3 sets of die cut business cards to give away!

We’re giving away 1 set of die cut business cards to three lucky winners courtesy of UPrinting. Die-cut business cards, like standard business cards, include your name or business contact details. What makes them different are the unique and attractive …
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3 sets of die cut business cards to give away!

Creating Automatic MySQL Database backups

Every database needs to be backed up and if you’re currently doing it manually you can stop because there’s a simple solution using PHP. With this script you can either pass a specific table to backup or choose to backup …
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Creating Automatic MySQL Database backups

PHP Language Detection

I was looking for a simple way to automatically detect a users language using PHP and came across this interesting snippet which does just that. It uses the PHP superglobal ‘HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE’ which returns something like this for me “en-US,en;q=0.8″. This …
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PHP Language Detection

jQuery UI Slider

I’ve been hugely inspired recently by the design work of Orman Clark from Premiumpixels.com and his generous selection of top quality PSD downloads. after seeing this beautiful design of a button and slider set I was eager to code up …
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jQuery UI Slider

Win 3 Stock Photo Accounts from Pixmac worth $199 each

If you are a graphic designer, web designer, or just a photo enthusiast, you know how hard it is to find great quality stock photos. Well Pixmac just made it easier for 3 lucky readers here on Papermashup. Pixmac have …
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Win 3 Stock Photo Accounts from Pixmac worth $199 each

All Papermashup profit to Japan disaster fund

The world has been gripped over the last few days by the devastating tsunami in Japan and to help with the relief efforts I’m donating a months advertising revenue to the Shelterbox a charity helping to send lifesaving equipment to …
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All Papermashup profit to Japan disaster fund

Dynamically updating times using jQuery

With the rise of Facebook and Twitter we’re so used to instantly updating data and being able to judge fresh content almost instantly. Facebook for instance automatically updates how long ago someone left a comment on the fly without even …
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Dynamically updating times using jQuery