I want to write a terms of service people will read (even if it has to be a summarized version)
Do you think people will read 1 sentence? 2? 3?
When will they lose interest?
I ask if you're shitting me because it's just another scripting language.
Is there any hand it has over PHP?
You can't be brief with a tos because it's a contract between you and the user and it has to explain EVERY little detail. All their details are yours? You have to define what constitutes as details and other tid bits otherwise it doesn't have a legal holding.
I'm trying to retrieve meta tags from a url using PHP, apparentlyisn't part of PHP'sCode:<title>...</title>. I know I can use file_get_contents() however I do not want to load an en entire external page just to get a title.Code:get_meta_tags()
As a question of my own: Which language would you recommend to use instead of PHP if I love PHP's syntax?
I personally don't find anything else wrong with it than the non-consistent function parameters.
Jesus just use whatever you're comfortable with. Fuck everybody else, if you'll need or want another language, you'll learn it.
But really, as long as you're fine and not limited by a language, I do not find a reason to change.
If you spend any real time with something like Ruby, and actually take the time to get to learn the language to the point where you understand the benefits you won't really want to go bac to PHP. I don't see why so many people seem so resistant to expand their knowledge.
Sounds like a stupid reason, to be honest, but that's pretty much it.
You can use curly braces in ruby if you want to
I've learnt some ruby; I can't really see huge advantages over php (nor the other way, for that matter), so I chose to stick with php as my main development language (though I haven't stopped ruby entirely, but if anything it's out of interest rather than any planned usage).
If I make a small website that works like a blog but it will be used for a short time, What should I do? Learn PHP and make a small blogger engine in it, or can I just go with plain HTML?
Basically, a blogger engine would allow me to post new things on the website without the need to open the editor. However Is this effort a long-term thing, or just write new <div>s for new posts? If there are good, plain blogger engine in PHP, or a tutorial, which do you recommed?
Don't expect us to teach you these things either. You will someday just understand how to use PHP as you learn from those simple silly login tutorials (Never use them they're insecure too)
but it's also really annoying when people hate something but just don't know why they hate it.
i.e. Java sucks... why? IDKKKKKKKKKKKKK THEY ARE SLOWWWW
So when I add the functioning PHP source query class to this document it pushes things down and makes me go through a fuckton of CSS hooha in order to get anything in the right place... and that sucks.
Any way to prevent this?
here is the HTML only version
No secrets, all source is there.
On the other hand, I dislike Python's, Lua's and many others' syntaxes (although Python has a great way of keeping indentations consistent).
I also like PHP's syntax and yes, I do know "better" (Java, Python, C#), but I still find PHP's syntax just as good as any other language.
Seriously turb, I understood your infantility a year ago or two, but seriously dude, it's time for you to grow up and stop being a kid..