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I've always found the articles here to be pretty good:
http://www.onlamp.com/pub/q/all_php_articles
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Not sure if this was posted elsewhere, but I just ran across an IE plugin similar to FF's LiveHTTPHeaders extension.

http://www.blunck.se/iehttpheaders/iehttpheaders.html

After you install it (with IE closed), open IE and go to View -> Explorer Bar -> ieHTTPHeaders to turn it on. I installed mine on IE 6 on XP Pro SP2.

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I've seen people asking this question over and over here, so it's about time that I post here this useful resource: Making the Absolute, Relative.
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That is a great resource Buddha. Thanks for posting it.
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Everah wrote:Not sure if this was posted elsewhere, but I just ran across an IE plugin similar to FF's LiveHTTPHeaders extension.

http://www.blunck.se/iehttpheaders/iehttpheaders.html

After you install it (with IE closed), open IE and go to View -> Explorer Bar -> ieHTTPHeaders to turn it on. I installed mine on IE 6 on XP Pro SP2.
Well, if you don't want extra stuff cluttering your browser you can use this site instead. :D

http://web-sniffer.net/

It will use the browser ID/TAGs your browser send to it for contacting any other site. And it allows you to modify the ID/TAG to see what the different responses are from the site. It is much better than that type of plugin as it allows you far more control. :)
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If anyone is interested, this is a list of properties and methods of the DOM for Mozilla.
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Not sure if it had been posted elsewhere, but this is a Javascript perspective plugin for Eclipse. It is pretty neat.

To go about it without the download, using Eclipse's Find and Install manager, go here (which is what I did).
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JavaScript memory leaks :?

Interesting article for anyone who develops commercial JavaScript libs that utilize the DOM.

http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/w ... criptLeaks
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AJAX preloader!

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I stumbled across this nifty ajax preloader generator:

http://www.ajaxload.info/


I think it's pretty awesome. :D
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Very cool indeed. Thanks for the post.
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Stu Nicholls' web site of menus, layouts and other CSS sorcery.

http://www.cssplay.co.uk/
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