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Hooks in CodeIgniter

In code igniter hooks are the points before and after the execution where we can call some specific functions. These functions are called hooks and points where we call hooks are called hook point. Hooks are usefull when we have to make some changes throught the application , then we can do this without hacking […]

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WordPress Dashboard – Tutorial 4

Admin Login Give the user name and password . Check the remember box as the browser will remind the login and password next time. Dashboard area contains the following main tools and links: Welcome section Main menu(side menu) Top menu Admin area Screen option Help option Quick draft section At a glance section Activity section […]

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WordPress Installation : Tutorial 3

WordPress Installation Before install a WordPress we should ensure that we have already created a database , where we have to create the WordPress tables with a prefix name .Default is prefix is wp_. We should have the following information as we are going to install the WordPress: Database Name: wordpress User name: root Password: […]

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WordPress Minimum Requirement : Tutorial 2

Chapter:2-Before Installation Minimum Requirement of a system to run the WordPress We need a server to run the PHP script, because PHP is a server side script and WordPress is based on PHP. WAMP Server which is-Windows Apache MySQL PHP Any WAMP which has PHP 5.2.4 or above and MySQL 5.0 or above. Download WAMP from: http://www.wampserver.com Download Source code of WordPress from: […]

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WordPress Inroduction : Tutorial 1

WordPress is a world famous Open Source CMS. Based on PHP as an open source server side scripting language. WordPress is a free and open source blogging tool and a content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL, which runs on a web hosting service.Features include a plug-in architecture and a template system. WordPress […]

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CakePHP Advance : Most Common Interview Questions and Answers

What is HMAC? HMAC means Hash-based Message Authentication Code . This is a authentication code used with combination of an encryption key and a hash function.What is Asset.cacheTime ? Asset.cacheTime sets the asset cache time. This determines the http header Cache-Control’s max-age, and the http header’s Expire’s time for assets. What is DSN? DSN is […]

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