If you’re constantly logging into your server via SSH, I hope you’re logging in with RSA keys and SSH aliases to save your hands from unnecessary keystrokes. Follow these steps to learn to have SSH auto login for you.
LeadPages is a great service for building landing pages and email opt-ins but it can be tricky to get their existing landing pages exactly how you want them.
The LeadPages editor works well for editing all the main elements but sometimes you want to style something a bit different or hide a specific element. This is where their editor falls short.
I was assigned with the task to auto post to my work’s fan page from one of our content sytems. At first, I thought it to be a fairly trivial thing and wouldn’t take me that long but boy was I wrong. I started off by trying a bunch of the existing examples out there already that use curl to mimic someone logging in as they normally would, use regex to match the form variables and submit a status update using curl with the form variables. Facebook didn’t like this and promptly locked my account down for unauthorized access.
Next I moved on to the Facebook API.
Here is a really good tip for using MySQL SUM IF functions if you need to do a bunch of different counts or sums on the same data set based off some conditional statements.