This is an in-depth guide to installing LAMPP on Linux Mint. LAMPP, the linux version of XAMPP, is a popular open source, cross platform web server software that includes Apache, MYSQL, PHP and Perl. This software can be installed locally on your PC to aid with the development of websites that use the server side scripting language PHP, like WordPress themes for example. This tutorial will help install the software, create and setup shortcut within the menu editor and transferring files with proFTP. This tutorial should also work in Ubuntu too, so lets get started.
This is the first part in a series of posts that shows some very useful tools and resources for the web. In this part we feature colour tools, cheat sheets and bookmarklets.
Here is a nice list of web sites that provide free stock images, icons and web graphics. Feel free to comment on any you think I have missed. Enjoy!
Everybody has heard of open source and may have used popular software such as Firefox, Thunderbird, Libre office, Eclipse, Filezilla, GIMP and Audacity. Here are some gems that you may or may not heard of that do a good job for free.
WP_Edublog WordPress Theme is for release. It is a very simple minimalistic design which is suitable for a learning environment such a school. It has been tested with WordPress 2.7 upwards. Latest Version is 1.4.1 which was released on 22nd September 09.
Most people have heard the word Linux mentioned from time to time over the web. For those of you that haven’t it is an alternative operating system. Linux was created by Linus Torvalds in the early 90′s and over the years Linux has become more popular as it has become simpler to use. Linux comes in various distributions to suit a variety of different needs.The top ten major distributions according to DistroWatch are