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What is wamp server?
WAMP (Windows, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Perl/Python)
WAMP is a form of mini-server that can run on almost any Windows Operating System. WAMP includes Apache 2, PHP 5 (SMTP ports are disabled), and MySQL (phpMyAdmin and SQLitemanager are installed to manage your databases) preinstalled.
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The form can be submitted to server by standard button input type=”submit”, or by help of pictorial element input type=”image”. If you want to have the same look and feel of submit buttons across all browsers and systems, it is necessary to use the form element image. Disadvantage of the image element is the lack of animation when clicked, so it does Read the rest of this entry
In anything IE, excluding the most recent version (IE9), you cannot apply styles to elements that the browser does not recognize. Your spiffy, new HTML5 elements, in all their glory, are impervious to CSS rules in that environment. This is where Remy Sharp’s html5shiv (sometimes called html5 shim) comes to the rescue. Simply include it in your Read the rest of this entry
HTML5 Boilerplate is not a framework. It’s a template that can be modified and used for your own projects. It is Created by Paul Irish and Divya Manian, HTML5 Boilerplate is the product of more than two and a half years in iterative development, and it’s chock-full of best practices and techniques for creating cross-browser compatible websites that will work Read the rest of this entry
When referring to a computer monitor or other display, interlace or interlacing is a description of how the picture is created. With interlaced, the picture is created by scanning every other line, and on the next scan, scanning every opposite line. This allows for a faster refresh rate by having less information Read the rest of this entry
There are so many image/graphic formats available in the modern day but only few of them are widely used depending on user’s need.Mostly used formats are PNG, GIF and JPEG. Before talking about image formats, it is necessary to have an idea about color depths. There are color depths(palettes) with Indexed color and Direct color. Read the rest of this entry