Ever ran into the lovely "Unresponsive script" error in your browser? This comes from several issues.
- The persons running out of memory on their machine and the browser is taking longer than expect.
- The script that was created is doing to much and needs to be broken up.
In this article I will explain how to get around this and provide a method I developed for a recent project I am working on for ShoreGroup.
DHCP Reservations is saving an IP address that goes along with a Mac Address. Making the device have a static IP on your network. This can be done by using your Router and going under a section by the heading "DHCP Reservation." Mine happened to look like:
It was also on the first page loaded up on my routers configuration page. I have a Cisco E3000 router.
My issue lately has been I use my local network for all sorts of things.
- Web Server
- Running a VM of a product I work on for Shore Group.
- Streaming Video
- And so on!
I have a total of 3 machines running to work and do at lease 3-4 of the above. My Mac Mini does basically all of that above. It has a VirtualBox running Ubuntu for the product I am working on for ShoreGroup that has its own IP address. This needing to be available to the outside world for testing. (Its not running on port 80!!!) I also use an additional two labtops to develop on and rsync between the two often.
Something I have been saying for a long time now is how the Web World is a guessing game. The same thing can be applied to many other occupations. Facebook, Twitter, and so many other "start ups" that have succeeded in becoming a house hold name in the beginning had no idea if they would be viral.
Facebook had a humble beginning that lead to a insanely addicting social network that allows you to connect with everyone you know and their trash cans. Twitter provides us with a 140 characters or less thoughts. Which is nice as Facebook friends to give us WAY to many details about their lives.
Suddenly with these two start ups they created a new fad. Status updates!
What does this all mean? Basically they chimed in on what they thought to be a "hole" in the market. This hole they filled or rather created.
Ever had issues with putting HTML inside of HTML text boxes? This can be a pain as often times you will find different browsers will read it fine, but then some will break it.
In PHP there is a wonderful function called "htmlentities."
PHP Stripping Certain Characters.Remove everything but Alphanumeric, spaces, dashes, and underscores.HTML | PHP | Tutorials
Filtering inputs is often a huge issue when figuring out which method is best. Typicallly its a matter of what exactly are your needs. Asking these few questions can resolve the problem.
- Is the input needing more than letters a-z and 0-9?
- Does the input need to be able to allow some tags but not others?
- Can you filter everything out and not worry about what it returns?
- Can you convert html characters to their entities so it still displays properly?
- Manage Multiple Sites in one.
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