This is the snippet you need:
<img src="/images/1.jpg" id="front_image" />
Assuming you store all the images in the /images/ directory.
You get the idea.
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You can save re-usable data in database such as MySQL so you can load them among different scripts / script sessions, though it may be a bit overwhelming for simple tasks because you have to set up a whole database and the connection credentials, etc.. File system is probably a better approach with regards to storing and retrieving simple tabular data, for not-so-important projects or test projects.
Then should we opt for XML or JSON? XML is bit too formal for teensy jobs. JSON, on the other hand, is the star of simplicity and capable or dealing with both tabular data and objects quite handily.
So we will store tabular data such as an PHP Array to JSON text which would then be stored as a ASCII text file. When we need to use the array again, be it in another PHP script or at a later time, we would just load the JSON string in the file and decode it into an array in PHP.
How can we do this? As simple as abc.
Store PHP Array in File
Read Array from File
$your_array = json_decode(file_get_contents('array.txt'), true);
Another approach is to use the serialize() and unserialize() functions of PHP. You may want to read this to choose between them: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/804045/preferred-method-to-store-php-arrays-json-encode-vs-serialize
I deal with quite some code examples across some of my blogs and sometimes they contain too long lines to fit in nicely, which makes it hard to read the latter part of a long line. But you still need to maintain the pre-formatted text with the <pre> tag.
The solution is to use CSS to prescribe the <pre> tag to wrap the lines. Just add this in your stylesheet:
white-space: pre-wrap; /* css-3 */
white-space: -moz-pre-wrap; /* Mozilla, since 1999 */
white-space: -pre-wrap; /* Opera 4-6 */
white-space: -o-pre-wrap; /* Opera 7 */
word-wrap: break-word; /* Internet Explorer 5.5+ */
And add the “wrap” class to the <pre></pre> blocks that you want lines to wrap naturally:
<pre class="wrap">I will be wrapping at the end of the line width.</pre>
The power of social media now beginning to be felt, there may be some “powers” better left alone. Scientist now say Social Media participation may be causing users’ brains to be REWIRED! Now there is some startling news. Facebook, Twitter, and now g+ use being on the upswing, it’s no wonder all our time is taken up, but who said anything about losing the ability to multitask?
That’s just what the data plugged into the infographic from Assisted Living Today suggests. Accordingly, cognitive functioning may be altered, if not impaired from dogged pursuit of your network. If your focus seems shifted of later, maybe you should consider altering your SM patern of use? Well, at least practice multitasking in between social media usage, huh?
Seriously, if your attention spans (as indicated in below) get any shorter, we won’t be able to pay attention sure enough.
Infographic by Assisted Living Today – Assisted Living Facilities
A quick notification for my readers. As VeriSign is increasing the registry fee of .com by about $0.5 by Jan. 15, 2012, you may want to renew all of your existing .com domains by then. The name registration fee is on a rise ever since the dawn, depending on your personal finance, renewing earlier is probably better that later.
It’s about to be Christmas so do search for “*registrar* renewal promo code”, coupons, etc. for your registrar when you are renewing your names. Dynadot was kind enough to offer a renewal promo code “HOLIDAYRENEWAL” for $0.25 discount off one year renewal of any .com name. It’s the best chance to renew all your names before the prices increase at the beginning of next year (2012).
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I was debugging about some mod_rewrite errors caused by the .htaccess file on one of my sites and couldn’t solve the problem myself so I opted for a help thread on the SitePoint.com forum. Turned out it’s not the problem of my mod_rewrite rules in .htaccess but some incorrect file permissions that were causing the trouble.
Dklynn was very nice to help me in this regard and offered a gold advice that I thought I should share with you.
You Should NOT Use <IfModule></IfModule>. Why?
He pointed out that I should get rid of the <IfModule> conditional from the .htaccess file. It’s useless and a complete waste of server resources by all means. No excuses.
Considering the fact that all HTTP requests (including those to trivial assets such as .css, .js, .gif, .jpg, etc., thus each web page download would trigger about 10 or even more HTTP requests) to the Apache web server are handled by the rules in your .htaccess file, I think I should get rid of all such <IfModule> conditionals from all .htaccess files on all my sites, or the server would be doing useless check of “If Module xxx Is Enabled” every time a HTTP request is received…..
With a site receiving 1000 page visits per day, your server would have to do 10,000 such useless checks at the cost server resources and performance.
Many famous 3rd party scripts such as WordPress has <IfModule></IfModule> in the .htaccess file by default. This is to prevent potential errors should the module was not installed on the client’s production site / server. You should try and remove it. If the mod_rewrite and SEO friendly URLs are working, you can remove it without any problems.
This is pure gold advice offered by Dklynn. Check out his site about Apache mod_rewrite.
These days it seems everything is automated. Some marketers even try to automate the two way conversation of the so called social media revolution, but there’s always got to be a human sentiment and senetient being behind communications. Especially the closer our network interactions become.
However, despite the need for up-close-and-personal two way communication, there are ways in which business, your website, your SME, any brand can be funneled into the new age.
Leads are always the focus of the so called sales funnel, but your whole marketing plan needs to reflect the best combination of automated marketing tactics, along with tools that help humans interact with humans. The infographic below show some clues as to how any business might accomplish this.
Understanding Marketing Automation
The graphic above courtesy HubSpot, shows a clear path for many large and small businesses to engage with better marketing balance. Putting any such plan into shoe leather, this is another story. Check back for more insight into how you can integrate all these tools and strategies, make your blog or outlet as powerful as it can be.
It was 2001 when I first got on the Internet and this was one of the first web pages that I visited.
It’s been 10 years. And it’s still there.
How many more 10 years could I have……………
Data centers are the fastest-growing energy vacuums in the IT industry in the UK, Europe, and beyond. As data centers grow larger to store the world’s data, their energy us is growing, too. Utilizing more environmentally-friendly power sources is tremendously important for the data center industry. Using renewable energy saves money, conserves natural resources, and contributes to keeping our planet cleaner for a longer period of time.
Check out this awesome infographic for some rare facts about data center power usage and green energy adoption in world’s top data centers and SaaS providers.
This infographic is created by Peer1 Hosting.