$fileslist in this case. As this script is not in production on any of my projects, I'm sure it could be more efficient, but it definitely works; just change the directory referenced by the
$dir variable to match your own.
Note: there are probably better ways of doing this, even if you accept the premise of the article.Continue reading →
When I worked at an ad agency we had a version of our TV reel on DVD that I created, categorized by budget. I was then asked to put this version of the reel online, so people could view it that way instead, which was a good idea.Continue reading →
Moving a CMS site built locally, or on a remote test server, to the production environment always presents a bit of a challenge. Drupal is one of the easier ones I can think of, and here's how you do it. This is for D7, since that's what I moved most recently, but D6 should work similarly.Continue reading →