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About Steve Adcock

Steve have been the main guy behind WebSiteGravy.com since its induction more than 5 years ago. Steve is a recent college graduate and works as a systems engineer. He has over 9 years of Internet experience, including web design, web site maintenance and planning and web site programming, promotion and graphics creation.

Client-side Validation with Javascript

2010-05-26T11:19:42+00:00 May 14th, 2005|JavaScript|

I will admit that I am not a huge fan of client-side scripting (for the exception of HTML, of course) because of its relatively low power and compatibility between browsers. Javascript, however, is as powerful as any client-side language comes, and text field validation is a tremendously desired capability many webmasters want for their forms, and without server-side languages (or at least knowledge of them), Javascript is relied upon very heavily.

Working with PHP Datatypes

2010-05-26T11:19:59+00:00 May 14th, 2005|PHP|

For those who have not noticed, this entire site has been constructed from the incredibly powerful PHP server-side programming language. PHP is based heavily upon C++, so all you C++ programmers out there will pick up PHP very easily. What's the difference then? While C++ was designed to be a computer programming language for .

Checking Form Field Integrity within PHP

2010-05-26T11:20:05+00:00 May 14th, 2005|PHP|

In my first PHP mail article, we looked at how to write a simple PHP mail script, using only a couple lines of code, but we never addressed the issue of required field elements. Incorporating requirements in your form can effectively yield your form tamper proof against mischivous users who send blank e-mails.