If you are editing a PHP code file on Windows or Linux, make sure your file end-of-line format isn’t Old Mac Format. This could cause problems when executing even if your PHP is flawless.
I am often asked this question by other Web developers. In fact, I regularly need to figure decide which web programming languages and technologies I need to learn next as part of my life long learning. Start with Web Browser Technologies Did… Continue Reading →
For developers just getting started in Moodle development, testing and fixing 3rd party Moodle plugins which are not currently supported the latest version of Moodle is a great way to get started on your way to learning how Moodle works. These plugins… Continue Reading →
You can capture a screenshot of almost anything that appears on your computer by using any of the following methods in Windows: There is a great free tool called Greenshot that works with the Print Screen button. It allows you to capture any part of… Continue Reading →
There isn’t a lot of documentation that comes in the box with the WD My Book drive. This article will provide you with additional information will hopefully answer some of your questions regarding the My Book drive. The instructions are… Continue Reading →
Moodle 2.3 to 2.6.1+ for Windows comes with pieces of XAMPP 1.7.4. Although it works well, the version of PHP that comes included with it is buggy, lacks some key features for development such as a modern control panel and… Continue Reading →
Regardless of how many safeguards you have in place such as antivirus, firewall, anti-spam, malware protection, surge protectors, backup power supply (UPS), there is always something that can go wrong. Your computer could break down, laptops can be dropped and… Continue Reading →