Dan Harper
Dan is passionate about an open, semantic web and loves playing around with the latest bleeding-edge technologies in our industry. He works mostly in PHP, but wishes he only had the time/job to pick up Rails fully. He’s studying Web Technologies at the University of Portsmouth and is currently Lead Developer at Radweb.
Tutorials
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    Essential Learning for Ruby and RailsPostimg
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    Ruby is rapidly becoming the preferred programming language for many developers. With that said, let's look at some of the best tutorials, videos and books to learn Ruby and Rails.Read More…
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    From CodeIgniter to Ruby on Rails: A ConversionCodeigniter
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    Today, we'll be creating a simple shoutbox using the CodeIgniter PHP framework. We'll then port this exact application, piece-by-piece, to Ruby on Rails!Read More…
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    WordPress: Beginner to Master, Part 6Code
    Throughout this six-part beginner-to-master series, we'll be using the advanced features of WordPress to create our own portfolio & blog, complete with an options page, multiple styles and support for the new WordPress 2.7 features. Today we'll tie everything together.Read More…
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    WordPress: Beginner to Master, Part 4Code
    Throughout this six-part beginner-to-master series, we'll be using the advanced features of WordPress to create our own portfolio & blog, complete with an options page, multiple styles and support for the new WordPress 2.7 features. Today, we'll work on the Portfolio itself.Read More…
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    WordPress: Beginner to Master, Part 5Code
    Throughout this six-part beginner-to-master series, we'll be using the advanced features of WordPress to create our own portfolio & blog, complete with an options page, multiple styles and support for the new WordPress 2.7 features. Today, we'll deal with the comments, the search, and the archive.Read More…
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    WordPress: Beginner to Master, Part 2Code
    Throughout this six-part beginner-to-master series, we'll be using the advanced features of WordPress to create our own portfolio & blog, complete with an options page, multiple styles and support for the new WordPress 2.7 features. Today, we're creating our homepage layout.Read More…
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    WordPress: Beginner to Master, Part 3Code
    Throughout this six-part beginner-to-master series, we'll be using the advanced features of WordPress to create our own portfolio & blog, complete with an options page, multiple styles and support for the new WordPress 2.7 features. Today we'll layout our blog posts and style 'single posts' based on category.Read More…
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    WordPress: Beginner to Master, Part 1Code
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    Throughout this six-part beginner-to-master series, we'll be using the advanced features of WordPress to create our own portfolio & blog, complete with an options page, multiple styles and support for the new WordPress 2.7 features.Read More…
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    The Anatomy of GamePress - Part 1 (Updated)200x200
    GamePress is a "Gaming News & Reviews" theme for WordPress and currently one of the most popular themes at ThemeForest. It is the most advanced theme I've created so far, and really pushes what the WordPress engine can do!Read More…
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    Create a Basic Shoutbox with PHP and SQL200x200
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    In this tutorial, we will be creating a basic 'Shoutbox' system with PHP. Aimed at beginners to PHP development, this allows you to get your feet wet working with databases before moving on to some of the more advanced PHP tutorials here at NETTUTS.Read More…
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    Quick Tip: Author Comment Styling in WordPress200x200
    An often-used feature in WordPress blogs is the ability to style comments made by the post's author differently from the others - helping replies to stand out. Here, we will edit the default WordPress to add some subtle styling to author comments. Read More…
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    Create a Tabbed Interface Using jQuery200x200
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    Creating tabbed interfaces suddenly becomes a piece-of-cake when using the Tabs function in the jQuery UI library. It can be utilized to create completely unique interfaces without having to be a coding God - using only one line of code! Read More…