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PHP Picture Index 1.3.0b

1.3.0 is finally here, well at least the beta version. The only thing missing from this release is the admin section (meaning you’ll have to edit the settings.php file to customize). I released it this way because I wanted to release a copy of PHPPI that actually works with windows based web servers (tested with WAMP).

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How to get Netflix in Australia

How to get Netflix in Australia

If you’re like me and you live in Australia (or any other country that cannot access Netflix) but would like to access Netflix then read on as i’ll explain how you can, even on multiple devices.

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Quick Tips

CSS: On hover change another element’s style

Today’s Quick Tip has to do with being able to change the style of an element on the page when you hover over a different element. The following example is going to show how to display a title bar on hover of a thumbnail.

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PHP Picture Index

PHP Picture Index is a free, quick to install, image gallery script. PHPPI does not require any databases, all information is retrieved from the files/folders themselves. PHPPI was designed this way to eliminate logging into admin pages to upload images, categorise, etc.

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Tech Stories

Blackout and QNAP

Had a blackout and now cannot access any SAMBA shares on the QNAP. Read on to find out how I solved the problem and also how to increase the speed of RAID rebuilds on a QNAP.

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Introduction

So first off I should probably introduce myself. My name’s Brendan and I work during the day as a Computer Technician. Generally at night or on the weekends I work on web related projects or play around with technology.

I started this blog as a way to help anyone I can with anything web or technology related, i’ll be posting about issues i’ve come across and how i’ve solved them as well as tips and tricks that I come by. I’ll also use this blog to post about any projects that i’m working on, there may even be some gaming related posts thrown in as well.

That’s pretty much the gist of it, thanks for dropping by and I hope that my future posts will be of use to you.