In this quick post, I will tell you how to return the first character of a string in PHP.
If you are looking to convert your CSS to on-page (or “Inline”) CSS for use in email campaigns, I will tell you how I did it. The Problem: Effective HTML in Emails Most websites now-a-days use CSS to style their web pages and, in doing so, they typically call an external style.css file. Ideally, you could then structure all of … Read More
This is a quick technical post on how to use PHP to capture a referring URL and truncate it to a domain name. In other words, we want to determine the exact domain name from which our visitors arrived. The reasons for doing this are numerous. Many use this referring information for statistical analysis while others use it to perform … Read More
If you use a PageRank tool to check the Google PageRank of your pages and the PageRank of other pages, you may be anxiously typing into Google right now, “Google PageRank Disappeared“.
In this quick technical solution post, I will tell you how to query a date from a datetime field in PHP.
In this quick tech solution post, I will tell you how to get the PHP date 7 days ago, one week ago, or whenever you want.
In this post, I will tell you how to quickly find the HTML color code of an image or any part of your web page.
In this post, I am going to tell you how to do a PHP string split. While there use to be a PHP command called “PHP split“, it is no longer being supported so we will teach you how to do a PHP string split using the PHP explode command.
In this post, I will show you how to delete the first character in a string in PHP.