So tweetphoto.com plans to dominate the twitter photo upload market by copying twitpic.com and adding very little to set it apart… except for the built-in tracking that reveals on the front page what I really think about day and night… Continue reading “Thanks to TweetPhoto.com Everyone Knows Im a Pervert”
So far jEdit is proving to be a great editor (FTP/SFTP support is great) but after tweaking it to my liking (BufferTabs plugin, fonts, etc.) I noticed that scrolling the main text area had become very slow. I didn’t want to just blame Java so I looked it up and found the cause. Continue reading “Fix Slow Scrolling in jEdit”
I feel that this should be brought to the attention of FileZilla users out there even though it may be a huge concern. (Lots of apps do this but potentially giving up FTP access info to a bunch of servers you are responsible for is something to be avoided). Jump to the Important Stuff
I’ve always had some trouble with the syntax for accessing Nested Arrays and their Keys in PHP so I wanted to make note of this.
Recently using osCommerce I had a customer who wished to have all the products’ names in uppercase but they had been entered in mixed case. After having some trouble finding a simple answer through Google, I pieced together this simple query that can also be adapted to other situations.
The below is a MySQL query to update all of the products’ names in an osCommerce catalog to uppercase – you can copy this into phpMyAdmin.
UPDATE products_description SET `products_name` = UPPER( `products_name` )
UPDATE table_name SET `column_name` = UPPER( `column_name` )