When using strip_tags and html_entity_decode with PHPit often breaks and produces annoying diamonds with question marks.
It is probably because of characters like these:
… (looks like 3 dots but it is a single weird character).
’ (looks like a normal apostraphe but it is not)
” (looks like a normal double quote but it is not).
An easy way to sort this out is to copy the above and search in an ASCII table to extend the functional........
Normally when I've seen this it's when you are using a variable like a normal string when in fact it's actually an array such as this example:
[Tue Mar 13 04:22:35 2018] [error] PHP Catchable fatal error: Object of class WP_Term could not be converted to string in /vhost/httpdocs/wp-content/plugins/wp-instagram-post/classes/class-woo-igp.php on line 578
I modified this code after quickly learning how Wordpress plugins actually work, how they're called etc.. was the first trick to modifying the code to add tags.
Add this code after line 570 in wp-content/plugins/wp-instagram-post/classes/class-woo-igp.php
It's not as simple as "yum install" as you can see below and it doesn't stop there.
yum install php53
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* addons: centos.mirror.nexicom.net
Setting up Install Process........
CVSUp the Easy WayIf you're reading this you probably have never used CVSUp or don't know how.
CVSUp can be used for two things or just one if you prefer.
*Keeping your kernel up to date
*Keeping your port list up to date
Start by editing the following file in:
It can be quite overwhelming with all the crazy options.
Basically there are only 3........
There is a tool called "xml2" which will parse both HTML and XML scripts, this is very useful to do a mass extraction or conversion of data based on say an HTML table etc..
It becomes even more powerful using bash if certain tags are identified with a certain class="" attribute or something else unique to only the tags you want.