Posts Tagged ‘code

I recently started using the Lightbox 2 WordPress plugin on my Marbella news site to automatically add the zooming overlay effect to certain images. It is really plug & play and works out of the box. I did encounter however that my pages stopped validating as XHTML 1.1 which is the standard doctype on all […]

Do you know what is worse than not knowing the solution or even the reason to a problem? Well, that must be, knowing that you have experienced the same problem in the past and resolved it, but no matter how much you try, you can not remember at all what the problem was due and […]

For my Marbella news site I recently hired an excellent free-lance writer on Elance to assist me in composing quality articles. As the site is also powered by WordPress I added him as a contributor to start of with. He explained he had some trouble adding images per the guide I sent him. The “Upload/Insert” […]

Writing my earlier post about the textarea issue I initially ended up with a funny looking post. It was due to the examples of HTML code included in the post not being parsed properly. Apparently I had been writing my post in HMTL mode instead of Visual mode and all the HTML code was parsed […]

This one I struggled to find the right formula to get it working. The solution was so simple and basic that I wonder why I did not just try it before all the complicated approaches. I basically needed to have line breaks occurring in the default value of a textarea field inside a HTML form. […]

Virtualmin & suEXEC

15, Dec 2008

If by chance you have installed the Webmin module Virtualmin at some point you may have come across the following error message when setting up the module: Failed to save enabled features: The Suexec command on your system is configured to only run scripts under /var/www, but the Virtualmin base directory is /home. CGI and […]

When writing something I usually have a hard time categorising the content as very seldom it will fit into one single category. The solution to this may simply be adding it to more categories instead but then the category hierarchy actually breaks. Instead I definitely prefer to assign tags to content which is much more […]


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