Month: November 2013

PHP – String Capitalisation Functions

If you’ve ever wanted to manipulate the capitalization of your PHP strings, then this lesson will be quite helpful to you. PHP has three primary capitalization related functions: strtoupper, strtolower and ucwords. The function names are pretty self-explanatory, but why they are useful in programming might be new to you. Converting a String to Upper Case – strtoupper The strtoupper function takes one argument, the string you want converted to…

Windows Error 0x80070718:

Not enough quota is available to process this command This unhelpful message appeared on my computer today when moving some files. I run Active Directory and Roaming Profiles so my first thought was if I’d set a user disk quota, however, this wasn’t the case. A quick search pointed me in the direction of: Control Panel, Sync Center, Offline Files, Manage Offline Files (left-hand side), Disk Usage tab, Change Limits…