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The following SQL code will recalculate comment counts for all nodes on your site.
update node_comment_statistics ncs set comment_count = (select count(*) from comment c where c.nid = ncs.nid) where 1=1
Promotional site for businesses, events and tourism in and around Greenwich Market and the surrounding area.
The site featured a category driven map showing locations of shops, cafes and other places of interest.
Over the weekend I made this site for my girlfriends business, Fish Pedicure in Dorset
Stockist finder for Armour Autos, one of Europe's leading manufacturers and distributors of in-vehicle products and services
If you're reading this, you're probably wanting to change the collation of your mysql database to utf8_general_ci in order to support non-English characters.
Since everyone else is doing it, just for once I thought I would jump on the bandwagon and make my top web technology predictions for 2011.
I am very pleased to announce the launch of an experimental html5 twitter client called TweetRep.
In my first article about .NET vs PHP performance I reported some surprising results.
I've spent a great many years developing quite large scale websites using Microsoft ASP and ASP.NET based content management systems. In the last couple of years I've also built some sites with PHP based CMSs.
In terms of efficiency, I've calculated the efficiency of various forms of transport in terms of their Kilo Joules per mile <- Yes, I was bored :)