If you’re designing a web application offline you will need to take the jump from client-side technologies like DHTML, to server-side technologies like PHP and Perl. One might also need to make use of databases to store data in case of content management projects. Hence you might need to test your work before you launch […]


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Download & Unpack Download and install PHP from http://windows.php.net/download/, you should grab the newest VC6 x86 Thread Safe zip package (VC6 is on the bottom half of the page). My file was named: php-5.2.7-Win32-VC6-x86.zip Warning against PHP Installer I would NOT use the “PHP Installer” version. The Installer version (even though it’s larger) is missing […]


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For users who had disabled or turned off post revisions tracking or versions history feature in WordPress (added since WordPress 2.6), it is also made sense to delete and remove all existing stored post revisions and changes made on pages stored in the database in order to reduce the wp_posts table size, especially when there […]


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As you all can see I have switched themes as the old theme was giving me some trouble, and the new one is just so beautiful (isn’t it?)!!!! I came to write this post as a result of trying to make my homepage show only excerpts instead of whole posts. I am sure there’s a […]


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A Difficult Choice Alphabet Soup Laying the Foundation Top Story Point and Click A Difficult Choice After the workout I gave you last time, you’re probably either chomping at the bit to build another PHP application or you’ve decided to give up PHP programming and try growing cucumbers instead. If it’s the latter, you should […]


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The Real World Burning Questions Designer Databases Rocking the Vote PHP  (part 14): Going to the Polls – Part 2 The Real World In the course of this series, I’ve taken you on a tour of PHP, teaching you everything you need to know to get started with this extremely powerful toolkit. You’ve learned how […]


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Waiting to Exhale An Empty Vessel… Not My Type The Dating Game PHP 101 (part 13): The Trashman Cometh – Part 2 Waiting to Exhale Maybe you’ve heard the term GIGO before. If you haven’t, it stands for Garbage In, Garbage Out, and it’s a basic fact of computer programming: if you feed your program […]


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Fire-Proofing Your Code Rogues Gallery Early Warning Rolling Your Own PHP 101 (part 12): Bugging Out – Part 2 Fire-Proofing Your Code Even the best developers make mistakes sometimes. That’s why most programming languages – including PHP – come with built-in capabilities to catch errors and take remedial action. This action can be as simple […]


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Easy Peasy The Bad Old Days Petting Zoo Sin City The Shape Of Things To Come X Marks The Spot An Evening At The Moulin Rouge Easy Peasy Unless you’ve been hiding in a cave for the last few years, you’ve heard about XML – it’s the toolkit that more and more Web publishers are […]


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PHP 101 (part 7): The Bear Necessities – Part 1 Ending On A High Note Discovering New Things Access Denied Ending On A High Note Just as there are constructors, so also are there destructors. Destructors are object methods which are called when the last reference to an object in memory is destroyed, and they […]


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