What kind of secrets are included in 501 Web Site Secrets? Well, there’s parts of
a site you didn’t know existed. Or ways to use the site that you weren’t aware
of. Or special commands that help you get even more out of the site than you
could before. Cool stuff like that—and more.
That’s the nature of a secret—something that most users don’t know about, but
would get a kick out of if they did. These are the kinds of things that will make
you say to yourself, “That’s cool—I didn’t know you could do that!” And then
you’ll want to go directly to the site...
The amount of traffic that your internet marketing website generates has a direct impact on how much
success your business will have. Without traffic, you have no business and certainly no income coming
in. Despite what many believe, there are several ways that you can generate traffic to your website
without spending a penny.
This book is for ambitious people who want to get ahead faster. If this is the way you think and feel, you are the person for whom this book is written. The ideas contained in the pages ahead will save you years of hard work in achieving the goals that are most important to you.
I have spoken more than 2000 times before audiences of as many as 23,000 people, in 24 countries. My seminars and talks have varied in length from five minutes to five days. In every case, I have focused on sharing the best ideas I could find...
They dreamed of a better browser . . . and before you could say "explore no more," Firefox was born. But already you want more. Tighter security, greater functionality. A custom installation for Linux. Maybe even that unique extension you've always dreamed of creating. Well, if you want to tweak the Fox, here are over 400 pages of ways to do it. From hacking profile settings to cracking links and cleaning out the cookie jar, this is the stuff that puts you in control.
SharePoint may be the biggest thing to affect the way you and I work in our offices since . . .
well . . . since Microsoft Office. Word showed us how to write and edit our writing more efficiently
on a computer screen than we ever could before with a typewriter. Similarly, Excel showed us
how to manipulate numbers more accurately than any accounting sheet created with pencil
and paper. (Okay, I know there were some word processors before MS Word and spreadsheets
before MS Excel, but just go with me for a second.)...
Instead of compressing our data, we could encrypt it or
even do both. Encryption can easily be achieved using
the mcrypt extension which has been available in PHP
since PHP 3, but really only became powerful in PHP 4.
I really want to recommend that you read more about
cryptography before you start using it in your software.
It’s best to understand why you do something a certain
way than to just assume that it will be secure enough,
when following the instructions I give below.
OVER THE PAST 30 YEARS I’VE WRITTEN 18 BOOKS on various programming topics. You might wonder,
why so many…? Didn’t I get it right the fi rst time? Well, no, I didn’t…not really. When I wrote
my fi rst book more than 30 years ago, object-oriented programming (OOP) was obscure at best
and unknown to most. Like so many others, I had to go through the OOP learning process before
I could appreciate what OOP was all about. I have a feeling that there are a lot of people out there
who still feel that way.
Each time I teach a programming class, I learn new...