ShiftEdit the online IDE

I`ve stumbled upon this helpful developer`s tool and I decided to share to anyone of you who occasionally have to code while travelling. It is a free online IDE with a variety of useful features. The service is called ShiftEdit and is suitable for coding in PHP, Ruby, Python, Perl, HTML, CSS and JavaScript. You […]

Many people are having trouble comparing dates with PHP, so I decided to introduce one function which makes the process very easy. The function is called strtotime and it is used to convert regular dates(Ex.: 2012-08-26 20:26 ) to Unix/POSIX time. You can check the definition of Unix/POSIX time in WikiPedia. Now lets see the code: echo […]

Unlike our other posts in the blog this one is not a tutorial, but a warning to our less advanced developer readers. Most of the beginner developers use PHP_SELF in forms, like the example below. <form action="<?php echo $_SERVER['PHP_SELF']; ?>" method="POST"> <h1>Sanitize your variables!</h1> Username: <input type="text"> Password: <input type="text"> </form> Some of you might […]

This wordpress tutorial is intended to help wordpress webmasters, who want to use an affiliate program(such as AdSense) to monetize their blogs traffic. I`ve been searching for an easy and clever way to add javascript banners for a while and in this short tutorial I`ll share the easiest way I`ve found. After you signup for […]

I was browsing through the net researching for a project today when I stumbled upon something very interesting, which I thought was worthy for wordpress tutorials. I`ve had to reset wordpress administrative password many times and so far I only knew one way of doing it(besides the automatic emailer): using mysql access. Turns out there […]