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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 […]


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 Increase Adsense Income

Google Adsense is the most easy way to generate ad revenue from your blog. But if it should be well utilized and manged. Here are some tips How to Increase Adsense Income: Mentioned here are the simple ways to increase your Adsense Revenue: 1. Place banner on top Always remember that the first impressions is […]

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.

Optimizing MySQL: Queries and Indexes

The database is just too slow. Queries are queuing up, backlogs growing, users being refused connection. Management is ready to spend millions on “upgrading” to some other system, when the problem is really that MySQL is simply not being used properly. Badly defined or non-existent indexes are one of the primary reasons for poor performance, […]

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 […]