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Getting real client IP address in PHP

Many times we need the visitor’s ipaddress for validation, security, spam prevention, etc. Getting the Visitor’s ipaddress is very easy in PHP. The simplest way to get the visitor’s/client’s ipaddress is using the $_SERVER[‘REMOTE_ADDR’] or $_SERVER[‘REMOTE_HOST’] variables. The variable in the $_SERVER array are created by the web server (like apache) and we can use …

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Cachebuster code in JavaScript

The JavaScript, CSS and other files used in a website are often cached by the browser. Sometimes we might want the browser to always fetch the file from the server instead of from the cache. To do this we can use a cachebuster code to make the browser think that every time it is fetching …

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Creating multiple virtual hosts/websites in Wampserver

To create multiple websites, it would be helpful to have each website setup on the local computer. With Wampserver (or just Apache) we can easily configure multiple websites. Following are the steps to create multiple websites using Apache’s configuration. This uses Apache’s “Named Virtual Hosts” configuration. I have tested these steps on Wampserver 2.1 running …

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Voting Functionality in a website

In this post I will give the step by step explanation of how we can add Voting Functionality to a website. At the end of this article we will have a working sample voting application. The source code for the sample voting application can be downloaded from here. We will be using PHP, MySQL, jQuery, …

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