Category: website

Issue time09:10:40, by nico1603 views
Categories: website, Links

Link: http://designresourcebox.com/all-the-cheat-sheets-an-up-to-date-web-designer-needs-css3-html5-and-jquery/

All The Cheat Sheets An Up To Date Web Designer Needs: CSS3, HTML5 and jQuery

Issue time12:02:24, by nico2285 views
Categories: Tips and Tricks, website, Links

Link: http://b2evo.astonishme.co.uk/

this site uses a very cool skin !

It has some nice plugins too !

Issue time20:06:16, by nico1123 views
Categories: Tips and Tricks, website

Mysql backup without phpMyAdmin
PHPMyAdmin can't handle large databases. In that case straight mysql code will help.
1. Change your directory to the directory you want to dump things to:
user@linux:~> cd files/blog
2. Use mysqldump (man mysqldump is available):
user@linux:~/files/blog> mysqldump --add-drop-table -h mysqlhostserver
-u mysqlusername -p databasename (tablename tablename tablename) | bzip2
-c > blog.bak.sql.bz2

Enter password: (enter your mysql password)
user@linux~/files/blog>
Example:
mysqldump --add-drop-table -h db01.example.net -u dbocodex -p dbwp | bzip2 -c > blog.bak.sql.bz2

Enter password: my-password
user@linux~/files/blog>

The bzip2 -c after the pipe | means the backup is compressed on the fly.

Tags: mysql