Author Archives: chris.smith

Next Sendstudio Update

Hi all, I haven’t blogged in a while but I thought I’d give a heads-up about the next sendstudio update we’ve been working on. There have been a lot of little changes all over the place (and of course any … Continue reading


PHP4 is being discontinued

Hi all, PHP4 is being discontinued after the end of this year (see the http://www.php.net/ website for more info). So your host will (eventually) have to upgrade to php5. Since StoreSuite is still in development, we can use this opportunity … Continue reading


Sendstudio NX 1.1.4 Has Been Released!

Hi all, SendStudio NX 1.1.4 has been released. The only thing updated was the WYSIWYG editor, so if you’re having any problems with content please download the latest version and simply upload the admin/de folder to your SendStudio installation. As … Continue reading


MySQL Version

Hi All, Just a quick post – I was wondering what version of mysql most people have access to. Why? Different versions have different features – so knowing what people are running will allow us to decide how to approach … Continue reading


SendStudio NX has been released!

Hi all, It has finally happened – sendstudio nx has been officially released. The feature set is huge, the advantages are great so dive in and give it a try! The online demo has been updated to the NX version … Continue reading


Sendstudio NX Beta!

Hey all, I know it has been a long time coming but it has arrived! Sendstudio NX has gone into beta testing! I sent it to a few people on Friday (no major bugs and now all fixed) then a … Continue reading


SendStudio NX Update

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged, because I’ve been busy trying to get SendStudio NX finished. I just added a new feature which a lot of people should like (well I hope so!). You’ll be able to embed images … Continue reading


Firefox memory tweak

 Hi all, If you use firefox a lot, check out this tweak: http://tech.cybernetnews.com/2006/03/26/this-may-help-your-firefox-memory-leak/ Supposed to save quite a few MB’s of memory with a very easy tweak Of course, use at your own risk…


Database Joins

A visitor reading the second part of this tutorial asked what table joins are and how you use them. Because of that, this months tutorial is about exactly that – so remember, if you have a comment or question, make … Continue reading


Introduction to Database Indexes

Put simply, database indexes help speed up retrieval of data. The other great benefit of indexes is that your server doesn’t have to work as hard to get the data. They are much the same as book indexes, providing the … Continue reading