Web 3.0 will be the aggregation of people’s presence on the web. It’s already happening with things like Google gadgets (maybe I’m behind the times). Imagine you participate in a social network or enjoy visiting a particular forum or blog. Instead of a simple RSS feed, you’ll be able to construct a page with those elements of those sites visible and functional. Sort of a portal into the parts of the web that are important to you.
.htaccess to run PHP5 on a server that defaults .php to PHP4, when your ultimate target is a PHP5 server.
The advantage of this architecture is that since all the pages are delivered through index.php5, they are processed as PHP5, although they are named as .php.
Also - if you have a PHP5 application, you MAY be able to use the same approach, if you put PHP5 and PHP4 on the same server.
This is a dojo validation loop. Send it an array of input ids (with dojoTypes), and it will ensure they’re valid.
PS - Visit http://dojotoolkit.org with FireFox, not IE