As a web designer/developer I am always in awe of Blizzard's attention to art on their websites... even in sites that aren't main portals to their games and news. The latest Darkmoone Faire Fortune page is incredible. They have beautiful art in the header, footer, and throughout the page without making it seem overwhelming. Each subpage has awesome custom art and also includes a different footer. No other game company I've seen pays as much attention to web art as Blizzard, which I respect.
If you need a way to redirect webform submissions to a dynamic URL in Drupal 6, using the Webform PHP module can work well with Webform 3.x. I recommend only using post processing conditionals on select fields if possible with Webform PHP since you need to enable the permission to "use PHP for additional processing" for users who submit webforms (typically anonymous).
Here's the process:
I've been expanding my programming language base lately. Being a web developer, I don't have an immediate need to learn other languages. However, learning them seems to pass time and it doesn't seem like a worthless endeavor. Who knows, being the one who creates the next "killer app" could be worth it. Here's an overview of some of the languages I've been experimenting with: