Password Hashing with Python

Improper password storage can leave a website vulnerable to data breaches, so it’s very important for developers to employ proper security when handling user data. For passwords, it’s hashing.

Here is a great tutorial I’ve seen that outlines some basics about hashing compared to encryption, and provides an example of how to implement the latest hashing algorithms in your next Python script. I personally enjoyed being able to write a script in just a few minutes that allowed me to see what hashing looks like, and the effects that things like salting a hash has on the end result.

Question Regarding CSS and HTML Content

While working on my local host site, I came across a template that, aside from the HTML file, had a CSS file. Is there any way to embed this onto the HTML file I already have? The reason I ask is because when I open up my localhost site on a browser, the formatting is wrong due to the fact that there are missing format instructions. In other words, it is only opening the HTML file and not including the CSS. If there’s no way to embed it, is there a way to allow the localhost to pull the information needed from the CSS file?

Classic Video Game Cabinet

This document contains information on the design and creation of a classic video game cabinet. It has information on how the software was dealt with and how everything was interfaced together to get thousands of games to play on one system. Link: arcade cabinet

Tabs (HTML, CSS, Javascript)

Here is a tutorial on how to make tabs in HTML, CSS, and Javascript. It gives a brief introduction of how to use the tab classes and provides example code that you can copy and modify.

https://www.w3schools.com/howto/howto_js_tabs.asp