After discovering a wonderful web framework called Foundation I decided to use it to upgrade my website.
After a couple hours of work I completed the first version.
And a short while later I fully succeeded.
And the result can now be seen on the website.
Now that I discovered Foundation I definitely want to use it in future web projects.
So if you are an Web Developer and you’re designing skills aren’t the best like mine than Foundation is the way to go.
A few days ago I get a Email from Google saying that my website was blocked from the search results because of some malicious code.
First I though it was sitting in the comments so I deleted a lot of comments (because they were not normal looking).
But when I discovered the site was still blocked I started searching in the code and I founded some weird looking IFRAMEs.
And after searching deeper and deeper I discovered they were sitting in the MySQL database. How they came there I sill don’t know, but my best guess is a malicious WordPress plugin.
After deleting them out of the database the problem was gone. Now I hope they will not come back but now I know where to look.
Thanks for reading,
Sometimes when you code and you are thinking “What if?”. And today I had that question myself “What if you used Radio Buttons for a LED wall”.
And this is the answer. (Watch out: high CPU usage).
Because modern browsers are not meant for very high performance usages the browser starts to lag.
So using RadioButtonWalls on websites is not going to be the best idea at this point. But maybe trough another way it is.
Ps. You are free to use the code and to modify it without my permission (Because the web should be free and open).
A long time ago I discovered a website called http://html-ipsum.com. Immediately I started searching for a PHP version but I couldn’t find it. So I started developing on the PHP version which was going to call PHPIpsum. But the passion for creating a PHP version started to go away, so I stopped with it.
And today (August 12, 2011) because of some event I rediscovered it again. And I started working on PHPIpsum again. And after 2 or 3 hours of coding I completed PHPIpsum.
You can visit it under the domain http://phpipsum.juje007.be.
A domain name will maybe come depending on the traffic.