Tagged: htaccess


How to Set .htaccess php_value

There is a simple syntax to that answers how to set htaccess php_value for example if we want to set max_execution_time, php_value max_execution_time 120 Above code put in your apache htaccess file will set the configuration. How about You? Feel Free to comment on this.


All Time Most Popular WordPress Plugins

WordPress has treasure of plugins, but you must need to download plugin just after installing fresh WordPress. Here are some list of those, all time most popular wordpress plugins. Contact Form 7: Most popular among all, and must needed plugin ever, as it is downloaded most of all wordpress plugins. It have all facilities which […]

How to Learn from Open Source Projects and Frameworks

Many beginners have question, they are new in industry and how to start, open sources which seems bit complex for them to learn, but they can learn basics from that. I have some steps to follow which may help into this. Consider a PHP Programmer wants to learn other Database integration rather than orthodox MySQL, […]

How to Make Money from Open Source Especially for PHP Programmers

As open sources are getting popular day by day, many have question how to make money from those. So which open source we can adopt so we can utilize it to make money? You can make money from any open source if you are working in PHP. If anyone wants a shopping cart, there are […]

How do You Automatically Run a Program with Administrator Privileges Upon User Login in Windows?

I am using Windows 8.1 (64-bit) and I would like to automatically run a program with administrator privileges upon user login. I tried to make a shortcut of the program and ticked the run as administrator check box in the properties of the program shortcut itself, then tried placing the shortcut in the two locations […]

How to Change The Value of a PHP Setting

You can apply custom PHP settings on a per-folder basis using a local php.ini file. For example, you need register_globals set to Off in a directory. For this purpose you should log in your cPanel and go to the File Manager. There navigate to the directory where you’d like this setting applied. In this directory […]