Wedding Photos taken at Penang

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My wedding photos were taken in Penang by a bridal shop called Kuang Yee. It was recommended by my mother in law after her God mother’s son had taken at the same shop.

Since my wife and I are staying in KL, therefore we only have the chance to take the photos during weekend. So, we went to Penang on Saturday, took our pictures on the very next day and on the same day we shoot back to KL. The photo shots were done in just a day.

Personally, I think that it isn’t a very good idea to have the wedding photos taken far from where you are staying. It’s just plain hassle to preview the pictures before they are being finalized and printed. That ends up to our pictures and video looked like was being done in a hurry without any fancy requests.

If you are wondering, I had these from Kuang Yee:

  • 15″ Album half design & half full page
  • 12″ Album full design
  • 8 VIP Photo shoot dresses — unlike in KL, at Penang they still have the VIP and Non-VIP dresses
  • 3 Wedding day dresses
  • 2 Table top frames
  • 1 Wall hanged frame
  • Indoor and outdoor photo shoot
  • 30-piece softcopy — practically useless because resized to only 3R printing or for email
  • Car decoration
  • Bouquet and flowers
  • Makeup during wedding day

All that for RM3500. Expensive? Cheap? You decide.

More wedding photos can be seen at http://gallery.fendy.org/

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Sybase searching with no case sensitive

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I had problem with Sybase in searching a varchar column with different character case. So, I transformed the existing character in Sybase to all lower case and then only perform the comparison.

The Sybase code below have worked on me:

SELECT full_name FROM db_name.table_owber.users WHERE LOWER(full_name) LIKE ‘%fendy%’

I learned it.

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First Time With AirAsia - Is it really that.. ?

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I’ve been hearing lots of belligerent comments about AirAsia ever since it’s gotten popular. After seeing their darn-low-price advertisements, my wife and I decided to give a try with it.

We bought via internet return tickets to Penang for the Chinese New Year. Getting the flight information online was fairly easy. Everything was just clicks of a mouse. However, I had slight difficulties during the payment.

After agreed to the ‘Terms and Conditions’ at AirAsia online reservation, I had chosen the Debit Payment method. It stated on the payment page that Debit Payment is better and faster to get the tickets compare to credit card payment.

So, I did just that. Login into my online bank, confirm the price and clicked ‘Confirm’. To my surprise, instead of confirming my payment and flight itinerary, it led to an unexpected page – blank white page.

AirAsia

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Procedures of embracing Islam in Seremban

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My lovely wife is a Chinese and had converted to Muslim before we got married. She did the conversion procedure at Pejabat Dakwah Paroi, Negeri Sembilan. It is a place within Seremban vicinity.

I helped her through out the process of adaptation. I called and inquired quite lots number of people before we essentially do anything.

At first, we had thought that the process would be difficult but it was entirely simple and straightforward. Also, the people at the officials are very friendly and helpful. They even joke a little bit so that my wife wouldn’t feel too nervous.

With slight help from me and mostly she did on her own, my wife had successfully converted to Muslim. How did she do it, I will elaborate it in this post.

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Slice that Credit Card interest in a proper way

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Having a debt with credit card isn’t the nicest thing and most of us including myself knew about this. It’s the most common thing amongst young adult city folks. Tenaciously, we don’t really think of this predicament when we were happily sliding our cards at KLCC, do we?

Alas, like everyone else, I had overspent my credit card during my wedding preparation. However, I do think that the credit money was well spent; after all our own wedding is being organized once in a lifetime.

But if you are already tied up with such credit just like me and thinking of a way out, I might have suggestion how just to do it. It may not be a straight forward ultimate solution, well nothing does, but it is a good point to know.

In this article, I will describe how I pay back my credit card with less monthly interest levied.

Slice that Credit Card interest in a proper way

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Getting that Plate Number you wanted at Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan (JPJ)

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When I bought my first own car last time, I was so thrilled until I even purchased a specific Plate Number from JPJ.

At first, I thought that it’d be difficult to buy a number on my own without using the runner provided by the car sales agent. When asked, the agent told me that to buy a number would cost around RM400-RM500. Some other independent runners even quote me a lot more expensive.

I was little bit surprised when I got the estimation. Then I started to think, can it be that expensive and intricate if I had to buy the number myself. As a result, I did go to JPJ and gotten my favorite Plate Number in less than 30 minutes for only RM310.

In this post, I will illustrate the steps that I’ve taken to buy my car Plate Number at JPJ Wilayah Persekutuan office.

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Buy a Domain Name and point it to your home PC - Part 1

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Have you ever wanted to use a real cool domain name. Instead of just using http://fendyrocks.blogspot.com/ you can actually use the http://www.fendyrocks.com/. Isn’t that just sounding much more awe-inspiring?

Fascinatingly, you also can configure the ‘looking good’ domain name forwarded to your existing blogging website and also back to your home PC simultaneously. When I say PC at home, that means you gotta have an internet connection ready too. Be it dial-up or ADSL, Maxis or Streamyx, wireless or wired. And, it does not really cost you a bomb. I can assure you, by at the end of the procedure, you’d only spent RM35 (less than USD$10) to make it happen.

This article is divided into two parts. In initial part, I will portray the steps of how to register a Domain Name with a local company. And the subsequent part will be the configuration of pointing the domain name back to home PC or to another existing website.

Please bear with me as this article will be fairly long.

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Using JavaScript to change CSS Properties

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I’ve created a mixture of Javascript and CSS codes to change the location attribute of an image.

The picture can be dynamically changed without reloading the page. This is very good example if you are planning to create a CSS element and change its properties without loading the entire page.

As per usual, this code only work with browsers that support DOM. Basically, there is number of things of CSS properties can be changed. My example is only to change the top and left property respectively.

A short example of changing the CSS property using javascript is being described below.

<script type=”text/javascript”>
function changeCssProp() {
document.getElementById(”contentDiv”).style.display = “none”;
}
</script>

<div id=”contentDiv” style=”display: block“>Some Text</div>

You can see more demo at this page.

Complete zipped file is available here.

Javascript To Change Css Property

I’ve done it.

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Generate SSL Certificate on Apache 2 and mod_ssl

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My yearly self signed SSL certificate for www.fendy.org has expired. It’s quite exciting that this is my fourth time generating my own certificate. That means, I’ve already been using fendy.org for the past 4 years.

Maybe I should start to think of buying the recognised certificate from www.godaddy.com after all, it is quite cheap nowadays for a single domain.

Anyways, I’m going to describe how to create a new SSL certificate. This does not cover the installation of Apache and Mod SSL.

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Windows XP Style Web Left Panel

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Subsequent to my previous post about Windows XP Login Page, I’ve modifed the original dhtmlgoodies.com XP Widgets to have the post-login page. It is actually a web page that looks like the My Computer window on Windows XP.

The modification that I made was adding the scroll-drop-down menu to its left panel. So you can add fully functioning menu into that box.

Please take note that the original dhtmlgoodies.com Javascript isn’t small in size.

You can further see the demo here. Click at the Products to see the menu effect.

Files are available in zipped format and can be downloaded here.

XP-Panel

I learned it.

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