If you get PHP error something like “syntax error, unexpected ‘)’, expecting T_PAAMAYIM_NEKUDOTAYIM” it should be immediately obvious to you that PHP parser believes that you are missing a dollar sign in front of one of the variable names on that particular line (for example in isset or foreach clause) Isn’t this obvious?
One of the common tasts that I have to do recently is installing wordpress on new website. While configuring the WordPress is simple and fast before you get there you need to download wordpress ZIP file, extract it to the correct folder (by default unzipping the file will create folder “wordpress” that you most likely […]
Moving your databases around is easy when they are small. When they get large it may become a problem especially if you are on a shared hosting… One of my website’s database grew to 5.5Gb in size. When it’s that big phpMyAdmin and standard control panel backup scripts just don’t work. Fortunately there is a […]