Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module W511. This topic is presented on public course Getting Public Sector Data on Line
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|1970||Plagarism - who is copying my pages?|
I came across a little banner like this one when I was doing some gentle browsing this morning, and (as I'm interested in this whole copying of content / plagiarism business!) followed the link. Turns out to be a rather nice little engine which you can give one of your own URLs and have return a page ...
|876||Making pages clearer - easy Disability Discrimination Act Compliance|
Welcome to the new, clearer, Horse's Mouth. You should spot that the text size is slightly larger, and contrasts better against the background. And if you're not keen on the new look, you are now empowered to change it to suit your own preference - simply click on the "customise" link on the right ...
|1001||.pdf files - upload via PHP, store in MySQL, retrieve|
There's a common requirement to manage binary data - upload from a user, store, bring back in a web page. And where you have a substantial number of pieces of data - a lot of .pdf documents, .jpg or .gif images, or even Word documents, you'll wish to store them in a database with the potential for keyword ...
|1187||Updating a page strictly every minute (PHP, Perl)|
For the Clock exercise that I mentioned in my last entry, I need to update the page once a minute. Exactly once a minute. At the start of the minute.
I'm using client pull, where the browser asks for the next page - so my basic request is:
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="60; url=/clock/now.php">
|528||Getting favicon to work - avoiding common pitfalls|
Ever wondered how to set up a "favicon" - one of those tiny logos that appear
in your "location" line of your visitor's browsers? Ever tried to do it and
found that - in spite of following all the instructions - it hasn't
worked. Yes, I've been there too - but you'll notice that "favicon"s are
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