Do you have a Firefox Add-on called “PlaySushi TextLinks 1.0.0” which you would like to remove, but won’t actually go away when you uninstall it from your Firefox?
A lot of people would like to know how to send emails from their business email address and how to receive them as well, all by using their Gmail account. There are a lot of reasons a person would want to do this, mainly because Gmail offers an amazing service, has the best SPAM filters… Read more »
This post will link you to several websites where you can download free icons. These icons can be easily integrated into any project or application you are developing, whether it be a web application which you would like to redistribute or just setting them as icons for your desktop. All of the icons we’ll be… Read more »
This is a custom developed Notepad++ theme that I used for many years while writing HTML, PHP, and CSS. This is mostly used for web development languages, so the other languages haven’t been overly tested. For anyone who doesn’t know, Notepad++ is a syntax highlighted text editor, comparable in functionality to the larger web development IDE’s… Read more »
Introduction People ask us all the time, how does Search Engine Optimization (SEO) work, what is Pagerank (or Alexa / Compete), and what can I do to get my website on the first page of a Google result? This blog post will attempt to explain as much of this process as we can. There is… Read more »
Here is a good article about Google PageRank and some general SEO techniques… The best way to increase your PR of a site (and boost your organic search results) is to have many people link to you. But, what happens when you link to too many people? Read on… PageRank sculpting
When working with dates, PHP uses the system time by default, which is dependent on the timezone the server is in. So, instead of doing tricky math with the results of the date function, you can simply change the timezone. Here is the function used to change the timezone: <?php putenv(“TZ=US/Detroit”); ?> One thing to… Read more »
This script is loaded using an image tag and generates data based on information added as GET parameters. For example: <img src=”bar.php?value=100&max=256&info” /> Generates: This script requires at least four files to use. The first is an HTML file which loads the image (of course), the second is the background “bar.png” image which the graph… Read more »
Experimentation with a CSS framework for creating iPhone web application GUI’s.
Setting up a vhost allows you to use an alias of your localhost in your browser. These instructions apply to various Windows operating systems and apache platforms.