To get your BlackBerry MAC address off most of the recent BlackBerry models is pretty simple. Navigate to the home screen (the one with all the icons on it) and select the Options launcher. Click on that and then scroll… Continue Reading →
This post serves more as a bookmark for me than anything else, now that I have been tasked with learning the icky world of Zend and its MVC pattern from the powers above here at work. Learning Zend is not for the faint hearted, that is for sure, and just finding your feet takes a fair bit of reading.
I needed to quickly whip up a script that would strip all leading and trailing whitespace plus replace any apostrophes or quotation marks with their web code equivalent for each and every value that appeared in every row, column and table in the database.
Foxit Reader 1.1 is an incredible little PDF viewer that features some powerful tools while remaining pretty damn quick. It’s free for non-commercial usage and features most of the viewing tools you’ve come to expect from the big daddy of PDF readers, namely Adobe Acrobat.
So the question I was then left with is how to check for the existence of a function before actually calling that function, the solution to which turns out to be fairly simple.
In order to speed up your work using Photoshop’s powerful but sometimes quite frustrating text tool, here are a couple of handy keyboard shortcuts you might like to remember…
Sometimes you need to store things like file paths into a database table during your PHP script’s execution. However, on going back to the database after running your script, you might come across your path with all of its backslashes () missing!