Creating a new (Yii) controller and implementing access control for it with the yii-user extension, I got this PHP warning/error today:
Today I sat down to modify the permalink structure for this web site. The URLs for this blog used to include the
/YYYY/MM/ date parts in them, and until recently, I never really gave them much thought except to think that it was sometimes interesting.
When you have set your Astro Remote Controller to also control your television, you will be able to control the basic functions of your TV with your Astro Remote Controller, which is quite convenient. But if you don’t do it properly, you will not be able to use it to control the volume of your TV!
A couple of days ago, they came to install Astro B.yond IPTV and Maxis Home Fibre Internet in my home here in Malaysia. Astro‘s current promotion also offered me a choice of 3 different Internet connection speeds to choose from i.e. 10Mb/s, 20Mb/s or 30Mb/s. I settled for the smallest one at 10Mb/s, which is sufficient for me.
You know how to turn compression on for one or more web pages with PHP, but what if you want to enable compression for your entire web site?
Recently, I needed a simple PHP function that will match an IP Address in a CIDR block.
In my never-ending quest to get my web pages to load super-fast I chanced upon
ob_gzhandler() one day while researching the uses of
ob_start() in PHP.