Right, bear with me, this is going to take some time. As the highlight, some would say pinnacle, of my discussions about web technology I am going to talk about server-side scripting. For several reasons: firstly is is generally not much talked about when discussing web design (especially standards-based design and accessibility), secondly it’s much more easy to get to grips with that people assume, thirdly I believe that in server-side scripting lies much of the potential power of web applications.
The fact that server-side scripting, whether classic ASP using VBScript or PHP, is what I do all day may also have something to do with it.
First in the list: Aire – automatic image replacement engine. This function uses PHP to create image(s) based on various parameters requested by the script, and creates the HTML and CSS required to show those images. Take a look at the article and the demo for more details.