7 Reasons You Should Avoid JavaScript Dynamic Navigation

Over time many bad web design ideas have been dropped or lost favor, including unnecessary splash screens and unwieldy framesets, for the good of the web user. However, one web design bad habit that persists is the JavaScript Dynamic Navigation. This is bad news for both web users and those looking to commission a web designer to build a site for them. Ultimately if your navigation is broken, so is your site.

The Top 10 Lies of Web 2.0

Now, just in time for the Web 2.0 conference, which gets under way Tuesday at San Francisco’s Sheraton Palace Hotel, we bring you The Chronicle’s list of… the Top 10 Lies of Web 2.0. (We had a little help but, hey, Web 2.0 is all about sharing, isn’t it?)

Top 10 Interview Questions When Hiring XML Developers

As XML becomes more pervasive, hiring managers won’t have to look very hard to find candidates claiming to have experience working on projects involving XML. Despite this trend, it is still not an easy task to find a truly skilled XML developer. This fact, combined with the increasing compensation awarded to job candidates, makes hiring the right people one of the most important parts of any IT project. Consequently, the list of questions below is intended to be a guide for managers faced with t