Posts Tagged ‘PHP’

Wrox DRM-Free ebooks now lower priced than print

If you’ve been following my blog since February, you know that we started then with 24 Wrox ebooks that we began selling as DRM-free PDFs (PDFs with no digital rights management). We’ve listened to a lot of feedback about our DRM-free PDF ebooks this year and are happy to announce two really big permanent steps […]


218 Wrox Books in Safari Books Online

As we announced recently, Wrox books are now in Safari. Already, the good folks at Safari have added 218 full Wrox books in Safari and they’re adding more constantly. For the month of May, Wrox marketing has passed along the good news from Safari that we’re authorized to offer you this great new offer to […]


More than 60 Wrox DRM-free ebooks available

Today we’re thrilled to announce that Wrox has more than 60 first 24  DRM-free PDF ebooks are available for purchase from Updated: We’ve been adding to this list of available DRM-free books for several months now. Please check back often for all the newest available books. Updated Dec 2010: Please see the news about […]


Configuring WordPress Permalinks, Keyword URLs, and PHP in .htaccess

WordPress features specific files that can be edited for different purposes. These files can alter how WordPress functions. Always test changes in a development environment before publishing to a production server. .htaccess The .htaccess file is used primarily for creating pretty permalinks and keyword injected URLs for your web site. WordPress by default creates ugly […]

Tags: launches with Wrox Chapters and ebooks launched today and as part of their announcement, they mention both Wrox ebooks and chapters. We’re happy to add to the growing list of retail partners who sell our ebooks. And I’m especially happy to have them selling our ebooks by the chapter. They’ve picked up Wrox’s "Chapters on Demand" idea as part […]


Lessons Learned from Beginning PHP 5.3

Earlier this summer Wrox came under a lot of heat from the PHP community for jumping the gun and prematurely releasing some PHP 6.0 books. There was a very articulate blog review pointing out what a bad move this was, given that PHP 6.0 isn’t even in beta. After reading this and having a lot […]