sudo useradd -d /home/web/ -m web #web is our desired username. sudo passwd web, sudo apt-get install tasksel sudo apt-get install nano #if not installed. sudo tasksel #Then select lamp, continue and follow directions. sudo apt-get install phpmyadmin sudo apt-get install … Continue reading
Want to create your own jQuery slider, or looking for a really simple one. The html All slides is wrapped in the #slider div. A slide is wrapped in a .slider-item div and must have the data-image-big attribute with a … Continue reading
Wordpress 3.5 Beta 2 is up for testing with the new media manager and the responsive theme TwentyTwelve is released to the public.
With todays launch of OS X Mountain Lion (10.8) I ran into some problems running applications through MacPorts’ Wine which had previously been running just fine. The error I was getting was the following: Application tried to create a window, … Continue reading
Codeigniter is a simple and easy to use MVC based php framework that allows you to speed up the development time on your projects, by giving you alot of handy functionality at your fingertips.
This will be the first article in a series of many that will show you allot of aspects of the codeigniter framework and how to use them. In this first step we will show how to install the framework on your server and set it up to use pretty links (like this blog)
Font Awesome brings you a quick and easy method of using over 200 vector icons on your website by just including a custom made font. It even supports IE7!
Internet Explorer 8 and below have problems applying CSS to the new HTML5 elements like header and article. That means you have to hack around in CSS/HTML to support all different browser version of IE. If you didn’t know, you probably will … Continue reading
Are you tired of having to update your WordPress installation or plugins with normal FTP, or maybe you don’t even use FTP on your server at all? This very short two-step tutorial shows you how to enable SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol) in WordPress.
This tutorial will show you have to add a Wordpress shortcode that can let your user easly insert qr-code images into any content space that allows shortcodes.