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cPanel makes it much easier to manage your website by providing a user-friendly interface and quick access to website management options. To help their customers manage their websites, most major web hosting providers offer access to cPanel. But what are the best cPanel web hosting providers, and how can you choose the right one for […] The post Easily Manage Your Website With These Top cPanel Web Hosting Providers appeared first on WebFX Blog.
BigCommerce, an ecommerce platform that provides software as a service to retailers is now integrated with the Multi-vendor Marketplace app for Shopify. This integration will help the marketplace sellers to connect their BigCommerce stores with the admin's Shopify store. Using the connector, sellers selling on BigCommerce can auto-sync their products with the admin's marketplace. Also, the [...]
Access All Areas members have a wonderful collection of illustrations to download this week, courtesy of Pretty Little Lines. This handcrafted pack of illustrated graphics features the most adorable drawings of cat characters, along with complementary birds, flowers, and wreaths to compose sweet designs for greetings cards, invitations, wedding stationery, and much more! Pretty Little […] The post 35 Cute Cats, Birds, and Botanicals Illustrations for Premium Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Combining typefaces is an art. The best part about art and design is that once you give shape to a form, you are free to explore different styles, techniques, and combinations to communicate a message. That being said, you have to understand the basics of typographic design to be able to move beyond these rules. Designers […] The post Best Practices for Combining Typefaces / Fonts appeared first on Line25.
Latest PECL Releases:ds 1.2.8 Fixed buffer outflow during deserialization of map objects. @rado-h decimal 1.1.1Fix "signum" returning 1 for zero, instead of 0. mysql_xdevapi 8.0.14WL#12593: DevAPI: Handling of Default Schema WL#12457: Be prepared for initial notice on connection WL#12291: automagically resolve path to preferred version of boost on pb2 orabug #28803092 the offset() method requires limit() orabug #28802524 always use sql()->execute() instead of executeSql() orabug #27441854 fetchAll should return an empty array when the result is empty, not (bool)false orabug #28804413 containers methods orabug #28802453 TableDelete: offset does not seem useful orabug #29011588 execute more than once for crud ops with bind causes crash at releasing orabug #28605347 CollectionFind::offset() without limit() error is unclear orabug #28803201 FieldMetadata and ColumnResult are returning different information about columns orabug #28804447 remove client functions orabug #28802551 Collection::createIndex() create an index on multiple fields orabug #28804461 ensure groupBy() functionality orabug #28838435 PHPT tests - make checking results more precise zookeeper 0.6.3Bugs: - Correct exception message (From "Failed to connect to Zookeeper" to "Failed to initialize ZooKeeper ...", Issue #29) - Fix 'duplicate symbol _php_zk_config_ce' - Fix segmentation fault when destroying Zookeeper instance (GH PR #31) datadog_trace 0.10.0**WARNING: THIS IS A BREAKING CHANGE RELEASE** Refer to the migration guide (/UPGRADE-0.10.md) for a detailed description. At an high level here are the breaking changes we introduced: We removed OpenTracing as a required dependency. We still support OpenTracing, so you can do OpenTracingGlobalTracer::get() in your code and still retrieve a OpenTracing compliant tracer, but OpenTracing dependency is now optional. We introduced auto-instrumentation and 1-step installation in place of manual registration of providers/bundles. Before, in order to see traces, you had to install our extension, add two dependencies to the composer file and add a provider (Laravel) or a bundle (Symfony). Starting from now you will only have to install the extension. You still have freedom to manually instrument the code, but only for advanced usage. Added Request init hook configuration allowing running arbitrary code before actual request execution #175 Support OpenTracing without depending on it #193 Initial C extension PHP 5.4 support #205 Removal of external dependencies to support auto-instrumentation #206 Migration from namespace based constants to class based constants for tags, formats and types #207 Track integration loading to avoid re-loading unnecessary ones #211 Documenting release steps #223 Ability to run web framework tests in external web server #232 Support for auto-instrumentation #237 Support for Zend Framework 1 #238 Tracer::startRootSpan() to track the root Scope instance which can be accessed with Tracer::getRootScope() #241 Fixed The INI settings now appear in phpinfo() and when running $ php -i #242
When you're choosing an LMS platform for your site, it's important to consider at least a few popular options and compare them to get a better idea of which one will suit your requirements. We understand this, which is why we're doing a complete series on the comparison of LearnDash (the most popular LMS platform) […] The post LearnDash vs TutorLMS: Which is the Better Choice for Your E-Learning Site? appeared first on WisdmLabs.
Get ready for autumn and the upcoming Halloween season with beautiful and inspiring wallpapers. Created by the community for the community, they are available with and without a calendar for October 2020.
In my video tutorial last week I made use of my old pack of light leak overlays. I’ve used those graphics in loads of my own photos over the years, so I took some time to produce a fresh batch in a totally new style. This new pack of Free Light Leak Overlays contains 80 […] The post 80 Free Light Leak Overlays for Creating Vibrant Photo Effects appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Ping Identity, an enterprise identity solutions provider, has added new API security features and fraud detection capabilities to its PingOne Cloud Platform. These additions are intended to bolster the platform's security capabilities while also improving the overall user experience.
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