Pointer and WordPress

This is a guide for a blogger who want to develop into a WordPress developer. I hope this title of book is dreadfully straightforward to suggest what I mean. You may ask, why did I choose the term blogger? Is this book not for all?
Yes, it is for all. Actually the very term blogger is deeply associated with WordPress but I seriously try to attack that old myth. There is a term called ‘pointer’ in C programming language. You may find something similar in PHP which is called ‘reference’ though reference does not act like pointer. But with the term ‘blogger’ I point to the memory address of all people who want to learn and analyse WordPress critically and thereby implement it in a useful manner.

Magic World of WordPress

WordPress and Internet Speed

Suppose as an administrator, you are about to edit a post from a user who has been logged in and editing that post at the same time. WordPress tackles that critical state showing that end user is editing. Here is the magic of WordPress that really saves your time alerting you about the current state of your application.
Although the Web has the richness of DHTML and Ajax, javaScript, and HTML 4.0 on the client side, the average high-powered processor with a few gigabytes of RAM is still being used only to render only HTML.

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How to check user login status in ASP.NET?

Whether a user logs in or not can be decided after two main reasons.

Firstly, if you don’t want to use log in controls in your page, you can set a variable websiteloginstatus. When the user want to log in, username and password is correct, the websiteloginstatus will be settled to true. But it has some pros and cons.

Secondly you can use log in controls in your page; in that case you can use LoginStatus Control to check whether a user is logged in or not.

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Kamasutra She Wrote – EXcerpt 2

Now she started licking her downward. It was smelly, bushy, flooded with sticky fluid that waited for centuries to get familiar with her tongue. She inserted the tip of her tongue and circling it more. Raka was jerking her basin shaped cavity more often panting for something more to be done to the region.
Topographically this is the basis of all contradictions. It had been a matter of only life and death till people understood that women have their own passions like their own loneliness. They have something more to give this world and get back in return.

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Publication Date: September 21, 2014

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Kamasutra She Wrote – EXcerpt 1

She could remember the rainy night when she suddenly woke up with a sudden sound. It was a chilly winter night. Rains lashed the windows. There was continuous lightning outside and in that light she had seen Raka wriggled in her bed. They had not grown so close at that time like now and finding Raka behaving strangely on her bed, twisting, turning, moaning in a hushed sound she had thought that she was ill. Something must have happened to her. At that time they slept separately. She went to her bed and saw Raka smiling to her. Raka held her hand and put it into her body.
She asked worryingly, ‘Are you okay, Raka?’
Raka smiled, ‘Perfectly. Sorry I made you wake up.’
‘I was worried about your health.’
‘Nothing to worry except this.’ She placed Tara’s hand on her breast. Tara found it throbbing with expectations.
Expectations remain meaningless without the presence of mind and body together. How can you expect something if your mind and body remain abreast? Unless it joins hands and gets entwined into a single soul the magic never begins.

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Publication Date: September 21, 2014

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Kamasutra She Wrote

This is a story of a young girl’s journey of unbridled sexuality and self discovery. Tara decides to reinvent her life. Convinced that in a male dominated society ‘lust is the true trick to win the battle’, she ventures into an adventurous plan and discovers her true self. Eventually this audacious arrangement produces an uninhibited, erotic, and achingly beautiful celebration of love, sex and passion.

Kamasutra She Wrote

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The Red Light Secret

He goes by the name PG. A computer scientist, well respected in hacker’s community-turned private detective was hired by an industrialist to explore his daughter’s unnatural death with a probe. Prakash Gupto alias PG risks his life to unearth the secret. But how far could he go? He never minds to crack criminal’s computers but faces new challenges as he unearths the gruesome liaison between crime and politics. As the story unfolds, interesting characters surface: a beautiful sex worker who had been trafficked as a child girl, the apparently slattern but lonely wife of the industrialist, the vindictive gangsters, a young hacker, human trafficker, honest police officer, ex-commando who gets pleasure beating criminals and the old city Calcutta with its colonial obsession.

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The Red Light Secret : Excerpt 3

A sudden burst of rains came and continued for few minutes. The clouds were relentless – moving from one end of the sky to the other – with a sign of more raining it cast a pale shadow on the city life. Calcutta had moved an elongated way with its protracted history of colonial obsession that was beyond our capacity to fathom. When rains come it appears that the true Calcutta shivers with the old dilapidated buildings and pleads everyone to let her live alone with all the regrets she bears for centuries.
May be each city has its own shares of sadness.
‘What happened last night?’ I asked Rahela.
‘It was around midnight her body was found by another friend of us. It had turned out that she committed suicide. But I know her. She had a fighting spirit that we lacked. And she was always the source of our inspiration.’ Rahela spoke softly wiping her large eyes. She began crying silently. I let her relieve her sorrows.

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