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    Plymouth, UK
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    Web Dev, Web Design, Photography, Music, Bikes and Biscuits.

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  1. Glad you like it, if you have any improvement ideas just shout and I'll see what I can do
  2. Searches the <a href="http://php.net/docs.php" title="PHP Documentation Website">PHP documentation</a> site for any provided input. If the input is a valid function name (e.g. ```str_replace```) it will take you directly to the documentation page for that function. An example search for the ```str_replace()``` function would be ```php str_replace``` Download from my site: http://danielgroves.net/notebook/2013/04/alfred-extensions/
  3. This second extension is a quick custom search workflow. Simply type ```mdn``` followed by what you want to search the <a href="https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/" title="Mozilla Developer Network">Mozilla Developer Network</a> for. I primarily use this one for looking up css attributes to see what parameters they can take. Download from my site: http://danielgroves.net/notebook/2013/04/alfred-extensions/
  4. After getting tired of manually doing the maths for every box I was creating when converting a PSD to a web page I decided to make an extension to do this for me. The script is triggered using `rc` and requires two parameters. The first should be the with of the item you want to calculate the percentage width for and the other should be the width of the container. The default container width is 980px. For example, for a 300px wide div in a 900px wide container you would type `rc 300 900` at which point the script would return `33.33%`. Download from my site: http://danielgrov
  5. Ah don't worry I'll always share everything I just wanna stick a blog post together to document them properly then I'll get them uploaded. Should be able to do it this weekend at some point.
  6. Sweet, thats what I thought. Cheers mate! Got a couple of quick workflows to write to make life a little easier now ;-)
  7. Whats the general consensus for dealing with multiple inputs? Is it possible to do something along the lines of: {query}[0] {query}[1] to get space-separated input parameters? Or do I need to do something more like: $vars = explode({query}, ' '); How do others normally deal with this?
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