Jennifer Zelazny

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Tag: PHP

Javascript Web Development

A Weekend Full of Learning

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What a crazy and full weekend! Many thanks to Demitrious for helping me out this weekend with PHP. If you are a beginner, check out Demtrious’s article: Poor Man’s Debugger. This article helped me greatly over the past weekend and I feel like I now have a good handle on what to do when things go unexpectedly. I spent Sunday working with javascript for another project and found some of the javascript articles on webmonkey to be a big help. Go PSU and Bears! [tags]PHP, debugging, Javascript[/tags] Read more

Web Development WordPress

my first wordpress plugin: WP-rssStats.

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After talking to Scott I finally have a plugin which I am excited to develop and excited to share with the WordPress community…a plugin that will allow WordPress admins to see exactly how many people are subscribing to your WordPress RSS feed and who these people are. Why would I do this when Feedburner is out there (and I used it currently)? I like Feedburner but I do not like redirecting my RSS feed to a non URL because I want to be in control of my own stats. Why start with this? Scott had mentioned this to me... Read More » Read more

Web Development

learning php.

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A big thanks to Scott for pointing me in the right direction. I just got back from the store with the huge book he recommended – PHP and MySQL Web Development. I plan to start work on my first “from scratch” WordPress plugin in the next few days. [tags]PHP, MySQL, WordPress[/tags] Read more

Apache Web Development

apache 2.20, php 5, and mysql 5 on mac os x.

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After finally getting some to to set up my development environment, I began thinking…why am I not using Apache 2.2 and PHP 5.1.2? What made me think about this? “Legacy Release” The phrase “legacy release” is what described Apache 1.3.x as in their news section. I have been using Apache 1.x for several years now, only ever really thinking about migrating to 2.0 because of the need to run a subversion server. I have a solid web server solution in place that has made me very happy for the last few years using Apache 1.3.x, but it is finally... Read More » Read more

Web Development

the art of php include().

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Let’s face it, no one wants to make several changes to the same portion of a web page when you have static information/pages. Enter php include(). If you have a common header, footer, block of information that needs to be on multiple pages and the thought of only editting something once instead of on multiple pages, php include is for you! (assuming you have php installed on your server) Example: To include a common header: (you would place this statement in your code wherver you would like your header to be located) Once you make a change to header.html, all... Read More » Read more