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Monthly Archives: February 2011

Creating multi column layouts in WordPress

Here at Sweet-Apple we’re frequently being asked by web design agencies in and around Bath to develop web sites for them on a freelance basis. This is a good thing. We like it. We’re also keen to take their Photoshop … Continue reading

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Mac OS X Server – for the ultra low price of free…

Amongst all the normal media frenzy that surrounds Apple announcing the ┬ánew “Sandy Bridge” MacBooks, something potentially much more revolutionary slipped out under the radar. No not Thunderbolt/ LightPeak! It’s the news that OS X Lion will include OS X … Continue reading

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Common security vulnerabilities in web applications

I’ve just got back from a round of client meetings, introducing myself to a number of web design agencies in Bath. During one of those meetings I was asked to take a look at a prototype site and comment on … Continue reading

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Deleting apps you’ve installed via the App Store in OS X

So those of you running OS X 10.6 have almost certainly looked at the App Store, probably downloaded a few things, some of which you’ll have decided are rubbish and want to delete. So I expect you’ll have looked for … Continue reading

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Sorting PHP arrays of objects by an object property

Much of the time when you are working on web applications, you’ll be working with arrays of data. And frequently those arrays (or Collections) will be populated with objects. And sometimes you’ll want to sort those arrays by an arbitrary … Continue reading

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