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Coldfusion and jQuery's Datatables
Coldfusion and jQuery's Datatables

Here is a quick guide on how you can use Coldfusion to populate jQuery's datatables

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14 April 2013
A quick guide to Advertising on facebook
A quick guide to Advertising on facebook

Creating an ad in facebook to drive traffic to your facebook pages or your website is a very easy process and thanks to the 'Choose Your Audience' section your can get crazy accurate when specifying an target market.

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Keeping your friends and clients seperate in Facebook
Keeping your friends and clients seperate in Facebook

In facebook you can create custom lists in order to seperate the content your friends and your clients see

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08 April 2013
Starting up as a freelancer
Starting up as a freelancer

I know it's going to be demanding and i'm not yet sure if i've got the self-discipline to cope, but i've decided it's time to give this whole freelancing lark a go.

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03 April 2013
Mura - Resetting User Passwords
Mura - Resetting User Passwords

This might be a bug, or it might be a feature. I'm not sure yet but Mura CMS keeps resetting users passwords when they update their details.

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06 October 2011
Order of Precedence in Coldfusion Scopes
Order of Precedence in Coldfusion Scopes

If you do not specify the scope of variables when coding, according to the docs, CF will search for it in the following order (this is called the order of precedence):

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30 September 2011
Using Jquery's index() to search for a given element
Using Jquery's index() to search for a given element

Using the jquery index() function to get the position of the passed element relative to the original collection.

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Tags: jquery
27 September 2011
Case Sensitive Email Address in Coldfusion using CFInput
Case Sensitive Email Address in Coldfusion using CFInput

This blog post shows how to get around the case sensitive CFInput issues when validating an email address

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Tags: Coldfusion, CFInput, Validation, Case Sensitive
23 September 2011
Implementing rel=”author” to inhance your Google SERP's
Implementing rel=”author” to inhance your Google SERP's

Essentially there are three steps involved in implementing rel=”author”. Read this blog post to find out what they are.

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Tags: rel=author, google, rel=me
15 September 2011
Saving an Excel Spreadsheet as a Pipe-Delimited File
Saving an Excel Spreadsheet as a Pipe-Delimited File

I spent at least twenty minutes today trying to save an Excel Spreadsheet and a pipe-delimited CSV file. Every setting was tested but nothing I could find would save the damn spreadsheet as a pipe-delimited CSV file.

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Tags: Excel Spreadsheet, CSV