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Web development is a broad term for the work involved in developing a web site for the World Wide Web or an intranet.

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You could check out Google's PageSpeed extension for Apache: afaik, there is an option to aggregate and minify Javascript and CSS automatically and combined with caching, this would fit what you menti …
answered Jan 16 '11 by wildpeaks
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Using Wordpress isn't really creating a site from scratch ;-) But yes, in your case it would be a good compromise. To speed things up even more or if you never developped a Wordpress theme, you could …
answered Jan 10 '11 by wildpeaks
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Cross-browsers solutions JSONP If the API you're trying to access supports JSONP, you only have to provide a javascript function name in your request, then the JSONP returns javascript like myfunc({ …
answered Oct 15 '11 by wildpeaks
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I believe your assumption is wrong: in my last project, the application was using server-generated CSS loaded by ajax (because, depending on the location of the map you were looking at, the page was b …
answered Nov 5 '11 by wildpeaks
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I can't decide whether some answers on this thread are hilarious or serious: cookies more dangerous than javascript ? LOL Any site should be tested with js and cookies turned off however, it's a mini …
answered Dec 3 '10 by wildpeaks