The plan here is to allow you to have dual booting operating systems; where you will be able to “reuse” same copy of your database files and web scripts; regardless of what operating system you are in. Audience: Mid to Expert web developer with experiences on Linux Shell Scripting and Apache, MySQL Administration. Follow these […]
You own and host something, but it is not searchable at all within your WordPress. This experiment is a bi-product.
SVN, though being overtaken by GIT, is still useful and very simple. Here, we will use a post-commit hook script to automatically publish your work instantly to web root, once you commit.
In this experiment, we will import Apache’s access logs into the database and do SQL Query to filter the log contents.
WordPress does NOT use $_SESSION variable, nor the session_start(). Even the function wp_unregister_GLOBALS() in load.php tries to turn it off. This feature does not mean that you cannot use $_SESSION data for your purpose.
Sometimes, there are chances that if you make a bit of changes in your source code, it performs faster by a fraction of a second. This does not seem always logical for small projects to spend time in optimization. But when several users load your website at once, micro-optimization can contribute to the speed.
How many inbuilt constants are there in PHP? Several? Near to thousand? This experiment is to build a MySQL Database of PHP Constants.