Tag: php

Doc5 Wiki Available for Download

Doc5 Wiki Available for Download

Slightly behind with this post but I finally have a new release of Doc5 available for download. New features include, Full WYSIWYG editing and no more trying to get used to the markup. (Not that it was difficult but people are used to risch editors these days) Complete redesign of the UI. Bootstrap makes for …

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Debug PHP Function Calls

Debug PHP Function Calls

Logging errors can be very helpful as your code base becomes huge. But sometime it’s still difficult to find out what’s calling the function that’s giving the error. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a way to see how you’d got to that function? Well of course there’s a way in PHP – debug_backtrace. …

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LDAP in PHP on IIS6

LDAP in PHP on IIS6

If you’re struggling to get the LDAP extension to work in PHP and IIS6 then you may want to read on. In my situation both the web server and PHP were confirmed to be working fine and reading the correct php.ini. But even with the correct line enabled in the php.ini file, LDAP would refuse …

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Running WordPress & PHP Behind ISA Proxy

Running WordPress & PHP Behind ISA Proxy

Some things work well on their own but when mixed make your life hard. Things like Linux and PHP work very well. Microsoft ISA proxy also does a good job in a corporate MS environment. But making the two work together in a controlled environment can be an exercise in frustration. In this post I’ll …

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Outlook Hates Line Breaks

Outlook Hates Line Breaks

If you’ve ever wondered why your plain text email message is randomly ignoring line breaks like n or rn then you’re not alone. I regularly use PHPMailer to send off automated emails and usually in plain text to keep it simple. What Outlook 2003 (and 2002 and 2007 versions apparently) likes to do is be …

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Installing a Windows Dev Box

Installing a Windows Dev Box

In the interest of saving this for future reference, here’s is a general how-to for installing a Windows based Web development server. The reason for running up a Windows server as opposed to the typical LAMP alternative on Windows was due to frustration. The older Ubuntu server I had just made it very difficult to …

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