$today = date("j");
$todaytip = Array(
"A Look At Lists",
"Accessibility - A New way Of Thinking",
"Planning Your Site",
"Meta Tag Generator",
"Regular Expression Tester",
"Is Your Browser Up To Date?",
"Assume Nothing Test Everything",
"Easy Maintenance With Server Side Includes ",
"Accessible Web Forms",
"Building A Webpage",
"Sensible File Structure",
"Update Your RSS Newsfeed",
"Test Your Site",
"Set Up A Home Development Server",
"Add To Favorites How To",
"Beat The Spam Bots",
"Create Placeholder Text",
"Forms With Style",
"Date And Time Using SSI",
"PHP Jump Menu",
"A Guide to Web Forms",
"PHP Page Protect",
"Close Your Tags"
$todaylink = Array(
print " WebDevTips Pick Of The Day : ".$todaytip[$today]."|
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