author: Krasimir Tsonev

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How to display php errors when display_errors is set to off

I successfully finished an interactive project for one of my clients. We did a great job and finally I had to install the system on their server. I received the FTP and MySQL information from their IT team, but when I uploaded all my files the site didn't work at the first time. The server didn't show any errors and I wasn't able to find out the problem. more

checkPolicyFile flag was not set

Sometimes the uploading of crossdomain.xml file is not enough to get the things working. more

CSS: selecting a specific child

The selectors are one of the most powerful features in CSS. Sometimes they can save you a lot of additional work. In this article I'll show you how to set the style of a specific child in a list of elements. more

CSS: transition from pixels to auto

As you may know I just updated my web site. There are five columns which nicely slide up and down on a lower resolution. In other words, accordion-like navigation. Initially I made this effect with JavaScript. But there was a bug and I decided to use pure CSS. I wanted to define everything in CSS classes which to add or remove. The idea wasn't bad except the fact that every column contains dynamic content and I wasn't able to set the exact height when the column is slided down. more

Git under windows (console mode)

I'm a Windows user. I also have a virtual machine with Ubuntu installed and coding there from time to time. I use Git a lot and in general I prefer console mode over the GUI. Under Unix everything works just great, but Windows's command prompt requires more efforts from our side. However I found some helpful tips, which could make your life easier. more