Posts filed under “PHP”

GD Star Rating – Integrating Comments

IMPORTANT: Post is quite outdated and no more follewed by the author. Use it at your own risk! As you may already know GD Star Rating is an all-inclusive rating/review plugin for WordPress. It has got tons of features and options and I think it is even better that all other premium solutions. The only [...] Read more →

PHP 5.3.0 bug: only 256 char in predefined statements

I use XAMPP to test my Flex applications, and I noticed a bug with version 1.7.2 sice it is using PHP 5.3.0: the default flex sercives will just retrive the first 256 charcters of the text stored in the database. To solve it simply update to PHP 5.3.1 or update XAMPP to 1.7.3!

Good user management system [UserCake]

Are you creating some kind of web application in which you need people to register and so on? Well if so, UserCake will be a good stating point: “UserCake is a simple user management system developed in PHP. For sometime now people have asked me where can I find a simple, flexible and most of [...] Read more →

Run a local web server, easily

Have you ever wondered how to test your PHP (for instance) files locally? Well I never did, till I found XAMP. It is a great tool to quickly install on your computer with no hassle Apache, MySQL, PHP + PEAR, Perl… There are different distributions for Windows, Mac OS, Linux and Solaris. It became essential [...] Read more →