Dates are displayed in different formats in different regions for example in the UK we output dates dd-mm-yyyy but the US usually use mm-dd-yyyy. . If given a date of 12-05-2012 without any context it could either mean 12th of May 2012 or the December 5th 2012. I think you can see how this would be a problem.
There is a lot of good material on the internet, including many of the code languages. I have pulled together five of the sites I have seen over the past couple of years. They are tutorial based, not necessarily content/problem/solution based.
The big advantage of PDO is also its main disadvantage. The same functions work on 12 different database, all you need to change is the PDO::__construct function. However not all functionality of a specific database may be accessible via the catchall PDO functions.
If you want to have your titles or other text on a web page in non standard font, or you are not sure what fonts your intended audience is likely to have installed on their computer you may want to think about embedding your the fonts within the web page.
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