Monthly Archives: May 2012


If you’re looking for some good software that enables you to search within files on your PC, then look no further! PRGrep is Linux software gone Windows, it offers you many tools to enable you to search within files. It doesn’t have a fancy interface, it’s easy to use and it searches files extremely fast! […]


Recently I decided to upgrade a clients administration panel from the old FCKEditor to the new CKEditor – however after installation I realised the FileManager was missing… So I started trawling the internet looking for an alternative. I came across this very useful guide which I followed step-by-step and it was so easy!! I successfully […]


I see this time and time again – someone gets a virus on their PC, calls their “techie” friend who immediately goes “oh yeah – I can remove this…”. The “techie” removes some start-up program entries that run the offending EXE – runs some slightly more suspicious “.bat” files that apparently help remove the root […]


Arrays are an amazingly useful variable in all programming languages, they allow you to store vast amounts of organised data in just one reference. This helps not only on software memory usage and speed – But also on program complexity and code neatness. I’m going to explain by example many different ways you can define […]


Pulling your hair out over this Notice message? Well here is an explanation for why you are getting this and how you can avoid it. Take a look at the following code: <?php class myClass { public $var = 1; public function &getVar() { return($this->var); } } $obj = new myClass; $value = &$obj->getVar(); ?> […]


Apologies for the downtime, I’m officially a dumbass… Changed the MySQL database username/passwords last night and forgot to update the WordPress connection information. On another note, we did experience some downtime Monday also, this was due to a technical fault with the MySQL server itself, which was playing up all morning…