FatFolderDesigner


Member since 11/22/2010

Name: Phillip Gooch

Location: Seattle, WA

Website: www.fatfolderdesign.com

Website Programmer/Designer working on PHP/JavaScript. I also have a little blog where I talk about what web-things I\'ve programmed that week, and dislike typing bios.

Also, The languages feature of the profile page does not work in chrome as of version 13.0.782.112, I could fix that, and theres an escaping slash problem in the bio field, I could fix that too.

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These two snippets together, the first in the .htaccess file, and the second in your PHP create an elegantly simple solution to arbitrary URLs with php. For a breakdown and example check out the link. Don't want to follow the link, how about the q...
0 162 posted 8 years ago by FatFolderDesigner
Navigating the DOM in jQuery is incredibly simple and thats to phpQuery you can do the same in php. Below are some examples of how it's used, the key change bing that instead of $() you use pq(), and instead of a . you used ->. Theres alot more detai...
0 167 posted 8 years ago by FatFolderDesigner
Just a short little script that takes a mysql query and turns it into a csv file that downloads automatically. If your interested in the details you can hit up the link.
0 169 posted 9 years ago by FatFolderDesigner
Instead of requiring the loop.php file in your custom themes you can use there two functions, placed in your functions.php file to not only automatically include it, but make a dead simple to filter sections out on a page by page basis negating the n...
0 109 posted 9 years ago by FatFolderDesigner
Traditionally when you have lost lists of dat you want to alternate rows for usability. The first thing everybody makes to fix this is a simple if statement loop, but this adds a number of lines and is hardly a clean solution. Additionally it require...
0 145 posted 9 years ago by FatFolderDesigner
Uploading multiple files at once used to be strictly in the realm of flash or required javascript to crate multiple upload forms as needed. The first method has the problems with the general incompatibility of flash. The second, well, it's a very low...
0 200 posted 9 years ago by FatFolderDesigner
After an attempt to more a live site to a personal server for further work I ran across the problem of a mix of absolut and relative links making the local copy not work. Not wanting to manually have to change every single absolute to a relative (bec...
0 145 posted 9 years ago by FatFolderDesigner
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