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All CSS design should start with a clean reset. Just like working on a Windows PC :)

A killer collection of global CSS reset styles

Keep your code clean, format, indent, and you’ll be a bit happier next month when you’ll upgrade it or make some additions.

12 principles for keeping your code clean

With the fresh version of the WordPress (2.7), some of you may want to develop plugins. Nettuts shows us how to create a simple scheduled posts plugin.

Anatomy of a WordPress plugin

I wish I had read this tutorial 5 years ago when I started my hosting business and I was trying to set up PHP and MySQL together on a Pentium II with Apache installed, hoping to start my own server in the kitchen. Fortunately, I chose HostGator, and all’s well.

How to setup a dedicated web server for free

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