Here we look at how I converted a script that I wrote to provide multisite capability.
This concept looked so interesting that I actually copied the idea for a script that I created. Unfortunately it appears that the way WordPress implemented multisite only works in very limited cases.
Find out more about my opinion of WordPress MultiSite
SQL: Learn SQL DataBase Programming in 24 hours Or Less!
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One piece of information that may or may not get passed to web sites you visit is where you came from prior to getting to their site. This is something that you may or may not want them to know. Let’s take a look at what sites might use this for and how you can turn it off if you don’t want them to know it.
One visitor asked for information about cookies and so on this page I both explain just exactly what cookies are and what they are for as well as where to find the settings in various browsers to allow you to choose what cookies to accept and what to reject.
SQL QuickStart Guide: The Simplified Beginner’s Guide To SQL
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Asking for a password to be entered twice when it is first being set makes sense when the actual text is hidden and you need to request the second copy to check for typos. Now there are arguments for and against just having an ordinary text field for a password which would negate the need to have people enter it twice.
This article isn’t about the password field though, it is about email addresses and discusses why the email address is probably the field that you’d least likely have a reason to ask people to enter twice.
SQL All-in-One For Dummies
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The steps to set up an email account for any domain that you have that has cpanel available on the hosting is relatively straightforward.
There are a number of things you can do to make your internet access more secure and to improve your privacy.
Depending on what sort of web hosting you have you will probably be able to choose which version of at least some of your server side processing that you run. In this article the discussion talks about apache, PHP and mySQL but what is discussed also applies to other web servers, languages and databases.