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PGECET 2011 OU Results

Posted: July 3, 2011 in Uncategorized

FOR PGECET 2011 RESULTS please click below link



Faruq Codes: Implement Start Number and End Number of the Search Results in Drupal.

Zend Framework Study Guide

Posted: May 30, 2011 in Uncategorized

The Zend Framework Certification is designed to measure your expertise in both understanding the concepts, rules and code behind the framework.

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Zend Framework Study Guide for Beginners


Here is the Link for downloading the PGECET 2011 examination Hall tickets Online..


Now we can send SMS to our mobile numbers for free. Google has introduced service called Google SMS Channels. Using this service you can subscribe to news alerts, blog updates and other kinds of information like horoscopes, jokes, stocks or even cricket scores via SMS text messages.

Here  you can Subscribe to Service.

For more information Click Here.


Here are the 28 new features coming with HTML5.Presently Chrome, IE9 and Firefox4 supporting HTML5.

  • New Doctype
  • The Figure Element
  • Redefined
  • No More Types for Scripts and Links
  • To Quote or Not to Quote.
  • Make your Content Editable
  • Email Inputs
  • Placeholders
  • Local Storage
  • The Semantic Header and Footer
  • More HTML5 Form Features
  • Internet Explorer and HTML5
  • hgroup
  • Required Attribute
  • Autofocus Attribute
  • Audio Support
  • Video Support
  • Preload Videos
  • Display Controls
  • Regular Expressions
  • Detect Support for Attributes
  • Mark Element
  • When to Use a
  • What to Immediately Begin Using
  • What is Not HTML5
  • The Data Attribute
  • The Output Element
  • Create Sliders with the Range Input

Please  click here to know detail information.

Good Video for HTML5 beginners


Published on February 5, 2009
An easy way for computers get a virus is from the use of pen drives (also known as USB devices or flash drives). Many viruses like the Ravmon virus and Heap41, which is a worm, are not detected by the usual anti-virus software. These viruses spread rapidly through USB devices. Suma Munireddy—our Employee Journalist from Bangalore—sent us a useful tip on how to protect your computer from viruses spread through USB devices.
1. Plug your pen drive or USB device to the computer.
2. After a few moments, a dialog box will pop up. Ignore this dialog box by clicking Cancel.
3. Now go to Start –> Run and type cmd to open the Command Prompt window.
4. In the Command window, type the USB drive letter and then press Enter. For instance, the drive letter for your USB device may be “E:” In this case, type “E:” in the Command window and press Enter.
5. Then, type dir/w/o/a/p and press Enter.
You will now get a list of files. In the list, see if you have any of the following:

 *   Autorun.inf
 *   New Folder.exe
 *   Bha.vbs
 *   Iexplore.vbs
 *   Info.exe
 *   New_Folder.exe
 *   Ravmon.exe
 *   RVHost.exe
 *   Any other files with .exe extension
If you notice any of the files above, type attrib -h -r -s -a *.* and press Enter.
Now delete each of the above files by typing the following command: del “filename” (for instance, del autorun.inf).
That’s all there is to it! Now just scan your USB drive with the anti-virus software you have to ensure that your pen drive is really free of all viruses.

>Under Debian Linux, you can use the same apt-get method as follows to install unrar program:

$ apt-get install unrar

If you are using Fedora core Linux then use yum command as follows:

$ yum install unrar

If you are using FreeBSD, you can use:

$ pkg_add -v -r unrar

If any of above, methods is not working, you can download binary package from official rarlab site and choose the right package for your machine… for example, i chose the latest (by the time i write this post):

$ cd /tmp
$ wget

then untar the file:

$ tar -zxvf rarlinux-3.7.1.tar.gz

Both rar and unrar commands are located in rar sub-directory. Just go to rar directory:

$ cd rar
$ ./unrar

Now copy rar and unrar to /bin directory:

$ cp rar unrar /bin

Then you can use the same method on creating and extracting rar files in linux in my previous post.

Another thing to add, you can also test the integrity of archive, with this command:

$ unrar t filename.rar

or list the files inside the rar file using this command:

$ unrar l filename.rar

>Add following to /etc/yum.repos.d/google.repo file:

name=Google – i386


name=Google – x86_64

Note: Both 32-bit and 64-bit repos can be placed in the same file.

## Install Google Chrome Stable version
yum install google-chrome-stable

## OR install Google Chrome Beta version##
yum install google-chrome-beta

## OR install Google Chrome Unstable version##
yum install google-chrome-unstable

>Drupal6 Updates

Posted: June 14, 2010 in Uncategorized

>Here is the Drupal6 features from Changelog.txt

– New, faster and better menu system.
– New watchdog as a hook functionality.
* New hook_watchdog that can be implemented by any module to route log
messages to various destinations.
* Expands the severity levels from 3 (Error, Warning, Notice) to the 8
levels defined in RFC 3164.
* The watchdog module is now called dblog, and is optional, but enabled by
default in the default install profile.
* Extended the database log module so log messages can be filtered.
* Added syslog module: useful for monitoring large Drupal installations.
– Added optional e-mail notifications when users are approved, blocked, or
– Drupal works with error reporting set to E_ALL.
– Added scripts/ to execute Drupal code from the command line. Useful
to use Drupal as a framework to build command-line tools.
– Made signature support optional and made it possible to theme signatures.
– Made it possible to filter the URL aliases on the URL alias administration
– Language system improvements:
* Support for right to left languages.
* Language detection based on parts of the URL.
* Browser based language detection.
* Made it possible to specify a node’s language.
* Support for translating posts on the site to different languages.
* Language dependent path aliases.
* Automatically import translations when adding a new language.
* JavaScript interface translation.
* Automatically import a module’s translation upon enabling that module.
– Moved “PHP input filter” to a standalone module so it can be deleted for
security reasons.
– Usability:
* Improved handling of teasers in posts.
* Added sticky table headers.
* Check for clean URL support automatically with JavaScript.
* Removed default/settings.php. Instead the installer will create it from
* Made it possible to configure your own date formats.
* Remember anonymous comment posters.
* Only allow modules and themes to be enabled that have explicitly been
ported to the correct core API version.
* Can now specify the minimum PHP version required for a module within the
.info file.
* Drupal core no longer requires CREATE TEMPORARY TABLES or LOCK TABLES
database rights.
* Dynamically check password strength and confirmation.
* Refactored poll administration.
* Implemented drag-and-drop positioning for blocks, menu items, taxonomy
vocabularies and terms, forums, profile fields, and input format filters.
– Theme system:
* Added .info files to themes and made it easier to specify regions and
* Added theme registry: modules can directly provide .tpl.php files for
their themes without having to create theme_ functions.
* Used the Garland theme for the installation and maintenance pages.
* Added theme preprocess functions for themes that are templates.
* Added support for themeable functions in JavaScript.
– Refactored update.php to a generic batch API to be able to run time-consuming
operations in multiple subsequent HTTP requests.
– Installer:
* Themed the installer with the Garland theme.
* Added form to provide initial site information during installation.
* Added ability to provide extra installation steps programmatically.
* Made it possible to import interface translations at install time.
– Added the HTML corrector filter:
* Fixes faulty and chopped off HTML in postings.
* Tags are now automatically closed at the end of the teaser.
– Performance:
* Made it easier to conditionally load .include files and split up many core
* Added a JavaScript aggregator.
* Added block-level caching, improving performance for both authenticated
and anonymous users.
* Made Drupal work correctly when running behind a reverse proxy like
Squid or Pound.
– File handling improvements:
* Entries in the files table are now keyed to a user instead of a node.
* Added reusable validation functions to check for uploaded file sizes,
extensions, and image resolution.
* Added ability to create and remove temporary files during a cron job.
– Forum improvements:
* Any node type may now be posted in a forum.
– Taxonomy improvements:
* Descriptions for terms are now shown on taxonomy/term pages as well
as RSS feeds.
* Added versioning support to categories by associating them with node
– Added support for OpenID.
– Added support for triggering configurable actions.
– Added the Update status module to automatically check for available updates
and warn sites if they are missing security updates or newer versions.
Sites deploying from CVS should use
Advanced settings provided by
– Upgraded the core JavaScript library to jQuery version 1.2.3.
– Added a new Schema API, which provides built-in support for core and
contributed modules to work with databases other than MySQL.
– Removed drupal.module. The functionality lives on as the Site network
contributed module (
– Removed old system updates. Updates from Drupal versions prior to 5.x will
require upgrading to 5.x before upgrading to 6.x.

– Better performance because of better caching and the ability to split modules in separate files to reduce memory on runtime
– Improved menu and forms API
– Built-in module update tracker

Drupal’s module system is based on the concept of “hooks”. A hook is a PHP function that is named foo_bar(), where “foo” is the name of the module (whose filename is thus foo.module) and “bar” is the name of the hook. Each hook has a defined set of parameters and a specified result type.

To extend Drupal, a module need simply implement a hook. When Drupal wishes to allow intervention from modules, it determines which modules implement a hook and call that hook in all enabled modules that implement it.