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asked Where can I find free single-day charts for the S&P 500?
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comment How to retrieve GET parameters from javascript?
This is nice and works, but generates an error when the parameter is omitted... You can fix it by storing the match in a variable and checking if it equals null, but that ruins the one-line nature :/
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comment Scale the contents of a div by a percentage?
Just out of curiosity, if zoom is supported in all major browsers, why is -moz-transform: scale(0.5); required? Or, are both statements required to cover all browsers?
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comment How to launch google-chrome/chromium application shortcut in fullscreen/kiosk mode
Confirmed to work on my installation of Raspbian (Raspberry pi 2) with chromium (Full version string: "Version 22.0.1229.94 Built on Debian 7.0, running on Debian 7.8 (161065)")
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comment MySQL VARCHAR size?
@mpen I'm not sure, but that's a great question! If you track down the answer, please report back here! :)
Feb
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answered Errors from Facebook graph API on posting - Service temporarily unavailable
Feb
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comment Errors from Facebook graph API on posting - Service temporarily unavailable
Potentially relevant Facebook bugs: developers.facebook.com/bugs/1571642049794292 developers.facebook.com/bugs/1654284818174183 I'm guessing (from your username) that you're Nimrod, so you probably already knew about the first one. :)
Feb
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comment Errors from Facebook graph API on posting - Service temporarily unavailable
The only other reference I can find to this new error message, dated Jan 15 - xfrocks.com/other/threads/bd-social-share-paid.82/page-22
Feb
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comment Errors from Facebook graph API on posting - Service temporarily unavailable
Also getting this; we haven't changed anything to evoke it. Either Facebook has added a new "feature" to the API, or this is a (hopefully temporary) new bug...
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comment How do I make an asynchronous GET request in PHP?
exec("curl $url > /dev/null 2>&1 &"); is one of the fastest solutions around (Thanks @Matt Huggins). It's immensely faster (1.9s for 100 iterations) than the curl_post_async() function (14.8s). And it doesn't come with the same timeout/URL rewriting/etc limitations since it's full-blown cURL. AND it's a one-liner...
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comment Asynchronous PHP calls?
exec("curl $url > /dev/null 2>&1 &"); is one of the fastest solutions here (Thanks @Matt Huggins). It's immensely faster (1.9s for 100 iterations) than the post_without_wait() function (14.8s). And it doesn't come with the same timeout/URL rewriting/etc limitations since it's full-blown cURL. AND it's a one-liner...
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comment Asynchronous PHP calls?
In my testing, using exec("curl $url > /dev/null 2>&1 &"); is one of the fastest solutions here. It's immensely faster (1.9s for 100 iterations) than the post_without_wait() function (14.8s) in the "accepted" answer above. AND it's a one-liner...
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revised Does Wordpress contain "default" anti-SQL injection code that responds with a 404 error?
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asked Does Wordpress contain "default" anti-SQL injection code that responds with a 404 error?
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revised How to target Safari for Mac only?
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awarded Nice Answer
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awarded Good Question
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