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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 […]


500 Internal Server Error PHP

You often get “500 – Internal server error” error message when a user tries to access your Apache based dynamic PHP application. Mainly, to solve this problem, you need to check error logs located here, >> var/log/message >> /var/log/httpd/error_log This error only occurs when there is a issue in your web server. This problem can […]

Top 15 Best WordPress Plugins to Use in 2011

There are lots of reasons to use wordpress in these days, wordpress have thousands of good plugins available in market which accomplish your websites all needs. Here is the Top 15 Best WordPress Plugins to Use in 2011. W3 Total Cache – This WordPress plugin is great for two reasons. First, it makes your pages […]

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 Change PHP Settings

Sometimes while we programming with PHP we require to change some php.ini settings. so how to change php settings, There are several ways. Using php.ini Using .htaccess file Using ini_set() function Using php.ini In this method we should have direct access of php.ini file, in which you can make change in settigs and restart the […]

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.