A little PHP for some automation can really help a workflow and give users a boost in convenience and ease-of-use.

This seemed to have been asked many times on StackOverflow. We took some of the better answers, combined and streamlined the code for a blog summary page over on Grip Fast Artworks where you can see it in action.

Due to the conflict between live php and html you can simply open the example by using the button below:


That's all folks.

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Chris Lessley
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A server admin, dev ops warrior and website designer since 2002, Chris is a lover of all things Linux and open-source! Each blog topic has been tested by fire in the real world and shared with the hope to help others. Need more help? Hire me! Chris' other interests include fine art and the humanities in the classical tradition and can be found writing for our friends over at gripfastart.works. If you like this content, kindly consider donating to keep this website free to all, without ads.

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