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Dynamic Timer Web Browser Import TimeZone Tutorial

The nature of Dynamic Timer Web Browser Import Reminder Tutorial is centered … about time … but once you allow for sharing (and importing reminders) via email … timezones become relevant … should you want your reminders synchronized. This is … Continue reading

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Dynamic Timer Web Browser Import Reminder Tutorial

Yesterday’s Dynamic Timer Web Browser Share Tutorial … in days to come, have an Email mechanism by which the press of a button off that email will set off a recreation of that Reminder originator’s Reminder data set on the … Continue reading

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WordPress Recent Posts Widget Caching Issues Tutorial

The WordPress blog you are reading, with the TwentyTen theme, has a useful “widget” (contained unit of functionality on the webpage that WordPress knows about) called “Recent Posts”, which we’ve had a lot of fun over the years, working with, … Continue reading

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WordPress MySql Database Backup Update Tutorial

Did you already know or did research off WordPress MySql Database Backup Tutorial‘s DML link regarding … DML (Data Manipulation Language) with its 4 6-letter “verbs” … SELECT INSERT DELETE UPDATE … the usual SQL statement verbs behind the scenes … Continue reading

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PHP Passthru Output Buffering Verb Tutorial

Yesterday’s PHP Passthru Output Buffering Security Tutorial set up a framework for our tightened “defence” of our “Passthru” (PHP) web application woooooooorrrrrrrrlllllld view, but there is scope, still, to improve the “offence”, a move which affects “defence” as well (wouldn’t … Continue reading

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PHP Passthru Output Buffering Security Tutorial

Serverside web applications (such as this current PHP one), more so than purely clientside web applications, are a bit like a lot of sports … there is the “offence” functionality side that provides a product or service to the user … Continue reading

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Personalizing Interesting Places Ajax FormData Tutorial

We come at progress for yesterday’s Personalizing Interesting Places Collaboration Tutorial “Interesting Places” web application from … Ajax/FormData email collaboration Placename (only) entries (looking up Latitude,Longitude where possible) We like Ajax/FormData techniques a lot because they are so “midair”, a … Continue reading

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WordPress MySql Database Backup Tutorial

There’s been a lot of water under the bridge since we upgraded to this WordPress blog (TwentyTen theme) you are reading now, through the work described in the thread of blog posting’s headed by WordPress Upgrade Crontab Curl Tutorial. At … Continue reading

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