One Way or Another!

27 09 2014

flickr: by Wiertz S├ębastien

 

I recently dusted off an old tome among my PHP books, Read the rest of this entry »





Integers and Relativity in PHP

12 03 2013

What is universally true about integers in PHP is that they constitute whole numbers and their representations include a range of formats, such as hexadecimal, decimal, octal and even binary since PHP5.4. Surprisingly, Read the rest of this entry »





Hard-drive Failure

27 08 2011

I had a bit of a scare recently when I turned my computer on after it had endured hot weather the day before without any air conditioning. Read the rest of this entry »





Hopscotch

1 08 2011

by Decently Exposed

Today I’m going to play a sort of hopscotch on the computer Read the rest of this entry »





CMMI and CSS Hacks vs Conditional Comments

1 11 2010

For today’s post I thought it might be instructive to enlighten web developers and others with regard to a subject that we rarely if ever think about, Read the rest of this entry »





It’s Gray!

17 10 2010

Imagine you’re anticipating receiving an important email and when you open it up the background is gray — dark gray to be precise. Read the rest of this entry »





Changing MSIE’s View-Source Default Editor

15 09 2010

As, a PHP Developer, what do you do if you need to view the HTML source for a webpage? You could write a program using PHP’s file_get_contents() but sometimes you just want the convenience of manually viewing the source by issuing some quick keyboard or mouse commands to the browser. Normally, when you do so with MS Internet Explorer (MSIE) browser, you can expect that action to result in Notepad launching and revealing the HTML source code. That’s true most of the time. Read the rest of this entry »








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