Rate Your Level

Posted: July 19, 2011 in General, Technology

Rather than try and attach years of experience to this scale, I’m going to represent a list of major areas and skills, questions, or topics in some basic area. I’ve tried to capture whether I feel a skill is required to be a beginner, Intermediate or Advanced web developer.

I put this list together based on my own experience, some search on web and other people’s views.

Beginner: Knows some of the items on the list
Intermediate: Knows most intermediate items and some advanced
Advanced: Knows almost everything on the list

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New Tags In HTML 5.0

Posted: June 6, 2011 in HTML

I collected some of tag which is newly added in HTML5 and some of tag is deprecated, Please find below.

Since these tags are still not recommended by W3C    🙂

New tags in HTML5.



<article> Defines an article
<aside> Defines content aside from the page content
<audio> Defines sound content
<canvas> Defines graphics
<command> Defines a command button
<datalist> Defines a dropdown list   Read the rest of this entry »

Types of Session attacks

Posted: October 7, 2010 in PHP, Technology

1. Session fixation: – Session fixation attacks attempt to exploit the vulnerability of a system which allows one person to fixate another person’s session identifier (SID). Most session fixation rely on session identifiers being accepted from URLs (query string) or POST data.

For example, this type of attack can come from a link like this:

<a href=http://www.xyz.com/test.php?PHPSESSID=1234> Press here </a> Read the rest of this entry »

Common Tips Speed up Website

Posted: September 2, 2010 in HTML

While more and more people are getting access to high speed internet, there are many left on dial up. Be kind to those visitors and do a few, simple things to speed up your webpages. Not only will these tips give you a faster load time, most will also help keep your bandwidth fees low as well! As per search engine optimization our site should be load faster.

Use External Scripts

Use the same script on multiple pages? Switch to an external script. I’m not talking about remotely hosted, I mean loading javascript files from one source instead of adding all that code to each of your pages like this:

<script type=”text/javascript” src=”yourscript.js”></script> Read the rest of this entry »

Agile Process

The Agile Process or software development refers to a set of software development methods which are based on iterative development. In this process, the solutions and requirements both evolve mutual collaboration between cross functional teams. These teams are self-organizing in nature.
The Agile software development approach usually promotes a regimented kind of project management process which encourages:
1. Frequent adaptation and inspection
2. Self-organization and accountability
3. A leadership philosophy which promotes teamwork
4. A business approach which bring into line the development with customer needs and company goals
5. And a group of best engineering practices having an intention to allow for rapid delivery of good-quality software.

All Is Well

Posted: June 25, 2010 in Fun

jab code ho out of control
to mouse ko karke hold,
mouse ko karke hold, Enter daba ke bol….
Aal izz Well………

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I recently read article while surfing regardomg WordPress Security. While doing research for my work  I came across a bunch of great WordPress Security tips that all WordPress users should use. Surprisingly, a good majority of these tips are not usually followed. Below is a list of the top 5 tips that most WordPress administrators do not do, but should:

1. Don’t use the admin account – The default user account that is created with every installation of WordPress is the admin account. Unfortunately the entire world knows this, including hackers, and can easily launch a dictionary attack on your website to try and guess your password. If a hacker already knows your username that’s half the battle. It’s highly recommended to delete or change the admin account username. Read the rest of this entry »