Top Stories by Scott J. Fine
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creating any attorney-client relationship. Please seek legal advice only from
a competent attorney who is duly licensed in your jurisdiction.
Web developers, graphic artists, software programmers and other Internet
professionals often make the mistake of working without a net (pardon the
pun). That is, they do business on a handshake. While the credo “my word is
my bond” may be noble to live by, it is often the source of many problems.
In addition, it seems that those digital warriors who do get signatures
before they start a project, get them on form contracts that they find on the
net or in a book. These are usually not worth the amount of energy it would
take to burn them.
So, what could the digital warrior be afra... (more)
One of the most popular methods of using Cold Fusion to interact with a
database is using HTML's form tags to create data collection input forms for
applications such as site administration utilities or user surveys. While
building forms is a relatively easy task, it's very important to provide a
simple, consistent, recognizable, and user-friendly interface with your
application that can be reused with minimal effort.
We will create a "wizard" (see graphic) using FORM and TABLE elements and
placing the reusable code into separate templates for use as file includes
with ... (more)
Intellectual Property Lawyer Scott Fine warns of what the astute site manager
should be aware of in the Federal Trade Commission's new Children's Online
Privacy Protection Rule.
Protecting children from cookies
Not the chocolate-chip goodies presented with milk, but those insidious
little dollops of data served up by websites to track traffic or collect
information from their visitors. On October 20, 1999, the Federal Trade
Commission (FTC) issued a new part to Title 16 ("Commercial Practices") of
the Code of Federal Regulations, and on April 21, the rule came into effect.
The n... (more)