jQuery is slowly becoming ubiquitous in the web development arena all due to its easy to learn, easy to use and easy to extend nature. Here are 30+ fresh and amazing jQuery plugins and tutorials which i have hand-picked from jQuery articles or plugins published in last 30 days on the interwebs. If you are looking for latest on jQuery, then this is a must read for you.
One of the most important tasks any developer needs to do often is back up their MySQL database. In many cases, the database is what drives most of the site. While most web hosts do a daily backup of a customer's database, relying on them to make backups and provide them at no cost is risky to say the least.
I was recently completing a project which required that I build a series of HTML tables which would represent all of the tables within a MySQL database. I didn't have anything created but after a few minutes I had exactly what I needed. Hopefully this helps you out!
One subtle detail that can make a big difference on any web design is the use of image reflections. Using them too often can become obnoxious but using reflections on large, "masthead" images is a classy enhancement.
It's usually best to repair broken image paths as soon as possible because they can damage a website's credibility. And even worse is having a user tell you about it. Using jQuery and PHP, you can have your page automatically notify you of broken images.