PHP Server to Client with No Refresh.

Written by David Collado

Although most of our companies work is template based design,repparttar end result is always unique and adapts to each client's individual needs. The process of merging a client's content and style with our templates creates an opportunity to challenge ourselves and once again put our web design skills torepparttar 149466 test.

Recently, I found myself in a situation where it was necessary to pass information inrepparttar 149467 form of GET data from a simple flash button to a server side scripting language- all without reloadingrepparttar 149468 current page. A client was running several different flash animated banners ads via XML layer popup, underlining some of her most popular website products and online services. She needed a simple way to trackrepparttar 149469 overall efficiency of her small ad campaign. Specifically, she needed to know which banners were being clicked on and which banners were simply annoying or inconsequential to her client base. She also needed to know which wererepparttar 149470 most popular browsers accessing these pages.

I'll try to describe what needed to happen with out getting too techie.

An XML layer popup would pop up, offeringrepparttar 149471 end user with a two options. In Option A, one could click onrepparttar 149472 cute little popup. This would take them to whereverrepparttar 149473 popup was designed to take them. Option B was forrepparttar 149474 end user to closerepparttar 149475 popup, and that would simply hiderepparttar 149476 XML layer's visibility property. At first, it sounded easy. However, beyondrepparttar 149477 obvious functionality of options A and B, each option needed to open, write, and save to an external file all without refreshingrepparttar 149478 current page. After all,repparttar 149479 last thing anyone wants to see after closing a popup is another page pop up.

Nevertheless server side scripting languages, like PHP, require a refresh of repparttar 149480 page to pass information. Unlike JavaScript which handles its business on repparttar 149481 client side of a client server system via your browser (the client), PHP scripts are server-side because they operate solely onrepparttar 149482 server; data is sent to via POST or GET The script is then parsed, andrepparttar 149483 new data is sent back torepparttar 149484 browser if necessary.

Here'srepparttar 149485 solution. I createdrepparttar 149486 following <iframe>.

Digital printing makes it reliable

Written by Karen Nodalo

Digital printing has been greatly inrepparttar line for printing today. Business companies and most advertising companies are switching to go digital with their prints. Professionals and creative designers think that going digital brings them more advantage and it makes helps in keeping uprepparttar 149410 name ofrepparttar 149411 company they are promoting. It is true that digital printing has brought numerous advantages to them.

With digital printing, a company can adjust torepparttar 149412 newest changes inrepparttar 149413 environment. Technology has founded great opportunities to provide companies andrepparttar 149414 customers as well. Digital printing makes work easier, faster, and reliable and goes for a cheaper price. Inrepparttar 149415 market selling today, most marketing companies have involved in digitally making their layouts and settings.

Digital printing has involved much inrepparttar 149416 press and media. What really is Digital Printing? it is a new method of translating printing methods torepparttar 149417 computer. Images and texts are being edited and drawn withrepparttar 149418 aid of software which enhancesrepparttar 149419 images and text for easy layout.

Many people say that digital printing is advantageous rather than followingrepparttar 149420 old method of printing. It saves time and effort. And it makes printing less expensive. Digital printing requires no prepress methods or making plates or templates for printing. You only need a computer and a printer and your layout is done in no time.

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