Web Development

Importing Large Databases Through phpMyAdmin

While moving WordPress sites from one domain to another for my clients, I often run into file size limitations on phpMyAdmin. Depending on the hosting account I’m moving to, I can sometimes change that limitation with the php.ini file or import from the command line. But, sometimes, I don’t have access to those methods and …

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Organizing Your WordPress Post Content with Categories and Tags

When you create a WordPress post you have the option to assign categories and tags to that post. Categories are hierarchical groupings, whereas, tags are not hierarchical. In other words, your categories can have parent categories and children categories (or subcategories). This helps to organize your content for menus and other hierarchical charts/pages. This allows …

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AngularJS ng-repeat

AngularJS allows me to loop through an array with the ng-repeat directive very easily. (The ‘Resources’ tab will show you the JavaScript and css files I’ve included and the ‘Result’ tab will show you the output.) Notice the ng-init initializes the array with a list of languages. ng-repeat=”language in languages” will loop through the languages …

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JavaScript Primitive and Reference Variables

JavaScript has no rules for the type of data that a variable must hold. The type and value can change. JavaScript divides the variables into two major types: Primitive and Reference. Primitive variables are simple atomic pieces of data and Reference variables are objects of multiple values. The five primitive types are: Undefined, Null, Boolean, …

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