Running your website’s administration panel on a private network can help increase security along with increase your website’s performance if you perform demanding administrative tasks. This post will cover the idea of running a website admin panel on a private network instead of making it public while still having full control over the public site’s data. I haven’t yet done this in a production environment, but the site I’m currently working on will most likely implement a method similar to the one below.
Nearly every website implements some sort of pagination of data. Pagination is the process of splitting large sets of information into multiple pages (i.e. search results, emails, etc). In most cases for pagination to work, the total number of items for the dataset must be calculated to know total number of pages. This is commonly done by performing two SQL queries, one to receive the data for the current page and another to count the total number of rows to later calculate the total number of pages.
Creating an envelope is most office suites only requires you to dive one or two levels into a menu. As for Google Drive, this just isn’t the case. It’s possible to change a Google Drive document’s page setup by navigating to “File - Page Setup”, but there are only eleven predefined paper formats you can choose from. To change the actual dimensions of the Google Drive document, you need to use a Google Apps Script that changes the documents dimensions.
Uploading website files routinely can become a chore, and no one wants that. Queue a deployment script, at the very least, it’s a script that uploads files to the server, but can be as advanced as verifying files once uploaded, run code tests, and update database structures along. There are two different methods to run a deployment script. First being automated deployment with continuous integration systems to a staging or production servers.