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1059 - Three sets of twins
I've heard it said that a hotel sets up a bedroom as a single if there isn't room for a double bed in the room, and as a double if there isn't room for twin beds. But our doubles aren't like that - we provide mostly double room since people, even on their own, usually LIKE a double bed. But we c ....

1058 - PHP Regular expression to extrtact link and text
How many special characters can you realistically use in a regular expression without a single space, letter or digit? Here's one I wrote yesterday. eregi('href="([^"]+)"[^>]*>([^<]+)',$line,$parts); Far fetched example? No - it's part of a link checker that picks out a URL and the text tha ....

1057 - Selling by phone and Skype - our policy
Ever been "bugged" by sales calls ...as we enter the new business arena of being a hotel as well as a trtaining company, we're now being subjected to twice the number of these calls, and people are starting to sell via Skype too. So ... for our staff ... and myself ... here's a policy statement: I ....

1056 - Another frantic posting!
Are you wondering where I've been for 48 hours? Our busy life has been busier than normal! A Sunday brunch with people whom I have the greatest respect for in the travel and transport arena, a Monday Opening event at Well House Manor with local businesses, the Mayor, the district council leader, ....

1055 - Above the fold
Do you want to "placement" on web pages. Of course you do, but top isn't always a practical and acheived goal. But if you're looking to reach people from search / directory pages you really do want to be above the fold. What do I mean? I mean that you want people to see your offering on the firs ....

1054 - UK legal requirements for your commercial web site
Running a commercial web site from a UK base? You need to be aware of changes to the UK's e-commerce regulations that were introduced at the end of last December without much publicity. Your web site now needs to provide: * Name of provider * Email address at which you can be contacted * Regis ....

1053 - Sorting people by name in PHP
Our petition for a reasonable train service is going great guns - over 1000 signed up in just over a week, amongst them significant players such as MPs, MEPs .... but, my goodness, the list as presented by the web site is hard to look through. So I've grabbed a copy of the list and sorted it - see ....

1052 - Learning to write secure, maintainable PHP
We're running a PHP course this week, and as ever I went around the room on the first day checking with the delegates what their "hot points" were, noting them on a board to the side to ensure that all the points ARE covered. Security and maintainabily came up. And came up strong. Duly noted on th ....

1051 - Too busy to blog it - but it's great (mostly)
I try to write a blog entry every day - indeed, I feel an irrational guilt if I don't put something up by midnight and it takes an exceptional day for me to miss out completely - but that happened yesterday. So perhaps this is goin to turn into another of those "geeze look at my busy day posts". St ....

1050 - The HTML++ Metalanguage
What's the difference between a language and a metalanguage? A language is a single specification - a way of describing a series of actions or how some particular data is handled. Whereas a metalanguage is a way of specifying a series of languages to a particular pattern. An example? HTML is a la ....

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