I often need to add events to an element inside a JavaScript loop. If you’ve ever done this before, you know that it wont work unless you change the syntax properly, the event will always fire on the last item in the loop. In this article I will show you the simple concept of using a closure around the event to make it work properly. See the closure.

PHP has the built-in function called array_splice() to remove an item from an array. However, the function alone does not help you remove a certain item from an array. Since I just wrote an article on this topic for JavaScript, it’s only proper I cover it in PHP as well. Read How

Deleting an item from an array is easy using JavaScript’s built-in method splice(). However, if you are somewhat new to scripting, simply knowing about splice does not help you remove a certain item from an array. This article will solidly state the solution to this dilemma. Read How

Web developers have multiple options for redirecting/reloading pages using either a server-side scripting language, like PHP, or client-side JavaScript. In this article, I will discuss the options you have for ‘refreshing’ a page using PHP, and why that word is a slight bit misleading. See why.

When dealing with URLs in JavaScript, you will come across various syntax like location, window.location, or location.href, etc. Each piece of syntax has it use, and you will become a smarter developer by knowing the difference between them. In this article, I will show you how to correctly get the full URL with JavaScript. View the code.

This article will show you how to change your password in an SSH client. This simple command requires knowing only a single word. See the command.

It’s time someone solidly stated the difference between GDDR and DDR. It’s also important to explain GDDR3 vs GDDR5, which are currently the 2 most common forms of memory found in video cards. Both of these topics are popular to discuss, producing plenty of information and misinformation. See the difference.

Paginated posts, also known as multi-page posts, can be an indispensable tool when publishing long posts. Our Core i7 860 overclocking article, for example, is 10 packed pages of stats and images.

WordPress handles this task with ease, by offering the nextpage tag in the post’s visual editor or directly with the wp_link_pages() function.

Using this feature in recent versions of WordPress, however, results in only the first page being indexed by Google and other search engines. Learn what to do about it.

This is actually SolidlyStated.com’s first post ever regarding WordPress itself, which is the engine that powers this website.

This article is nothing new and is really going to benefit me the most, because deleting post revisions is something that is done every couple of weeks here. Now I will have a permanent record of this SQL statement. Get your query.

Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Conviction owners on the Xbox 360 already dealt with a pretty nasty freezing bug, and now PC gamers have a frustrating bug of their own.

This bug involves leaving the weapon stash screen and your primary and secondary weapons firing all by themselves as if you were holding down the fire button. See the simple fix.