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An accessible and validated PHP/jQuery contact form

This is a really accessible and well-validated contact form powered by PHP and jQuery. The design is based on Orman Clark’s ‘Clean and Simple Signup Form‘.

Using both serverside PHP and client-side input validation (powered by Jorn Zaefferer’s great jQuery Validation Plugin) this form is developed using ARIA accessibility standards, making it one of the most accessible and reliable contact forms available.

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A jQuery and PHP RSS Feed Syndicator (with auto-reload!)

This simple jQuery and PHP feed loader is a dead simple and effective way of adding the contents of a news feed to any page you choose. Inserted into a page using the only jQuery, it’ll allow you to keep your users up to date with whatever’s happening right now with it’s inline Ajax powered reload.

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Love LESS but you’re put off by Ruby?

I’ve fiddled around with the original LESS a few times and loved the convenience of variables and nested rules in CSS, but I’ve always been reluctant to put it into production because of the fact that it’s based in Ruby. Not that I have anything against Ruby as a language, far from it in fact, but simply the fact that it isn’t as all-pervasive as PHP which makes maintenance and portability a bit more of a pain that it should be. But now there’s an answer.

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