Are you backing up your blog?

I just had to get this post up after today. We’ve been doing work for a guy for about 2 years now on one of his websites. Anyway we get in one morning and his site has been hacked, all the main content had been replaced with some javascript that loaded an iframe. He asked

Essential Reads #1 – SmashingMagazine

My new idea for a new blog post that people might find useful is essential reads. Basically this section will contain links to sites that I use everyday to find useful; links, guides and information that I think have made me a better developer. The first site in this series is SmashingMagazine. This website, in

Cheat Sheets

Cheat sheets can be very handy from time to time. Although you probably wont learn much from them, I find them excellent for refreshing my memory. For example if I’ve been working on an ASP project for a while and then have to do some CSS or even worse PHP I often take a while

Flexigrid with asp (version 2)

After some users reported problems using my flexigrid with asp and IE I decided to redo some of the code to fix it. Basically the problem was that when the JSON code generated it is supposed to add a comma (,) to the end of every line apart from the last one. My code put