Category: php

Deploying and maintaining a website using svn

I use svn (subversion code version control) in a very simple way, but it has become an essential tool for how I build, deploy and manage websites. If you aren’t using some sort of source control, you should be. If you are, but you are using it only as a source code backup, you might… Read more »

Holistic Community website rebuild/ reskin

One of the projects I have worked on recently is the Holistic Community website – a directory site for Therapists, Training Courses and Treatment rooms. This was an interesting project, as I was originally approached to make a few amends, but the previous developer refused to hand over the php code running the site, therefore… Read more »

new sweetcron/ codeigniter based site Too Old To skate

I’m pleased to say i’ve achieved another of my 2009 goals, by launching the (unfinished) new version of one of my personal projects Too Old To Skate. The main site is now running php/codeigniter based sweetcron, which is used to pull content in from the original wordpress, flickr, delicious, twitter, vimeo and a friends blogger… Read more »

Maximum file upload size in Drupal

In a Drupal (5.something) site, there is a section in the admin for specifying how file uploads should be handled. As well as specifying the maximum file size allowed for a single upload it reports what the current php settings are e.g:- “Your PHP settings limit the maximum file size per upload to 4 MB.”… Read more »

zend framework and isapi rewrite on IIS (and why)

Recently I decided to standardise on php/zend framework for future ground-up development (where I have a choice/ influence). As some of you may have gathered, i’m a bit of a “jack of all trades” when it comes to web dev and I have a legacy of projects using different technologies. One of these is a… Read more »

More books to review

I’ve been sent a couple more books to review from Packt publishing – Codeigniter for Rapid PHP Development, and Object Oriented Programming with PHP5. I have immediate use for these as I am currently working on a few PHP5 projects and was looking around for a PHP framework to use for part of one of… Read more »