‘Tutorials’ Category Archive
I recently started using Redmine to keep track of my freelance projects. I’ve found it to fit most of my needs. For the price — free — you can’t complain about anything. Some handy features include issue tracking, time tracking, wiki, file storage & upload (intended for software “packages”), and repository integration. This tutorial focusesRead the whole post.
The intention here is to augment the form rather than force it into behavior we want.
CodeIgniter has some handy security features that sometimes get in the way. One such feature is URI scrubbing for disallowed characters. There are probably more secure ways to tell a script what email address to use than to pass it directly via URI. I’m using this for a simple intranet application to manage email recipientsRead the whole post.
Is Twitter Tools not working for you? Maybe you downloaded Twitter Tools through the WordPress UI? Perhaps the ‘activation’ didn’t work out properly and the local cache database table wasn’t created. At this point, the installation is broken. Don’t worry, it isn’t that hard to fix. All we have to do is set up theRead the whole post.