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WebReferece.com:
Building a Weblog Part 2
February 19, 2007 @ 11:34:00

WebReference.com is back today with part two of their "Building a Weblog" series picking up where the previous part left off.

They start with adding a comments summary to the page, giving the user a view of the previous comment submitted by other users. They include a brief look at anchor tags before moving into the code to display some of the previous blog entries. Next up is all about getting more specific - creating the code to view each of the specific blog entries.

Of course, what is an entry without its comments, so they include the code to integrate that into the page as well. Finally, they give the user a way to talk back about the content they're reading by adding a simple comments form to each of the posts' pages.

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John Mertic's Blog:
Windows Installer for PHP 5.2.0RC3
September 07, 2006 @ 06:58:37

John Mertic has a quick note on his blog about the latest release candidate for the Windows PHP installer (PHP5.2.0RC3) and some issues they've been having.

Rebuilt the installer for 5.2.0RC3. Edin was having problems building it so I'm going to do it and upload it; hopefully we can resolve the issue.

It's also noted that if you see issues with using the installer, try removing the previous PHP installation before running it again.

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