Posts Tagged ‘Flickr’

JQueryNivo slider is a image slider with

  • 11 unique transition effects
  • Simple clean & valid markup
  • Loads of settings to tweak
  • Built in directional and control navigation….

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 jQuery & WordPress Image Video Slider

An easy-to-use Windows & Mac app for creating beautiful, professional, responsive jQuery Slider, YouTube Video Slider, WordPress Slider Plugin and Joomla Slideshow Module.Amazing Slider comes with awesome transition effects: Fade, Cross Fade, Slide, Slice, Blinds, 3D, 3D Horizontal, Blocks and Shuffle. Each effect can be further customised to meet your own needs. The pre-made and highly configurable skins can give your slider a professional and unique looking.

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Most complete responsive jQuery/WordPress Slider

jQuery Slider Shock. A fully responsive slider and the most complete over the web right now. Available for you to download it as a jQuery code to use it wherever you need, or as a plugin for the most used CMS: WordPress. We wanted to make something that could take advantage of all the power that the jQuery code has to offer and this is the result. Take a look into this post and the features that our slider has to offer.
Do you want to build your own Slider? Sure, you can do it!. Look at the controls available to do so.

Features:

  • You can easily add thumbnails on any of the sides of the slider ( top, bottom, left, right ) allowing users to navigate easily between slides.
  • jQuery Slider Shock supports not only images but also allows you to show Videos from YouTube playlists, RSS Feeds, Twitter Feeds, Flickr and Instagram images from an account.
  • You can create an slider from each of the following sources: Custom Slides, Posts (WordPress), Custom Post Types (WP), Taxonomies (WP), External RSS, YouTube, Flickr, Twitter and Instagram.
  • Add videos from YouTube, Vimeo or Hulu.
  • Create a unique slider adding not only videos or only images, but both of them between slides.
  • You can have as many sliders as you want in the a single page.
  • Add a flat color or a pattern based background the captions in the slides.
  • You can adjust both the position and width of the slider captions.
  • You can also include external URL images. By doing that, you can add completely different background patterns to your slider.
  • You can choose a fixed width for your images, or adjust them to the 100% of its parent width..
  • Add image descriptions within the thumbnail labels and display them on top, bottom, left or right side of your slider.
  • Like the images, the labels can have their own background.
  • You can adjust both the position and width of your captions.
  • Pick one from 31 available effects (premium) or let them be random.
  • Responsiveness can be deactivated, allowing your slider to remain the same disregarding the screen size.
  • You choose the skin that fits on your site the best from 39 skins.

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Since its release in 1995, MySQL has became one of the most commonly used database in Internet world. A lot of small and medium businesses uses MySQL as their backend db.  Its popularity for use with web applications is closely tied to the popularity of PHP, which is often combined with MySQL. Wikipedia runs on MediaWiki software, which is written in PHP and uses a MySQL database. Several high-traffic web sites use MySQL for its data storage and logging of user data, including Flickr, Facebook, Wikipedia, Google, Nokia and YouTube.

MySQL provide a great command line utility to take backup of your MySQL database and restore it. mysqldump command line utility is available with MySQL installation (bin directory) that can be used to achieve this.

1. Getting backup of a MySQL database using mysqldump.

Use following command line for taking backup of your MySQL database using mysqldump utility.

mysqldump –-user [user name] –-password=[password] [database name] > [dump file]

or

mysqldump –u[user name] –p[password] [database name] > [dump file]

Example:

mysqldump –-user root –-password=myrootpassword db_test > db_test.sql

or

mysqldump –uroot –pmyrootpassword db_test > db_test.sql

2. Backup multiple databases in MySQL.

mysqldump –u[user name] –p[password] [database name 1] [database name 2] .. > [dump file]

Example:

mysqldump –-user root –-password=myrootpassword db_test db_second db_third > db_test.sql

3. Backup all databases in MySQL.

shell> mysqldump –u[user name] –p[password] –all-databases > [dump file]

4. Backup a specific table in MySQL.

shell> mysqldump --user [username] --password=[password] [database name] [table name] 
> /tmp/sugarcrm_accounts_contacts.sql

Example:

shell> mysqldump --user root --password=myrootpassword db_test customers 
> db_test_customers.sql

5. Restoring MySQL database.

The mysqldump utility is used only to take the MySQL dump. To restore the database from the dump file that you created in previous step, use mysql command.

shell> mysql --u [username] --password=[password] [database name] < [dump file]

Example:

shell> mysql --user root --password=myrootpassword new_db < db_test.sql
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