tag: tutorial

Set start_point for Panda3D useing Blender

How to create a start point position for your maps/models useing blender and Panda3D. When I was following the Roaming Ralph sample code I was unable to recreate the world model to use the start point value. This is how to do it. Step One Create a Vertex or plane, any thing, in the place where you want your start_point to be. Step Two Make sure that you are in Object Mode not edit.

How to install a PHP Web Server in Windows XP

5 Mar, 2008 - 2 minutes
If you want to learn PHP you will need a server that has PHP support. If you don’t feel confident enoght too install a major web server and all the bits then good news. There is a software called Nanoweb, which is a free small web server that supports PHP. It works on both Linux and Windows. So for Windows download the Windows installer here TIP: Download the version that has PHP with it if you do not already have that installed on your machine.

PHP #1

11 Dec, 2007 - 2 minutes
To start with PHP you need to have a web server that supports PHP. You can either use a free web host, or run your own server. If you want to run your own web server on windows just download XAMPP. Once you have that downloaded and installed, all you do is save your PHP scripts in the htdocs folder (Same for all web servers) then navigate (in a web browser) to http://localhost/.

HTML #1

9 Dec, 2007 - 3 minutes
Okay lets start of with some simple HTML. Today we will earn how to use the heading tags (H1, H2, H3 etc) and the bold (B) tag. And we will also learn how to setup your (possible) first page. Start by opening up your text editor, I will be using gedit, feel free to use any plain text editor such as Notepad (Windows). Okay so now that we have our text editor open.