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Web Hosting / Web Hosting for ecommerce
« on: October 10, 2011, 08:58:37 AM »
Dear Friends,

Do you have any suggestion for a great web hosting for a site similar to Amazon, eBay Alibaba... etc.
Please inform me about this.
It's very urgent.
Thank you in advance.

Webmaster Tools & Resources / Website Speed Test Tools
« on: September 05, 2011, 01:25:49 AM »
Here are some tools for your websites speed checking..

* Which Loads Faster
* Pingdom Tools
* Web Pagetest
* Web Page Analyzer
* Free website speed checker

If anyone knows more about it. Share yours.

Thanks in advance.

General Chat / How to search rapidshare on google
« on: August 11, 2011, 10:34:20 AM »
Go to and search following string. replace <keyword> with file name your looking for

<keyword> ""

Google / Google Chrome hits 20% global share
« on: July 11, 2011, 10:12:01 AM »
Google Chrome hits 20% global share as Microsoft continues browser slide

Google Chrome's rise in popularity has been remarkably fast and it's just hit a new milestone: more than 20% of all browser usage, according to StatCounter.

Chrome rose from only 2.8% in June 2009 to 20.7% worldwide in June 2011, while Microsoft's Internet Explorer fell from 59% to 44% in the same time frame. Firefox dropped only slightly in the past two years, from 30% to 28%.

Chrome first hit 10% in August 2010 and was still at 19% in May before surpassing 20% in June.

If Chrome's numbers seem a bit high that's because StatCounter's method of tracking highlights Google's strength: attracting power users.

Death to Internet Exploder! Go Google!

Content Management / Joomla Vs Drupal
« on: September 03, 2010, 09:34:45 AM »
Are there any cases where one would be better than the other?
Is one more suitable for certain types of sites (i.e. blogs, ecommerce, etc.)?
Which provides an easier method for implementing custom templates?
Any scalability issues for future/multiple authors, users, etc.?

Any feedback would be appreciated.

I would really appreciate your advice

When I say, “actively manage” it involves logging into your account at least once a week, updating your profile, submitting content and interacting with friends/followers etc.

I’m interested in to know if there’s a “magic number” of social media profiles an average human being can manage.

My gut feeling says that the magic number is somewhere around 3 to 5.

What's your opinion?

Computer Forum / Top 15 Essential Apps & Codecs For Windows 7
« on: October 30, 2009, 06:09:55 AM »
So you've just installed the new Windows 7 (RTM/Beta). You've created your user profile, logged in for the first time and installed any missing drivers. What next?

Here's the list of apps and codecs I install within the first 30 minutes.

00. Windows Update - technically not an install but I run it first. Everytime.

01. Windows Live Essentials suite
Includes Windows Live Messenger, Photo Gallery, Writer & Mail. Also includes Silverlight

02. Live Mesh
- FREE (Amazing)
All my files are synced across my various machines with Live Mesh. I also take full advantage of the 5GB of cloud storage

03. WinRAR
- Shareware (US$29)
My favorite compression and archiving tool. Supports basically any archive format you throw at it including ISO and Linux archives

04. AVG Free Anti-Virus
Light weight, free anti-virus protection. Does require updates to be manually installed though

05. Firefox
(plus Flash & DownThemAll) - FREE
IE8 is my default browser however it is still in beta and there are a few web sites out there that render better in Firefox. DownThemAll is an amazing download utility that dramatically speeds up download times

06. VLC Media Player
Basically a Quicktime replacement as VLC can playback most *.MOV files

07. Xvid Codec
*Update* Windows Media Player 12 (found in the Windows 7 beta) natively supports Xvid, Divx and MP4 codecs however if (like me) you have a couple of videos in your collection that don't play correctly try installing the Xvid codec.
For decoding Xvid, Divx and MP4 video files in Windows Media Player

08. AC3 Filter
*Update* As above - you may not need this codec but if you find you're not getting any sound when plating back a video file it might an AC3/DTS issue.
Audio filter that enables Windows Media Player to playback movies with AC3 and DTS audio tracks

09. ImgBurn
*Update* Windows 7 burns ISO images natively so this tool is mainly used for creating ISO images.
Great CD/DVD burning and ISO creation utility

10. Easy CD-DA Extractor -
30 Day Free Trial (US$37)
*Update* I primarily use Easy CD-DA Extractor for converting from one file format to the other ie. lossless to MP3 and for the odd CD that WMP12 is unable to rip for me.
"The Swiss Army Knife of Digital Audio" pretty much sums up Easy CD-DA Extractor. I still buy physical CD's from real music stores,... how crazy is that!! Easy CD-DA Extractor allows me to back-up my discs and convert to MP3 for storage on my Windows Home Server

11. Paint.NET
*Update* The new Paint application in Windows 7 is a great update but if you need to work with some basic layers or some more advanced features then Paint.NET is a great tool.
Simple yet powerful free Photoshop alternative. Not quite as comprehensive as GIMP but does the basics and does them well

12. SharePod
iTunes alternative for transferring tracks on (and off) ipods

13. Skype (version 4.0 Beta 3) - FREE
I think we all know what Skype is

14. FileZilla
Light weight, free FTP Utility. Supports file resume

15. Microsoft Office 2007
- 60 Day Free Trial (from US$80)
Outlook, Word, Excel and Powerpoint are my essentials although Windows Live Mail is a great alternative if you don't need the complexity of Outlook

What have I missed? What other apps & codecs do you install during the first 30 minutes after an OS rebuild?  ;D

Google / How To Get Invited By GOOGLE WAVE
« on: October 30, 2009, 04:59:40 AM »
ok , this is the way i got a google wave invite to my mail box .

1 . Go to If you don't have a account make one.
2 . There is a Search Box in twitter , Search it by using "Google Wave Invite "
3 . Then look at Results , If you Are lucky enough you Will find some one Calling that I have Google Wave invites to Offer .
4 . If you find one , Reply against his name putting your email address and made a request to him/her .
5 . Try this again and again ,
6 . After some-days you will see a Google wave invite in your In-box .
7 . Thanx Me  ;D

Google / Google Chrome OS is official!
« on: July 08, 2009, 08:44:26 AM »
Google is launching Chrome OS
More details at:

It will be available for consumers in the second half of 2010.

Google / Google's Rival? - Bing
« on: June 05, 2009, 09:08:41 AM »
Bing is now usable - But can it beat Google?

I'm still a Google man to be honest.

Other Search Engines / Open Source Code Search Engine - Koders
« on: January 31, 2009, 03:02:29 AM »
Koders is a search engine that is a must-bookmark for developers.

It is used for quickly finding open source code, methods, examples, algorithms and more.

It searches code written in 30+ languages & categorized with 28 different licence types.

Koders also has pluging for Eclipse, Visual Studio & Firefox for integrated searching + it provides adding "code search" functionality to your site with a widget feature.

JavaScript / jQuery/javascript Check if Checkbox is Checked
« on: January 25, 2009, 12:00:25 AM »
Hey guys,

I'm looking for a way to check the wrapped set and see if at least one checkbox is checked. I'm working on a site that has a series of checkboxes that allow you to delete the checked rows from the database but before it deletes the records, it pops up with a confirm() javascript box.

My dilemma is that the confirm box pops up even if none of the checkboxes are checked so basically im looking for a way that will display an alert() saying to please check at least one box before pressing the delete selected button but if at least one box is checked then show the confirm box asking are they sure they wanna delete it.

Here is the code for the confirmation but everything i've tried with checking for the checked boxes hasn't worked.

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     var conf = confirm("Are you sure you want to delete the selected post/s?");
     if (!conf) {
          return false;


PHP / $_SESSION problem... NEVER seen anything like this
« on: January 14, 2009, 12:25:54 AM »
Every time I get a bug like this, I'm completely baffled, so this is probably nothing major, just the results of me spending too many hours in front of my computer... Anyway... This is a log in page to a site I'm making and the problem is that the user doesn't stay logged in. Now don't just assume I'm not starting the session properly! Every session variable is stored properly EXCEPT $_SESSION['loggedIn']... Am I overlooking something painfully obvious?!

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"<script>alert('$name');</script>"// This alerts the name properly
"<script>alert('$loggedIn_temp');</script>"// This alerts NOTHING
$result=mysql_query("SELECT * FROM `dartwars` WHERE `email`='$username' AND `password`='$password'");
"<script>alert('$loggedIn_temp');</script>";   // This verifies that $_SESSION['loggedIn'] IS set
"<script>alert('not logged in');</script>"// None of these ever alert!!!
"<script>alert('not logged in');</script>";

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "">
<html xmlns="">
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />
<title>Turpin Dart Wars 2009: Assassin</title>
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="styles.css" />

<img src="logo2.png" id="logo" />
<div id="main">
   <table id="links" cellspacing="0"><tr><td class="black"><a href="index.php">about</a></td><td class="black"><a href="rules.php">rules</a></td><td class="black"><a href="signUp.php">sign up</a></td><td class="red"><a href="mission.php">your mission</a></td><td class="black"><a href="hallOfFame.php">hall of fame</td></tr>
   <tr><td colspan="5" class="red_bottom">
      <br />
$result=mysql_query("SELECT * FROM `dartwars` WHERE `email`='$username' AND `password`='$password'");
"You are logged in, but you are not registered.<br />";
"If you do not give Michael Hu \$10 by (some date), then you will not be able to play!<br />";
"<a href='mission.php?logout'>Log out</a>";
"Welcome, $name. <br />";
"Woah there. You'll need to login.";
"<form name='login' action='mission.php' method='POST'>
                  <tr><td>Email:</td><td><input name='email' /></td></tr>
                  <tr><td>Password:</td><td><input type='password' name='password' /></td></tr>
                  <tr><td colspan='2'><input type='submit' name='login' id='login' value='Log in' /></td></tr>

      <br />

PHP / PHP short tag problem
« on: September 15, 2008, 07:13:01 AM »
On my local machine to execute PHP code i need to start tag with <?php

Whenever I try to execute using short tag <?, I get "500 Internal Server Error".

What is required to fix in apache or in php.ini, so that I can use both tags.

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