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InDesign Secrets If you've been using InDesign for any appreciable amount of time, then you have probably created some custom settings for yourself. Settings that you would like to, say, transfer to a second computer that you're using, like a laptop. Or maybe you want to share with other people in your workgroup, put it on the server for other people to use. Like custom workspaces or saved find change queries and so on. I'm going to show you how to do that in this video. By the way, let me mention that if you're using InDesign CC, at some point, we don't have it yet in this computer, but at some point they're going to add a feature called Sync Settings.
The Best Way to Learn PHP Learning something from scratch is almost always an arduous affair -- you simply have no idea as to where to start, or not to start, to kick things off. I loathed learning about the idiosyncrasies of C++'s syntax when all I wanted to learn were some darn programming concepts. As I'm sure you can agree, this is a less than ideal situation. This is where the Nettuts+ "The Best Way to Learn" series comes into the picture.
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Why You’re a Bad PHP Programmer We all have our bad habits. In this article, we'll go over a list of bad practices that are worth examining, reevaluating, and correcting immediately. Republished Tutorial Every few weeks, we revisit some of our reader's favorite posts from throughout the history of the site. This tutorial was first published in February of 2011. Who the Hell Do You Think You Are?
Learning PHP: Get Started Using PHP This PHP tutorial will guide you through the process of learning and using PHP, preparing you with some fundamental knowledge to get you started in the right path. We will talk about the history of PHP, create a local development environment (so that you won’t need a web server) and create a basic PHP script while discussing common beginner PHP gotchas along the way. Introduction 5.1 Advertising: Corporate identity guidelines FIP Manual, March 1989 Introduction Advertising signatures should be presented in a consistent manner, clearly conveying federal sponsorship of the message. Set out here are guidelines on how government policy on the use of the federal signature and the “Canada” wordmark should be applied in advertising. These guidelines are intended to promote clear and consistent identification of the sponsor, while allowing flexibility on how signatures are being applied.
A Better Login System Net.tuts+ has published several great tutorials on user login systems. Most tutorials only deal with authenticating the user, which allows for two levels of security: logged in and not logged in. For many sites, a finer degree of control is needed to control where users can go and what they can do. Creating an access control list (ACL) system will give you the flexibility for granular permissions. Introduction 8 Practices to Secure Your Web App When it comes to application security, in addition to securing your hardware and platform, you also need to write your code securely. This article will explain how to keep your application secure and less vulnerable to hacking. The following are the best habits that a programmer can develop in order to protect his or her application from attack: Input data validationGuarding against XSS attacksGuarding against CSRF attacksPreventing SQL Injection attacksProtecting the file systemProtecting session dataProper error handlingGuarding included files Input Data Validation
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