Links for January 2nd
- HTML Lint - Your code may validate, but in the HTML5 world that doesn't mean as much as it used to. This tool lets you check HTML5 to similar levels of conformance as XHTML validation.
- London's Abandoned Tube Stations - Fascinating photos of London's underground history.
- Staging Servers, Source Control & Deploy Workflows, And Other Stuff Nobody Teaches You: MicroISV on a Shoestring - If your deployment workflow generally involves a whole lot of bubble gum, duct tape, and praying then reading this is a good place to start improving things.
- MS Excel: Delete all hyperlinks on a sheet in Excel 2003/XP/2000/97 - At work I sometimes use Excel as a sort of hand driven screen scraper to get tables of data off a web page and into a useful format, one issue with this is that the resulting data is littered with hyperlinks which are a pain to remove manually. This is the most straightforward way I found to get rid of them all, works in Excel 2007 too.
- Troy Hunt: OWASP Top 10 for .NET developers part 6: Security Misconfiguration - Some tips on configuring ASP.Net in a more secure fashion on production environments.
- Pinboard - antisocial bookmarking - With the news that del.icio.us is getting shut down by Yahoo!, I've switched my bookmarks to pinboard.in.
- HTML 5 Outliner - See the results of running the HTML5 outlining algorithm on your pages.
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