Using Nginx FastCGI Cache With WordPress

/ Misc, Wordpress / by Paul Robinson / 0 Comments

Are you sick of using different caching plugins? Are you sick of updating plugins and checking to make sure there are no updates to Nginx rules? Are you happy to get your hands a little dirty and write your own Nginx rules? Then this might just be the tutorial for you. Let’s take a look at how you can get […]

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Beginners Guide: Using Vagrant with Puphpet for Local Development

Beginners Guide: Using Vagrant with Puphpet for Local Development

/ Misc / by Paul Robinson / 0 Comments

Whether you’ve been developing locally for years, or you are just getting started, but have always used a locally installed server such as XAMPP or WAMP (or MAMP) it might be time to move on to a more flexible development environment. Why Use Vagrant? Vagrant is excellent for development because it creates a virtual version of a real server. It […]

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Using PHP & MySQLi With A MySQL Database Part 3

/ Misc, PHP / by Paul Robinson / 0 Comments

This third part of explaining how to use PHP & MySQLi was inspired by ‘abr4xas’ who commented on part 2 of this tutorial. He/she asked how they would go about safely inserting data from the $_POST superglobal into one of their MySQLi queries. So here is how to do exactly that. Prepared Statements One of the best ways to use […]

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4 Simple SEO Optimization Tips

/ Misc / by Ry Ryan / 0 Comments

Time for another guest post. This time we have a guest post from SEO consultant Ry Ryan giving 4 simple tips that might just improve your Search Engine ranking.

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Using Triggers in MySQL

/ Misc / by Paul Robinson / 0 Comments

A tricky subject I came across recently was how to use Triggers in a MySQL database. I always stayed away from them as I thought they were difficult to work with, but it turns out they are much easier than I expected.

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