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    http://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/ - Just found this via Pixel2life. Upload a text-image (for example the hexus logo at the top of the website or even microsofts logo) and this tool will analyse the font in the image and comes up with a list of possible look a like fonts. Tested it a few times and it does work quite well despite my short experience with it. Its good if you see fonts you like in images but can never get the name of to search for them.

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    Found this while browseing, maybe of help to some 1

    http://webxact.watchfire.com/

    in the words of webxact this is what the site is/does:

    WebXACT is a free online service that lets you test single pages of web content for quality, accessibility, and privacy issues.
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    CodeProject - Absolutely superb resource for most languages (eg. C, C++, C#, VB, ASP etc.). Loads of great classes available, and very good overall site.

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    http://photo2text.com - convert a photo into text that you can put in notepad -> not really a useful tool, but quite fun

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    Re: Handy Resources

    apache friends - xampp - A quick and easy installation of an apache/php/perl/mysql server comes with phpmyadmin as well which is a great web based mysql tool.

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    Re: Handy Resources

    For some lovely icons go to famfamfam, great for web applications

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    Re: Handy Resources

    PerlMonks is a great community full of very knowledgeable Perl gods. Just make sure you've read perldoc and actually attempted to solve your problem yourself before asking a question.

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    Re: Handy Resources

    I think these links will help alot for developer. I am new user, so can't link the resources. I just make it bold and underlined.

    WebPlatform.org is an open community of developers building resources for a better web, regardless of brand, browser or platform.

    Opera Web Standards Curriculum covers the basics of web standards-based design in HTML and CSS.

    SitePoint is a pretty good reference for HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Their documentation always mentions feature support across different browsers, and describes known browser bugs.

    The W3C, itself, has a wiki-based general Learn page as well as an HTML element reference.

    The MDN (Mozilla's Developer Network) takes over at intermediate CSS and covers JavaScript better than anyone.

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