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How to Pipe / Send an Email to a PHP Script

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Sending an email to a PHP script (also called pipe), is a fairly simple task to accomplish. You first need to setup a PHP file and then you will setup pipe forwarding in cPanel.  This tutorial is only the basics and is using cPanel to setup the actual pipe. Alright let us get started with the PHP file. The very first line of the PHP script is a hashbang (also called shebang). This is a… Read more »


Programing Cheat Sheets

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After learning a few programing languages it gets hard remembering all of the functions and properties that programing languages come with. Below is a list of Cheat sheets to make your coding experience much easier and faster. The list is categorized by languages. ActionScript ActionScript Cheat Sheet – Covers everything from ActionScript 2.0 to ActionScript 3.0 and Even Adobe AIR. Ajax/JavaScript Frameworks Prototype Cheat Sheet – Detailed methods and properties of each of the modules… Read more »


Open-source Newsletter Manager

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phplist is an open source newsletter management software that makes sending newsletters easy, professional and controllable. phplist is written in PHP and mySql and it is completely Free. It allows for tracking clicks, subscription management, and it allows you to easily import you clients from your own database. It has saved me so much time when managing our newsletter and our subscribers.


List of Image Cropping Scripts

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Updated March 24 After looking for awhile for a script that will crop your image in the browser I decided to put a list together. I found various types of scripts that will accomplish this. The list below is a list of image cropping scripts. cfImageCropper – This script is written in Coldfusion. The Demo of this script works very well and the code is very simple to implement. jsCropper – This javascript image cropping… Read more »


Speed up your website with PHP Speedy.

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PHP Speedy is a script that you can install on your web server to automatically speed up the download time of your web pages. If this works like it says this should be a standard upgrade to all websites.  There is also a PHP Speedy WP Plugin to speed up your wordpress site. I have yet to install the PHP Speedy Plugin but I will in a few days and I’ll give you an update.