Regular expressions are a very useful tool for developers. They allow to find, identify or replace text, words or any kind of characters.
Once again, this can be very powerful used along with c URL.
//Logs: Apache web server //Successful hits to HTML files only.
#user agent)[^"]*)"$' //Logs: Apache web server //404 errors only '^((?
I’ve always really liked popups for comments, even though Mark and Mark both seem less than fond of anything opening in a new window of any size.
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Add to your main template, somewhere between When I saw back in July that pb added Track Back to onfocus.com’s comment system, I just thought that it was an interesting reuse of existing code.
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