How To Automatically Remove error_log Files

Apache has great logging features, but if you’re using shared hosting, then sometimes removing error_log files might not be very simple. Poking around the Internet did lead me to Lester’s site, where he has generously created and offered an error_log file cleaning script for free. Grab that script here. Just upload that script to your web server, run it, and any error_log file that it finds (it searches downwards recursively), it will delete. So if you’re looking for a way

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How To Remap Keyboard Keys In Windows (Such as the with Apple Keyboard)

I use the Apple bluetooth wireless keyboard, but I use it with my Windows computer, not a Mac. I love it though, and I think it’s the best bluetooth keyboard around – the problem is, while most keys generally work fine, certain keys are missing. For instance, on the Apple keyboard, the command key is the Windows key by default, so that’s convenient. However, I don’t have the Home and End keys, which make text-editing cumbersome. Furthermore, I have no

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How To Activate/Install GD Library In WAMP Under Windows

Some projects require activation of the GD library, and this is especially true when you have to do image manipulation with your PHP script. If you’re using WAMP (Windows Apache MySQL PHP) in Windows, then good news: WAMP comes with GD library, just that it’s not activated by default. To activate the GD library, go to your WAMP’s PHP.ini file, which can be found by clicking on the WAMP icon in your system tray. Go to “Config files”, and you’ll

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