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How to create or use your php page in a third party theme or template

A custom page allows you to have different layout, look and feel from regular pages in WordPress. You can even have it work as full fledged PHP page which is what you want right? Here is what you should do: Create a page call it my-custom-page.php and save it under your theme directory.Now, edit this php file and write the following line at the top of the page
php /* Template Name: My Custom Page */?>Write your PHP code under the custom page definition line, you can call your other WP template, functions inside this file.Start like
php require_once("header.php");?> or whatever way you are integrating your header and footer to keep the layout consistent.Since this is a custom page, you NEED TO CREATE A PAGE from WordPress admin panel.Go to Admin=>Pages=>AddNewAdd a page title, depending upon how you have coded the custom page, you might add page body (description) as well. You can fully skip the description if it’s written in the custom php page.At right hand…

How to check if a port is being used on your system

Open Command Prompt with Admin Rights

Type :

netstat -ano|find "3306"

Note: Change 3306 to any port you which to find

My funny video part one

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There's a booming cannabis/weed business in Lagos and no one is talking about it As Nigerians sit home today to celebrate the the 2017 May Day, it is important we take a moment to reflect on an issue that's fast becoming a menace in the society. We all know it, we see it but we choose to turn a blind eye to it. Some 5/10 years ago, It used to be difficult to get access to weed/cannabis let alone smoke it in public places. Back then touts sell it 'codedly' at select places like the then Kuramo beach, Oshodi under bridge, garages and other dark spots. Those who sell and smoke it do so with fear and a certain level of respect for the law but fast forward to 2017, caution has been thrown to the wind and you find weed/cannabis readily available and publicly smoked with a level of recklessness that's scary. It's getting really bad that any one can get these drugs that has now evolved from just weed to all sorts of narcotics with different names like 'Weed, SK, Loud, Arizona, Igbeshin, codeine, refnol, shisha' and it's readily available at night clubs, pubs, joints, mechanic workshops even cab drivers peddle it and no one is doing anything about it. Lagos State and indeed Nigeria has a huge decision to make and it needs to happen soon. We need to decide if we want to run a referendum to legalise Cannabis or totally fight it. In the course of this report, LIB spoke to users of cannabis who spoke to us anonymously. Most of them eulogised the health benefits of cannabis, how cannabis is causing major breakthrough in medicine one even said, 'bros abeg go read about am, cannabis is good for your body, if you google am you go see am'. Another respondent told us, 'if it's as bad as you claim why is it being legalised in many deleoped countries? abi you get sense pass them?'. What the Law says: Created in 1990, the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has the job of curtailing the consumption of drugs in Nigeria. And the 2004 NDLEA Act is explicitly clear on the use/sale of drugs with clearly outlined punishments. Section 11(2) (b) of the act says, 'in respect of offences under paragraphs (c), (f), (g) and (i) thereof, anyone found guilty will be imprisoned for a term not less than fifteen years and not exceeding twenty-five years. Other releveant sections of the law says; 11. (1) Any person who, without lawful authority (the proof of which shall lie on him) commits any of the following Offences, that is to say (a) engages in the production, manufacture, extraction, preparation, offering, offering for sale, distribution, sale, delivery on any terms whatsoever, brokerage, dispatch, dispatch in transit, transportation, importation or exportation of any narcotic drug or any psychotropic substance contrary to the provisions of the 1961 Convention and its Protocols, or the 1971 Convention and its Protocols or the United Nations Convention Against illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances 1989; (b) engages in the cultivation of opium, opium poppy, coca bush or cannabis plant for the purpose of the production of narcotic drugs contrary to the 1961 Convention; (c) has in his possession or engages or purchases any narcotic drug or psychotropic substance for the purpose of any of the activities enumerated in paragraph (a) of this subsection; (d) engages in the acquisition, possession or use of property knowing at the time of its acquisition, possession or use that such property was derived from any offence referred to in this section; (e) engages in the possession of equipment or material or substance listed in the Second Schedule to this Act knowing that such equipment, material or substance are to be used in or for the illicit cultivation, production or manufacture of narcotic drugs or psychotropic substances; (f) incites or induces any person by any means whatsoever to commit any of the offences referred to in this section; (g) conspires with, aids, abets, counsels or attempts to commit any of the offences referred to in this section; (h) engages in the manufacture, transportation or distribution of equipment, materials or of any substance listed in the Second Schedule to this Act knowing that such equipment, material or substance are to be used in or for the illicit cultivation, production or manufacture of narcotic drugs or psychotropic substances; (i) engages in the management, organisation or financing of any of the offences under paragraphs (a) to (e) and (h) of this subsection; (j) engages in the conversion or transfer of property knowing that such property is derived from any offence under this subsection; (k) engages in the concealment or disguise of the true nature, source, location, disposition, movement, rights with respect to or ownership of property knowing that such property is derived from any offence referred to in this section, shall be guilty of an offence under this Act and subject to the provisions of subsection (3) of this section, be liable on conviction to the penalties provided in subsection (2) of this section. Federation (2) The penalties for offences under subsection (1) of this section shall- (a) in respect of an offence under paragraphs (a), (b), (d), (e), (h) and (j) thereof, be imprisonment for life; (b) in respect of offences under paragraphs (c), (f), (g) and (i) thereof, be imprisonment for a term not less than fifteen years and not exceeding twenty-five years. (3) The Tribunal before whom an accused is being convicted may in addition to the punishment prescribed in subsection (2) of this section, make an order requiring an offender to undergo measures such as treatment, education, aftercare, rehabilitation or social re-integration. (4) Notwithstanding subsections (2) and (3) of this section, the Tribunal before whom a minor is being convicted may, in an appropriate case, make an order as the circumstances may determine- (a) either as an alternative to conviction or punishment; or (b) for treatment, education, aftercare, rehabilitation, social integration of the offender. Conclusion: The truth is, weed is weed, cannabis is cannabis, marijuana is marijuana and they are all dangerous narcotics. No matter how we justify it with it's fast growing medical advantage or the fact that most countries are beginning to legalise it, hard drugs will always remain hard drugs and it'll always be bad for your health in the long run! Written by Adedayo Sowemimo

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As Nigerians sit home today to celebrate the the 2017 May Day, it is important we take a moment to reflect on an issue that's fast becoming a menace in the society. We all know it, we see it but we choose to turn a blind eye to it.
Some 5/10 years ago, It used to be difficult to get access to weed/cannabis let alone smoke it in public places. Back then touts sell it 'codedly' at select places like the then Kuramo beach, Oshodi under bridge, garages and other dark spots.
Those who sell and smoke it do so with fear and a certain level of respect for the law but fast forward to 2017, caution has been thrown to the wind and you find weed/cannabis readily available and publicly smoked with a level of recklessness that's scary.
It's getting really bad that any one can get these drugs that has now evolved from just weed to all sorts of narcotics with different names like 'Weed, SK, Loud, Arizona, Igbeshin, codeine, refnol, shisha' and it's readily available at ni…

A new site that tries to stop online fraud in Nigeria

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Persistently, the scourge of online scams has been a problem in Nigeria, and indeed Africa. Unsuspecting citizens have been sleeved of their funds online by fraudulent persons who pose with one shady business transaction or the other and those who set up fake ecommerce platforms or offers.

While the problem has persisted over the years, there have been attempts to curb it’s nuisance but the scammers have had the better laugh as they seemed hard to track, majorly because of their pseudo identities which sometimes can be more than one. It was to this end that a young Nigerian called a team together and they began work on a startup platform known as SCAM ALERT NG ( www.scamalertng.com).

SCAM ALERT NG has a database of online scammers and is made available to the public and anybody who wants to verify an ecommerce platform, seller or people making an offer to them that involves money before going ahead with such transactions. The database has the names, phone numbers, account numbers and o…

How I Fund My GT Bank Dollar MasterCard

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Earlier, I shared info on how you can get dollar MasterCard at GTBank Nigeria.

In this post, I want to quickly share with you, how to transfer money to Guaranty Trust Bank Dollar Master Card. Funding the card is quite easy. I fund mine via the GurantyTrust Bank Internet Banking or by making use of the GTBank mobile app.

How?
Sign in to your GT Bank Internet banking dashboardClick on "Account Transfers"Click on "Own Account Transfer"Select your GTBank dorm account from the "From" drop-downSelect your dollar card account number from the "To" drop downEnter the amount you want to transferClick "Submit"


Press the white button on your GTbank token device and type the transaction code generated in the space provided to approve the transfer.

If successful, the amount transferred will reflect in the balance of the GTBank dollar card account.

That's all.

Onyeoma Tochukwu Nnamani traditional marriage #9jaBoomBox

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Jolly Music By Onyeoma Tochukwu Nnamani #9jaBoomBox

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Onyeoma Tochukwu Comedy

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Anyi Ga Aganiru By Onyeoma Tochukwu Nnamani

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Tribute to Late Chief Izuchukwu Nwajiaku Eze Ndi Igbo Na Malaysia By...

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Ife Onye Gabu Kaogabu By Onyeoma Tochukwu Nnamani

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Download Mr Rain feat Rexdon Mighty _ Carry My Heart Go

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