Victor's Blog about the Web, Security and Life

The web for me is a hobby where standards and best practices are daily bread. Security is a concern that everybody must be aware of its details for IT in general, and the web in particular, to be a safer place. My life, on the other hand, is that of a regular Lebanese citizen where politics and social issues are discussed on a daily basis. I hope you enjoy reading my blog and make sure to drop me a comment about any topic you find interesting.

Category: Web

Web Links for HTML Newbies

This list contains links to certain pages on the web that are useful for HTML and XHTML newbies.   (More)

Why I Prefer PHP over .NET?

One of the major differences between .NET and PHP is the outstanding performance and reliability that PHP provides. I am always asked by people, especially students, about the reason why I prefer PHP technology over ASP technology. In its simplest form, I can safely say that PHP is safe and...

LiveMediaPlus

An interesting solution that we've launched recently is: LiveMediaPlus. LiveMediaPlus is intended to be a complete online marketing solution for businesses and individuals interested in online marketing. What is so special about LiveMediaPlus and why would NetDesignPlus invest on such a...

PHP, Apache, and MySQL

PHP can be dowloaded from here: http://www.php.net/downloads.php Download the latest release of version 4.x Apache can be downloaded from here: http://httpd.apache.org/download.cgi Download the latest release of version 1.3.x MySQL can be downloaded from here: http://dev.mysql.com/...

XHTML Special Characters

The list in here shows all special characters regarding ISO entities. For each character, the character and its XHTML sequence is displayed.   (More)

RSS: A Spam Killer!

RSS (Real Simple Syndicate) is becoming, day after day, a hot Internet topic for end-users websites. Despite the hard-luck that RSS faced during its early "childhood" when different formats from different providers messed up the daily developer life, RSS 2.0 promises to be a standard...

The Web: A Personal Historical Overview

Since 1996, I have been working on the web for various reasons: personal, commercial, educational, academic, etc. What fascinates me most is the growth curve that the web witnesses when a single minor detail changes as well as the advance that single person can impose by introducing a tool, a...
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