Archive for posts tagged with “php”
This plugin allows you to create internal
<a> links within your content that will not break when things get renamed or moved. While there are similar plugins available, they do not offer important SEO options.
You can add any HTML attribute to your link as long as it’s prefixed with “attr_”. And because it supports attributes that may not currently exist, it is future proof. Read more
If you’re wondering which of these two popular techniques for removing array indexes is fastest, this should be of some help. Read more
When looping through an array in reverse and wondering which was faster while finding nothing on Google, I put this benchmark together. Read more
I was writing some code that generated a string from an array and came across a pretty rare situation where I could either get the length of that array or the length of the assembled string. Wondering which was faster and finding nothing on Google, I put this benchmark together. Read more
I couldn’t find a simple, straight-forward example of this stuff. Facebook’s documentation
isn’t wasn’t extremely clear either. Read more
The title says it all. So, if you were to use this library on a website like http://example.com/test/testing/, you would get results like these: Read more
Combining HTML “minification” with cache and HTTP compression will cut down your bandwidth and ensure near-immediate content delivery while increasing your Google rankings.
This plugin will compress your HTML by shortening URLs and removing standard comments and white space; including new lines, carriage returns, tabs and excess spaces. Most importantly, by ignoring
<script> and Explorer® conditional comment tags, presentation will not be affected. Read more