Some bloggers like me maybe so pissed to know that our ad revenue is decreasing dramatically after introduction of Ad blocking plugin (like AdBlock/Adblock Plus, etc). But lucky I found a way to ask the audience to disable the plugin when detected. In this case, I used jQuery to detect adBlock. Read More
I’ve been working on a new design inspired by some websites.. minimalistic narrow profile page, or we can say a portfolio. I have applied it to my profile page at andisetiawan.com. Check it out!
I’m planning to share the final version, but there are some other things I need to fix and clear before I share it. Stay tuned!
Sometimes you need to know what your external IP (internet protocol) address is. Whether just to know or a part of maintenance. Well, I need it sometimes to check whether I’m being blocked by any website or not. I made a list of how to check our external IP address, check it out!
1. Google Search
The simplest way to check your IP is by doing a Google Search with this keywords : “what is my IP”.
Google will give you your IP address like this: Your public IP address is 126.96.36.199.
Since most of the latest browser available has the ability to do search operation using search bar, or even searching right from the address bar, it will be so easy for you.
2. Web Service
If you don’t have much time to type the phrase “what is my IP”, you might want to bookmark one of the websites below and put it on your bookmark toolbar, so all you have to do is to click the bookmark and wait till the page loaded.
and lot more websites out there with same functionality. What a waste -__-"
3. PHP code
Or if you’re sick of useless page contents of those websites and only need to know your IP address real quick, you may code your own PHP script and put it on your website. Here’s the code:
if (!empty($_SERVER[‘HTTP_CLIENT_IP’])) //check ip from share internet
elseif (!empty($_SERVER[‘HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR’])) //to check ip is pass from proxy
Copy the code above, paste it on notepad, and then save it as a .php file (eg. myip.php) and upload it to your web server, so you can access it like this: www.yourwebsite.com/myip.php .
One example of the live site that will give you only your IP address is : http://www.whatismyip.org.
I got new client who needs my help to convert his proposal to a real web application. It will uses Expert System algorithm.
An expert system is software that uses a knowledge base of human expertise for problem solving, or to clarify uncertainties where normally one or more human experts would need to be consulted. – Wikipedia
This is the most annoying thing, I “have to use an existing algorithm” to build this project, or at least my own algorithm in which the result MUST be similar. It made me decided to increase the price. Higher price than before..
Oh, by the way, this is the 3rd TA (Tugas Akhir) project I accepted. Normally, I shouldn’t accept those projects because they (my clients) studied for it (it refers to programming) for at least 4 years in their campus. And me? Only 3 years of weekly Pascal Programming training when I joined IT Club in Smansa Singaraja
(and I didn’t apply for any IT major in any university, my shame).
The online demo is here: es.andiim3.com
It’s been 5 days since i use automated blog posting. It is a feature from CSU which saves every post as a draft and post the draft as a blog post.
I’ve planned to develope the script to take the draft from twitter timeline. And also use xmlrpc to post the draft to remote blog. It will be awesome.