I get asked a lot how/what the selectors are in infinite-scroll and how to figure them out. So lets start from the beginning.. infinite-scroll uses jQuery selectors (which are based on CSS selectors) to find content and posts in order to load the content from the next page. Because web pages are different, we need to define ourselves what selectors infinite-scroll should use.
I spent a while trying to figure this out; but it’s quite simple (though I find rather counter-intuitive). Essentially when you create an object in PHP you are allocating memory to that object. When you want to remove that object you can use the unset() function (just like on most things in PHP). The problem occurs when there are variables stored inside the object — unset() doesn’t delete these from memory. This is because unset() doesn’t trigger the object’s destructor. A simple way around it is to explicitly call the destructor and then unset the object like so:
$myobject=new CrazySystem();$myobject->LargeVariable=file_get_contents("VeryLargeFile.txt");//Now we want to delete the object and everything it contains$myobject->__destruct();unset($myobject);//It's now all gone!
Hope that helps anyone who was wondering why unsetting object still wasn’t freeing memory!
There is one catch. Because Facebook now only loads a few of your friends at a time, you have to scroll all the way down the invite list until you hit the very bottom (all your friends are displayed). You then just paste the following into the URL bar and hit enter:
This is just a note to myself really, below is the regular expression for a string or in my case password where you require it to have at least one letter, one number, a limited selection of special characters (optional) and a minimum of 8 characters in length:
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