Written by:2010/02/01 09:09 PM
Welcome to the February 1, 2010 edition of web developers.
jacob bettio presents What Websites the Web Doesn't Have posted at What the Web Needs.
mrs laughton presents 50 Free Web Apps to Make Beautiful Graphs posted at Construction management degree.
bigred hagans presents 5 Free Online Web Apps to Show Off Your Artwork posted at Masters in Art Education.
Jason Maletsky presents jQuery Innerfade with Separate Link Region posted at Website Builders Resource.
Jason Maletsky presents jQuery AJAX News Ticker posted at Website Builders Resource.
Frederick Yarmy presents 25 Essential Android Apps for College Students posted at Undergraduate Degree.
Jennifer Kingsley presents Top 50 Information Science Blogs posted at masters in health science.
Ricky presents Website Maintenance Services posted at Ricky Deez.
Baily Hayden presents Top 6 iPhone Apps for Teachers posted at Masters in Special Education, saying, "Ease of use and web accessibility make iPhones great tools for educators – whether they are science teachers, MBA professors, librarians, or physical training instructors."
Tom Babinszki presents Is Your Web Site Accessible? posted at Even Grounds Accessibility Blog.
Madeleine Begun Kane presents Fight Firewalls With Kindle posted at Mad Kane's Humor Blog.
Jason Maletsky presents PHP Country Array posted at Website Builders Resource.
Jason Maletsky presents Send HTML Email with PHP and mail() posted at Website Builders Resource.
Yonit Gruber-hazani presents Implementing MediaWiki posted at yonitg.com, saying, "Mediawiki can be used for web site publishing, here are some examples of what you can do with mediawiki, and what plug-ins can extend your site."
Sophia Nelson presents Surfing Habits Of College Students (Infographic) posted at Online Colleges.net.
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