This technical tip shows how developers can split worksheets of an Excel workbook to a separate workbook, TIFF, PNG or any supported image format in the cloud. This example allows you to split all or specific worksheets of a workbook file and save each worksheet as a new workbook, TIFF or any supported image format using Aspose.Cells for Cloud API in your applications.
This Snippet will check and see if if a user is logged in or not.
This script shows how to escape characters in php
This will force user authentication in the browser, it will display a popup box until the user enters a valid username and password into the box.
This will convert Bulletin Board Code into readable HTML, good for comments, forums, etc.
Build a table using a mysql query
if one visits for the first time, it says welcome. otherwise it gives the visit number and says when the user was on the site last time.
This is a simple registration script. Data including username, email, password. Simple way to check for errors using arrays and the count built in function. I hope you like it
This function will take an image and create a thumbnail.
Automatically adjust an images colors to remove too much red, green and/or blue
[url=https://github.com/asposeforcloud]Download Aspose.Words for Cloud SDKs[/url]. Words for Cloud supports simple mail merge and mail merge with regions. To execute mail merge, you need to upload a template to Aspose for Cloud or any supported third party storage and then send a POST request (passing XML data in the request body) to generate documents based on template and data.
I am currently working on my own content management system and decided I would release a little pre-installation checklist script that makes sure you have all the required functions enabled on your hosting environment and shows you what you currently have and what is required in the end. If you have all the requirements that the script requires, it shows a little button at the bottom to continue the installation, if not, an error. You can easily change the file you want to check writing to by editing $file It comes with some styling already and in a nice table. Enjoy and let me know how it is.
This will test for whether a word is a stopword. A.K.A. a word that is commonly found in sentences.
Copying or Moving Files and Child Files from Source Dir to Destination Dir
Need to people out if they have been inactive for too long? Do it with this piece of code.
Function that creates the options for a selection list of countries. Takes input of selected country and sets the option to selected. If nothing else, this should save others a bunch of typing and copy&paste.
Developers willing to send HTML email requires a lot of time creating, customizing and sending HTML emails because it needs to be well written in HTML and correctly using much needed inline CSS. Poorly formatted HTML emails are rejected by some mail clients. In order to solve this problem, I have prepared a PHP script that helps you send HTML email in minutes. Everything is ready-made and easy to customize quickly. For example, you can customize image title, alt tags, message body and everything much quicker and send the mail in minutes. Go through the script and customize it in case you need changes. Because HTML email is ready to go now!
Converts the NASA SRTM-Data in .hgt-Format to ASCII .csv in the Format lat;lon;ele for easier import into databases. All .hgt-files are expected to be in a subdirectory relative to the script named "hgt". Save as converthgt.php, then run in console / command line: php converthgt.php > srtm.csv This will produce a large csv-file from all the .hgt-files in the hgt-subdirectory. The data is grouped by filename with a two-line grouping header.
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Iím tired of typing the same stuff over and over. So I spend alot of time writing reusable code. No matter if itís just simple methods or abit more complex objects. Hereís the database object I just wrote. Itís versatile and it really doesnt restrict you to follow any special rules except what objects already restricts you to. You can decide for yourself if you want to complete the query statement or make prepared statement in a valid vsprintf() format.