Security certificates serve two different purposes with web sites. Some sites need a certificate for one of the purposes, some need it for the other and many need it for both.
By performing the steps in the right order you can easily move web hosting from one hosting provider to another without your visitors even being aware of the move. This is particularly true for static web pages and with pages that allow your visitors to post their own comments etc. you will a worst lose a comment or two. The biggest difficulty is actually the email accounts that you have on the domain you are moving between hosts. In this article we look at how you can arrange things so as to ensure you don’t lose emails during the move.
The SGML doctype at the top of your HTML defines which language that the web page is written it. The short form <!doctype html> defines that it is HTML without specifying what version of HTML. The longer variants define more specifically just which particular SGML language that the web page is written in. Selecting what doctype to use after writing your page is no more appropriate than is deciding what language to give a speech in after you have given the speech (did you just give it in English or was every alternate word spoken in a different language).
If you already have your content on some other type of web site then it may be possible to transfer that existing content into your new WordPress site.This will definitely be tpossible if your content is currently already in WordPress of another popular blogging platform.
The last thing you want to happen after spending a lot of time adding content to a WordPress site is to lose everything you have entered. Right from the start you need a backup plan. While the tools built into WordPress allow for manual backups you will need a plugin to automate the process.
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It is no longer necessary to use a loop to determine whether your visitor has selected one of the buttons in a radio button group. We can now get a true or false response from a single statement (admittedly one that uses a few built in methods in combination).
Just as with any actual programming language, once you move beyond the trivial, there is more than one way that you can write code to achieve the same end result. Here we take an example that is just barely complicated enough to not be trivial and show the difference between several different ways that it could be coded in order to work out which is best.
A question about how to add optgroups to dynamic dropdowns led to my reexamining the approach I had previously used for the examples of how to generate select lists dynamically. As a result I now provide a far shorter and flexible solution.