Posts tagged as 'PHP'
Working with Microsoft SQL Server and PHP isn’t always the easiest thing to do. There are always like quarks you have to work around and even big problems that have to be fixed before anything else can be done. One of the most annoying things I have found is that MSSQL doesn’t have an offset … Continue reading
I’m working on a Magento module and I got an error message saying “An error occurred while saving the page.” Right under it I gut a success message saying “The page has been saved.”
CodeIgniter’s Form Validation library isn’t bad. It takes a little getting use to but it can be very powerful. Most of the validation that comes with CodeIgniter are pretty much the only ones you will ever need. Every now and then you will need something else. Extending CodeIgniter libraries is very easy. These are some … Continue reading
What is a virtual host? Virtual hosting is a method for hosting multiple domain names on a computer using a single IP address. Shared hosting uses this same method for all of the sites they host. Aren’t those URLs you use in Zend Server getting pretty ugly? Would you like to change http://localhost/my/awesome/website into http://www.super-awesome.local … Continue reading
I use MAMP Pro both at home and at work for development. It quick, it’s easy and I really don’t have to fiddle with it a lot after it is set up. It’s perfect for me. At work we have a project to be built with Codeigniter sitting on a Linux machine but we wanted … Continue reading
At work the other day I had to use the Email library in Codeigniter for the first time. The Email library is actually pretty great. Simple, yet powerful. The emails that needed to be sent out needed to bcc about 20 or more different people. On my local machine I built out all of the … Continue reading