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Gimp Guillotine Follow Up Troubleshooting Tutorial

It’s been a while since the “Gimp Guillotine” work of Gimp Guillotine Follow Up Memory Tutorial (and if this is all confusingly new to you we recommend reading Gimp Guides to HTML Primer Tutorial, and up). During that time we’ve … Continue reading

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Python Requests HTTP Module Primer Tutorial

Python being the great serverside language it is, caters well for functionality involving the HTTP protocol, the protocol of the Internet. Perhaps you recall the usage of the Python “HTMLParser” when we presented Python HTML Attribute Parsing Primer Tutorial involving … Continue reading

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SSL Friendly Web Application URLs Primer Tutorial

Within your web applications you are called upon for many many situations to construct URLs to navigate to places on the net or access webpages, or image files or media files stored on web servers on the net. You have … Continue reading

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Yosemite MAMP Issue Primer Tutorial

A few days ago we installed Mac OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 on our Macbook Pro laptop here and showed you the install with Mac OS X Yosemite and iOS 8.1.3 Install Tutorial. Most operating system installs will impact on the … Continue reading

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PHP Modes of Use Follow Up Tutorial

PHP is a very flexible programming language, as we saw during the previous PHP Modes of Use Primer Tutorial as shown below, where, below, we quote from this blog post largely, and highlight ideas that do not always work in … Continue reading

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PHP Modes of Use Primer Tutorial

PHP is a very flexible programming language. It is probably best known as a server-side language called by a web browser using the http transport layer (ie. web browsing, or “surfing the net”). Let’s list three modes of use of … Continue reading

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