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PHP Tutorials

PHP » Content Management Systems — over 3 years ago
It can be very helpful to get the slug of the current post or page. Here’s an easy snippet to get the slug of current post or page.
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 4 years ago
Redirection of 404 page to home page is necessary for search engine optimization and it also helps users to get homepage from error pages. In order to redirect error page to home page, a small snippet must be added to 404.php in your theme folder, if you don't find 404page then create 404.php and add the following snippet in it.
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 3 years ago
A handy code snippet which can be used to set minimum order amount in WooCommerce.
PHP » Content Management Systems — almost 4 years ago
A tiny piece of code which allows you to change the text "Thank you for creating with WordPress." that appears on footer of WordPress dashboard.
PHP » Content Management Systems — about 4 years ago
In this tutorial we are going to investigate how you can use this table to add new custom fields to a user profile.
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 2 years ago
Here's a handy WordPress code snippet which allows you to automatically mark as spam comments with a super long url
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 4 years ago
In wordpress, when you upload any image in content p tag comes around your image, this may be irritating to users. In order to remove that , we have to add simple snippet in functions.php.
PHP » Frameworks — over 4 years ago
In this tutorial we will build a fun little tool for internal/personal usage that posts random tweets at pre-defined times with Laravel and the Twitter API. We will use some of Laravel 4′s powerful features such as Artisan commands, Eloquent...
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 2 years ago
If you would like to disable word-press updates please follow the below process: Open your current selected Theme folder. Open under this folder function.php and put the code in the Blog. For full information, Visit full Blog. http://findnerd.com/list/view/Disable-wordpress-updates/3101/
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 4 years ago
We’ll show you how to run your WordPress cluster in a highly-available environment using Memcached node, two Apache servers, an NGINX load balancer and two replicated MySQL databases. In this case if one Apache server fails, the sessions are stored for backup on the Memcached node. The other server can fetch the sessions from Memcached and then proceed serving the session.
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