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1. Introduction

2. Validation

3. Page Breaks

4. PHP with IMAP(s)





1. Introduction

This page displays only some of the experiences I had when developing web-pages. Off course, everyone will have it's own experiences, but when mine could be of some help to someone else....I made someone's day...not?

2. Validation

One of the things you should take care off when writing web-pages is that they are viewable in all web-browser. Allthough not complete certaint isn't guaranteed, you could use the HTML-validator from

3. Page Breaks

this probably only works with Internet Explorer

One of the major drawbacks of HTML is that you don't have any formatting-options when you want to print a document. But this style-hint you can force at least a page-break.
<style>.pagebreak { page-break-before: always}
      .pagebreak2 { page-break-after: auto }
</style>

Response.Write("<p class='pagebreak'></p>")

4. PHP with IMAP(s)

(from the php.net website)
With SSL support:
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tar -zxf imap-xxxxx.tar.Z
cd imap-xxxxx
make slx
ln -sf c-client include
ln -sf c-client lib
cd ..
tar -jxf php-4.3.x.tar.bz2
cd php-4.3.x
./configure --with-imap=../imap-xxxxx --with-imap-ssl=/path-to-openssl

With out SSL support:
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tar -zxf imap-xxxxx.tar.Z
cd imap-xxxxx
make slx SSLTYPE=none
ln -sf c-client include
ln -sf c-client lib
cd ..
tar -jxf php-4.3.x.tar.bz2
cd php-4.3.x
./configure --with-imap=../imap-xxxxx
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