PHP randomise a variable

If you want to randomise a PHP variable the following code is a great example: $vars = [‘Apple’, ‘Orange’, ‘Melon’, ‘Lemon’, ‘Lime’]; $random = $vars[mt_rand(0, count($vars) – 1)]; echo $random;…

PHP $_GET example

PHP GET sends data or a value through the URL, obviously not good or used for passwords but it is good to shape that URL’s page contents. Do note that…

KVM or OVZ? The differences

KVM and OVZ are types of virtulisation with servers. Server hosting companies have what is called dedicated servers, very powerfull machines. These dedicated servers are split up into VPS’s which…

What is SSL?

SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer. It is a security measure for encrypting the link between the web server and the browser. Making the data passed through this link encrypted…

The lowdown on Google fonts

Google fonts is an extremely useful resource for web developers. It offers 843 font families that can easily be used on a web page. Making styling and theming a website…