Common website terms and what each one means. The terminology used within the web industry can be a little daunting because many website terms are not used in our everyday language. This is why Thinking IT’s website designers speak in layman terms, so you can understand exactly what is going on with your website. To have a better understanding of how the web works, you will need to become familiar with terms that you may not fully understand the meaning of, so to help you N ...

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Adobe Flash, the world’s most hated software, is finally dying. Technically, it’s been on its way out for years, but today it received one of its final blows which will go down in history. Google officially killed Flash advertising in its browser. As of September 1, any advertising that uses the technology requires the user to click it to play — it’ll otherwise remain frozen. A new setting, enabled by default in Chrome automatically optimizes plu ...

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Introduction For many people, the main reson for learning a scripting language like PHP is because of the interaction with databases it can offer. In this tutorial I will show you how to use PHP and the MySQL database to store information on the web and include it into your website. Before you read this tutorial you should have at least a basic knowledge of how to use PHP. If you do not yet know PHP, I suggest that you read our PHP tutorial before continuing. Why Would I Want A D ...

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In parts 1 and 2 of this series, we looked at PHP namespace basics, the use operator, and name resolution. In this final article we discuss some of the more advanced namespace options. The __NAMESPACE__ Constant __NAMESPACE__ is a PHP string that always returns the current namespace name. In the global space it will be an empty string. <?php namespace AppLib1; echo __NAMESPACE__; // outputs: AppLib1 ?> The value has obvious benefits during debugg ...

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