So you've given up waiting for iTunes to do a full sync of your phone and bought yourself an Android phone. Bringing over your email and contacts is a doddle because you're using Gmail, right?
Text messages however are a little trickier.
First you'll need to do an iPhone backup (if you haven't done so recently), then find the file 3d0d7e5fb2ce288813306e4d4636395e047a3d28 with the extension .mdbackup or .mddata in your iTunes backup folder.
This file is a SQLite database, and needs to be converted to XML format and here's the script to do it:
I was recently working on a decision engine for a quiz site (KwizMi.com) . The quizzes allow you to define a table of questions and answers, and users playing the quizzes have to try and guess all the answers in a given period of time.
The problem I stumbled upon is best illustrated by the following example:
Question: Which "GP" plays at centre-back for Barcelona?
Many sites like to apply distinct styling to their external links to let users know they will leave the site if they click on them. Wikipedia is a good example of this, using a blue box-arrow icon applied as a background image to links with the "external" class.
A slight more colourful approach would be to use the target website's favicon. This not only makes for an arguably more visually appealing design, but in certain circumstances, allows users to quickly see to which domain a link will probably take them:
External links styled with an icon (left) and with the target site's favicon (right)
There are many scripts available for rendering image headers or buttons on the server to ensure the correct font is displayed to the user. Typically these take at least two parameters: the text to be rendered, and the font to render them in.
Problems can occur (especially with multi-lingual sites) when the text to be rendered contains characters not available in the first choice font (such as Japanese or Russian text). Here is one solution:
Google ads are an easy way to monetize your site, but their implementation leaves a lot to be desired. To insert a Google ad block on a page one has to insert two script blocks: one to set the adverts parameters, and one to load the external Google script.