There are ways to send a POST request to a page, between the more usual HTML submit a form
Assuming that you want to send information to another page, you would do the following:
<form name='ViniciusTest' method='POST' action='make_action.php'>
<input type='hidden' name='field1'
As we saw in the last article TTY: What is? What's the use? . If you think you do not need as many TTY as those available by default in your environment. I agree, and it affects a little performance of your linux .. but rather it. Certainly for those who need the full potential of a machine that
Very simple, TTY is an abbreviation for teletypewriter. Do not understand? You for sure have used .. If you use linux .. if you do not close that uses your internet explorer .. and look for a window to play. If you use MAC makeup and go for this PC formats. Jokes aside, TTY is when you use the shortcut
One more tip for those who are starting in php , continuing the previous tutorial. Let us understand how to sweep a multidimensional array with php
It is much simpler than in other languages. Which you would have to put two is like talking about ... In php you have the foreach , which scans
I write this post over to have a quick access to this tutorial than to promote the blog.
For Several times this has happened to me, always install a new server, or personal machine. I install mysql , and time to connect:
Can not connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/mysql/mysql.sock'
[caption id="attachment_327" align="alignleft" width="250"] Instalando lighttpd[/caption]
There is always a doubt, and a great discussion about the best web server . I think it's complete nonsense .. all (those who pay) always have an application which does well.
I own a great tendency to apply
[caption id="attachment_332" align="alignleft" width="300"] lighttpd pagina padrao[/caption]
To enable php on lighttpd, is very simple.
The facility is geared to ubuntu -. http://ubuntu.com , but in other distributions, is basically the same thing
We use the fastcgi- http://www.fastcgi.com/
Configuring Zend Framework 2 with lighttpd
As a basis we use the ubuntu , but serves to any distribution, just know locate the configuration file lighttpd (lighttpd.conf)
In ubuntu the file is located in / etc / lighttpd in other distributions.
There are several ways of update date and time in linux , among which the simplest are:
Easier however, there is the need to have internet connection, and ntpdate installed.
If you do not have ntpdate installed you can install from source: http://www.ntp.org/downloads.html ,