Fang Talks

Coding with your clogs on.
31 01 12

11 Questions Tag

Shit. Dees tagged me. I’m now obliged to go through a huge list of wishywashy questions. But let’s start where we should, copy-pasting the Tag Rules here (rough translations, but they’ll have to do).

  1. Put the rules of this Tag on your blog.
  2. Everyone tagged should tell 11 things about themselves, answer the 11 questions asked by the person who tagged you, tag 11 other people and ask them 11 different questions.
  3. Let the people whom you tagged know you’ve done so.
  4. Don’t tag anyone who’s been tagged before.
  5. Really do tag 11 others, and don’t go all “if you want to, take this tag”.

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I can’t believe I’m redoing the two heaviest fucking tests of last test week. Well actually I can because those subjects are so damn hard, but you get the idea.

Kind of ballsed up biology and (oh fucking god) chemistry, so I’ll be redoing those. Yes, we can redo test. No, it isn’t without limit. Still have my total of four left for this year, and only one more test week coming up, so might as well use two of ’em right now, since that’s the max you’re allowed to use at a time.

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Remember the rant on my hosting I made in yesterdays post? Turns out I was trying to find a way to crack open a huge hole in security.

Luckily I didn’t get that far, and quickly found out what I was doing wrong. I used full URLs, which wasn’t necessary. I might as well have put in and it would’ve included Googles page on my webpage. Durrrrp.

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(Yes, Blogaversary Week is over. Sorry guys, but a bit of patience and quite a bit of effort from my side, and surprises will happen!)

I’m going to use PHP to manage the aforementioned guides on the guides subsite, and I’m wanting to use the include() function. Sadly, the php.ini file on the server my site is hosted on is set to “off”, so I can’t include any content from documents elsewhere on my server.
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Okay okay WHOA. Overwhelming response to yesterday’s post. Looks like a lot of you really want to learn how to perform magycks and other cool internet stuff.

I may just get my write on and do a bit more in-depth guide-to-the-basics than I intended to. But before any writing happens I need to figure out the filesystem though. I don’t want to create tons of different HTML pages for every single chapter of every guide, so I’ll have it handled by PHP. I’ve got an idea on how to do that, but still rather tricky. Not that well-versed in PHP anyway, so there’s my first problem.

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