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Monthly Archives: November 2004
Say the term “virus” to most computer users and you’ll cause a shudder. But, what do you really know about computer viruses? How do they work? Why are they written? What can you do to protect yourself?
HTTP return codes are 3 digit (usually) numbers that are returned to your browser when they request a page. Typically your browser will take care of these, but if you are developing your own site you should put these in … Continue reading
How often do your online databases get updated? How often do you back up? Are you dependent on your host for backups? Try this quick PHP script to backup your MySQL databases from the server.
Check the next page that comes out of your color laser printer. It just may have a small pattern of yellow dots that can be used to trace the document back to you.
Often times while developing web pages you find yourself needing to know how the server is set up. If you have been developing in PHP for any length of time, certainly you know the command phpinfo(). For those of you … Continue reading
Sure, I know there’s a newer version of SimCity; and, sure, there’s hundreds of pages with cheat codes. But, this game runs on my computer and it’s one of my favorites.
One of the hardest things I learned while working on web development was the .htaccess file. Sure, I found tutorials everywhere, but most of them were written in a language I didn’t understand (remember, I was new to web development). … Continue reading
You do not even have to own a computer to know that viruses are running rampant on the internet. Back in the “old days” all a virus would do is mess up your computer. Now with the interconnection that we … Continue reading