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PHP Memory Usage

In this tutorial I will demonstrate how to find the amount of memory a PHP script is using, and how to free resources used by MySQL objects. Read more…


JavaScript Variable Scope

In this tutorial I will demonstrate some of the fundamental rules of variable and object scope in JavaScript. Read more…


How to select elements with jQuery

In this tutorial I will demonstrate how to use the jQuery JavaScript framework to find and work with HTML DOM elements on a web page. Read more…


How to use the jQuery.unbind() method on all child elements

In this tutorial I will show you how you can unbind all events from an element and all of its children using the jQuery Library. Read more…


How to get the outerHTML of an element using jQuery

In this example I will show you one way to get the outer HTML of a DOM element using the JavaScript jQuery Library. Read more…


GoDaddy goes down, taking countless websites offline; Anonymous claims responsibility

GoDaddy suffered what appears to be an hacker attack today, causing a currently undetermined number of sites to go offline or partially suffer. Read more…


How to count files in folder with PHP- Linux file count

I’ve heard of issues where a large number of iNodes (files) were causing problems on servers, blocking file read and write access among other things. The first question in this situation is where the files are. Chances are there are a lot of files piled up somewhere, that you don’t need. On Linux you can run file counts various ways from command line. I came up with my own solution using PHP. Read more…


Force no caching with PHP

If you’re a web developer you’ve almost certainly run into web page caching issues. Allow me to explain one situation I found myself in and how I fixed it. Read more…


PHP Decode & Encode

In this article I will talk about PHP decoding and encoding. Read more…


How to “echo” an array in PHP

The PHP echo() function is great for spitting out your basic types of values, such as strings and numbers. But if you want to see the values, or even better the data structure, of an array you will need to use a different method. This is where print_r() comes in handy. Read more…


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