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Getting Started with HTML 5

HTML5 is coming quicker than a lot of web designers are probably aware. You’ve probably seen the stories that it won’t actually be usable until 2022 but in reality, you can actually start using it today. Not all web browsers support CSS2.1, not all visitors are using software capable of using JavaScript but that doesn’t […]


Import Data from Excel Using PHP

Import data from Excel using PHP. It is many time we need to import Excel data to your mysql in our most of applications. There is a simple code to Import data from Excel using PHP Here is the attachment which will help you guys to do this. Files: <a href=”http://mobicrumbz.com/downloads/files/excelReadExample.zip”>excelReadExample</a>

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 […]

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 […]

PHP for Android

It is a good news for PHP guys while most of others are going behind the mobile technologies. There is one good news for PHP people that PHP will be supported in to Android.com PFA (PHP for Android) is one of the project started by Irontec.com, its aims to make PHP development in Android not […]

User Signup Using Facebook

Using Facebook registration plug-in where users can easily sign up on your website using Facebook data. With one simple Facebook login the form will be filled with user appropriate data. This plug-in is a simple iframe you can place it anywhere on your webpage. You can also add a custom field if Facebook doesn’t have. […]