This section is inspired by feedback both through emails from site visitors and clients. This seems like the best place to put it until the site is redesigned—not planned at this time.
Any and all constructive feedback is appreciated..
Articles on Writing Better Code.
AJAX Quick Tip: AJAX in a Nutshell
AJAX Quick Tip: Reusing an xmlHttpRequest(XHR) Object
AJAX Quick Tip: Threaded/Concurrent Ajax Requests
Remote Scripting Article: Remote Scripting Overview on technology to enable communication between a Web page and the server.
AJAX How-To: Remote scripting with a hidden iframe
AJAX How-To: RPCs using the XMLHttprequest object.
DHTML quick tip: Click Images/Image Changes in response to a mouse click on the image or a button. It's basic, even old fashion but very compatible.
DHTML How-To: Create Mouse Over effects
DHTML How-To: Create Dynamic Tool Tips with Images that display on mouse rollovers.
DHTML How-To: Dynamically Load Tables.
DHTML How-To: Dynamically Sort Tables.
DHTML How-To: Table cell rollover effects.
DHTML How-To: Table row rollover effects.
DHTML How-To: Table Column Rollover effects.
DHTML How-To: Simultaneous Table Column and Row Highlighting effects.
DHTML Demo: A basic Mouse Rollover Exercise that changes link buttons. Doesn't use CSS.
DHTML Demo: A game: an animated Atom with 4 electrons spinning around a nucleus to shot.
CSS How-To: Position: Fixed; hack for IE 6.x and 5.x.
CSS How-To: Flush right positioning of typographic elements at the end of line or end of paragraph.
CSS Quick Tip: Extend Hover in IE using CSS to any element you want not just links.
CSS Quick Tip: Drop Shadows for headings or single line block elements.
CSS Quick Tip: Cross browser coding for list indentation.
(X)HTML Basics: Image map click on the colored shapes. Don't forget the blue area!
(X)HTML Basics: Frame with a row on top and two columns below.
(X)HTML Basics: Frame with the orientation opposite the above entry. It has a full length column on the right and two rows on the left.
Have a question on handling key events and the key codes they generate. Here is a quick look at the codes generated by the three key events: keydown, keypress, and keyup.
Trying to get the same appearence across browsers can be difficult. Here is a quick study on fonts size.
Trouble with positioning objects? This page reports the numeric properties reported by the browser. It is the start of pages to test properties available and their values of different browser.
Browser safe color chart
50% gif to simulate opacity just save the image to use.