Sending (or piping) emails to a php script would allows a whole world of fun. I had a spare 30 minutes the other night so I sat down, read a few blog posts and forums and set up emails to pipe to a php script.
I was pulling my hair out this morning because although a css file I was loading was offering it’s contents immediately, the file didn’t complete loading to the browser for another 10+ seconds on each refresh.
I have seen loads of ways of looping though GET, POST and COOKIE and stripping slashes, but I finally think I found one I am happy with.
The benefits it offers include…
I’m sick of forgetting where to find my local development files so here is a quick breakdown. It includes hosts file, httpd.conf and php.ini
There are several solutions to making a webpage automatically refresh every few minutes.