A user made me notice that you might be using a modified version of one of my scripts. I don’t mind you using my code but at least write your own documentation. I will not report you but please change some stuff to make this your own script!
Sorry. I will change.
Now is ok?, please see Demo.
I don’t mind but please for next time try to create your own stuff and do not resell other people’s code with asking permission first as this will get you in trouble.
Sorry for that.
is there any relation between your script and this one :
the difference is with the price.
I think that your script will get reports from users.
This script is created by me. I was inspired from mini bots php class but the code is written 100% by me. Exists more classes on codecanyon with functions found in mini bots php class. Example is simplephp class. Today I will add over 25 new methods in my class because I want this class to be, the best with small price.
Hi. IN THE echo $useful->timeAgo(‘2013-05-01 00:22:35’); and echo $useful->timeAgo(‘2013-05-01 00:22:35’, true);
SEND ME THIS:
Fatal error: Call to undefined method DateTime::diff() in /home/public_html/usefulPHP.php on line 130
Can you help me thanks
Yes, because your php version is < 5.3. I will change this method in next update.
Wondering if you can email me the new method for “timeAgo”?
I have the same issue…
Thanks. I will buy a VPS.
hi, demo is off, any future updates are planned?
Use, by you or one client, in a single end product which end users are not charged for. The total price includes the item price and a buyer fee.
Use, by you or one client, in a single end product which end users can be charged for. The total price includes the item price and a buyer fee.
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