For me, a major WordPress Blog annoyance is the WordPress Revisions feature. It essentially saves a copy of your post or page every time you update it. If you share my frustration, here’s how to stop or limit WordPress Revisions and clean current revisions from your database.
Yes, the title of this post is a good question. At the moment I don’t have the answer, but I sure am trying to find it and hopefully, by the end of this post I will have it. Update: I’ll save you some time and tell you now that I failed in making OpenERP workContinue reading “How to make OpenERP work on Ubuntu Server 9.10”
Your problem: you’re running Ubuntu and your current Firefox 3.0.11 is not offering you the much anticipated, very exciting upgrade to Firefox 3.5. So you’ve downloaded the firefox-3.5.tar.bz2 file and now you want to know how to install it. Update: If you’ve already installed Firefox 3.5 and now want to upgrade to Firefox 3.5.1 thenContinue reading “Installing Firefox-3.5.tar.bz2 on Ubuntu 9.04”
I love it when I log into my WordPress admin area and it tells me that a new WordPress is available. I love upgrades. Yes, really. On this occasion, however, I lost the battle when I came face to face with the WordPress 2.6 Upgrade and a 404 Error.
In Part 3 it’s just a question of getting it to work.
In Part 2 of the mission of the week, we look at how to set it all up on HostGator. The chosen host, because that’s where I host my websites, you see.
Mission this week: a web form that can securely accept data via a website and deliver it by email. The solutions was secure communications with SSL, gnuPG and PHP. Let me walk you though it.