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Because I am concerned with the accessibility, and quality of content of NoviceNotes™, I put as much effort into each article, and every page (or other resource published at NoviceNotes™), as I would in the preparation, for example, of any text I might submit on my own behalf to a professional publisher, reviewer, or any entity (person, business, corporation, or syndicate), known to receive only formally edited, accurate (proofread), credible text. I am aware, however, that some of NoviceNotes™, due to its age, having existed prior to my decision to author quality content for public consumption, may not conform to such standards, and it is my intent to iron-out those wringkles. Please bring to my attention, anything which you believe is inaccurate, poorly written, or otherwise in need of editing, updating, or deletion. Indeed, NoviceNotes™ began as a private web log, subject only to my own (albeit, overly-sensitive) self-criticism, so certain articles may yet seem as a personal To-do, or private cheat-sheet– particularly anything dated earlier than 2007, which I’ve kept available, consistent with the purpose of an honest text; a proper reference. Anything published before The Web Developer’s Pocket Reference transitioned from a collection of private notes, decidedly so, into a public resource with a proper, easy-to-remember domain name (so I’ve hoped in applying an official title, NoviceNotes™); until I aspired to boosting traffic, to propagating the whereabouts of my own contribution to HTMLiteracy, to target-marketing content-for-beginners, using a catchy name, as available for reference by the Web Development community at large, I did post several articles written only for my own, quick-reference (but hope, in retrospect, such items might serve as nonetheless useful for public reading).
NoviceNotes.Net (aka. the Web Developers’ Pocket Reference): What it Is and Why
i created this Web Log as a place where i can bLog my research as i learn more about Web Application Development, and the associated technology. This is not meant to be necessarily a tutorials page, or a place where i will publish my own articles, or scripts or apps which i have developed– but instead, my plan for this Log is to simply keep a place to store my own favorite and/or logged references, snippets of information on Web Development and Associated Technology which i’ll collect as i go along, bits that i’ve learned as my own skill develops, and in general it will contain as a matter of course, several links to other resources– all of which will be accessible from any location where i might be doing development work. The enabling technology, of course, does render my personal reference easily accessible to public eyes, as this log exists only on-line, apart from periodic backups and other routine maintenance. Authors whose content is reproduced here, in part or in full, are encouraged to contact me at your leisure, for any reason, or if any of the following is true:
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NOTE: the name, NoviceNotes™, NoviceNotes.Net, NoviceNotes.com, and the former title, the Web Developers Pocket Reference are used interchangeably throughout this web log, while each refer to the same: the public resource which is this blog (i.e. NoviceNotes™ refers to the collection of various URL’s spawned from the root URL, novicenotes.net; novicenotes.com, the Web Developer’s resource bourne of the Hypertext Preprocessor HTTP scripting engine, or PHP, the a server-side scripting technology interacting in synergy with the open-source database, MySQL. NoviceNotes™ is, simply put, a common-name for a particular set of data, organized for public access by what might be best described as a dynamic, web Content Management System