Hey guys! I’m sorry to disappoint you but I’m not going to publish some codes today. I was invited to be a guest speaker at our institute’s student congress with the alumni – for the second time. It was held yesterday, January 23, 2014 in the Technological Institute of the Philippines, QC. I was with… Continue reading 4th TIP Student Congress with the Alumni – 2014
Today I’m going to share this code I used to generate a JSON string with data from MySQL database. For those not yet familiar, JSON is a lightweight data interchange format (like XML but it is lightweight). It has been used by companies like Google and Facebook in their APIs. Recently, I needed a JSON string… Continue reading Generating JSON String with PHP
This post is supposed to be a quick-tip on how you can optimize your images for web pages. But it feels like I also want to give some thoughts about website speed. There are many websites saying that your images must be optimized for the web, that should be updated and say, “your images must… Continue reading Optimize Image for Web Using Photoshop and Thoughts on Faster Web Pages
Hi guys! Below are twelve of the jQuery related questions and answers on StackOverflow that I found very useful during development. I opted to compile them here because I feel good reading those brilliant questions and answers by coders from around the world. Enjoy! How would I know if an element is hidden? Sometimes you… Continue reading 12 jQuery Questions and Answers You Should Be Reading on StackOverflow
Email activation or verification is one requirement when you’re building an app with a membership feature. Our Email Activation Code in PHP will help you with that! This is one way to detect if there’s really a person behind the submitted email address. An email address is considered invalid if no person was able to… Continue reading Email Activation Code in PHP
Okay, so many of you guys still ask me about how to fix these warning messages in our Facebook scripts. Today I’m going to give you two possible fixes that you can do. By the way, here’s the warning message we want to remove: FIX IT BY ADDING A SESSION_START() You can fix it by adding… Continue reading Fixed: Cannot send session cache limiter – headers already sent
CakePHP Pagination is one of the fastest thing you can code with this amazing framework. In this post I’m gonna show you how you can create a pagination script in matter of few minutes, or even seconds! Cool? Let’s get started. This post is part of my CakePHP tutorial series, before you proceed to this,… Continue reading CakePHP 2.x Pagination Tutorial: Helper, Conditions, Limit, Sorting and More!
In almost every website we see today, there are links to their social media accounts. I think it is a standard now. It’s like, you’re not cool if you don’t have a Facebook and Twitter account! Recently, I was using Google drive to host my CSS and image files. Now, I removed it. Why? Because… Continue reading Creating Social Media Icons for Your Website using CSS