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PHP and CSS Colour Changer Script

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

Using PHP variables in your CSS can add interest and interactivity, and you can even personalise colour schemes for individual visitors: let people choose their own CSS styles when they have logged in, or change the colours and images based on the weather or the time of day! This is a very simple PHP random […]

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multiple jQuery video popovers: Ajax

Monday, March 28th, 2011

After my first jQuery video popover, I was asked to make a page with four separate popovers, each with its own video. This presented me with two issues. Hard-coding the hidden content into the html would be clunky and slow down the page loading. The site was to be used by 4 people, who may want […]

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WordPress and PHP: the dreaded 403 error

Monday, February 21st, 2011

Well, I just finished trying to make my first ever post on PHP on this WordPress blog, and ran into an interesting problem. Something in my text was screwing up the process – I kept getting this error message when I tried to edit, view, or publish: You don’t have permission to access /blog/wp-admin/post.php on […]

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Beginning PHP – some basic concepts

Monday, February 21st, 2011

PHP is an Interpreted Server-Side Language. This means that the code is never sent to a browser. It “lives” entirely on the server. The server reads through any PHP that it encounters in a document, and works out what the result should be. A document containing PHP is normally has the extension .php, however it is possible […]

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