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PHP/curl proxy error

Yesterday I ran into a tough problem at work, (i.e. Google didn’t return a web page describing the solution). I spent almost a whole day trying to figure this out, and the solution turned out to be incredibly easy. We … Continue reading

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ADODB on FreeBSD

Recently I’ve had one of my student assistants working on setting up a web server. She’s pretty much got it, except that she hasn’t been able to establish a connection from the web server to our database server. We’re wanting … Continue reading

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Doh!

I am so screwed… I ran the portupgrade utility on one of our FreeBSD servers at work. This was a production system that we used for printing certificates for our students, preparing address labels for USPS shipments, and several other … Continue reading

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Displaying (vs executing) PHP code on web pages

While working on an earlier post, I needed to find a way to display a PHP module on a web page without having it executed. I knew this was fairly simple and involved the .phps file extension, but I hadn’t … Continue reading

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Awesome “cheat sheets” for web authors

Joseph found a bunch of handy reference sheets on Dave Child’s blog, I love Jack Daniels. The most useful (for WordPress developers, anyway) will probably be the PHP and CSS pages. Dave has also provided web-safe colors, mod_rewrite, and MySQL … Continue reading

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Internet programming language?

I stumbled across this post from almost exactly one year ago. Joseph, I salute your effort, and the fact that you made this work is very cool, but I think this approach (relatively low-level network programming) may be the wrong … Continue reading

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