The typical Flickr interface design includes a lot of Ajax panels which you can edit right from any settings page. Their website layout incorporates many web 2.0 trends as you move from account settings to photo settings and uploads. There are plenty of resources we could look at, and in this tutorial I’d like to focus on one specific entity.
We can build a set of small dynamic photos with a title and description. Then using jQuery we can target whenever a user clicks on these fields to edit the content right from the page. It’s a beautiful technique for creating a sleek user experience with just a few blocks of code. I won’t be storing any of the content into a database, but tying into a backend PHP script would make that process easy enough to accomplish.