wireframes for your own benefit and to aid in preliminary discussions with clients and team members. To create a successful wireframe, you’re going to need to use a good wireframing tool. 15 Best Wireframing Tools for Designers
15 Best Wireframing Tools for Designers

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Responsive Design (Think @media-queries, and more) Achieve responsive design with CSS that targets different screen resolutions, paths, states and browsers. Need to display an element at a specific screen size ?
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