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Fix for Webmin LaunchDaemon issue

2. January 2016

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With Webmin 1.760 and 1.770, we were running into a situation where we had to keep running the setup install script from Terminal, as Webmin seemed as though it was not installed. From Terminal, we ran: sudo /Users/[user]/Sites/webmin-1.770/setup.sh and then it was fine. But after a restart, we ran into the same issue where the […]

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Webmin mySQL backup schedule won’t save

27. September 2009

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On two Mac OS X 10.5.8 boxes, we are running Webmin 1.490 and are having issues with the mySQL backup schedule. If we choose “Schedule backup enabled”: Yes, Simple schedule, and then choose “Daily at Midnight”, it takes us to a confirmation screen that says: “Scheduled backup for database enabled.” But when we return to […]

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WordPress 2.7 is out

12. December 2008

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Time to do it: backup your Wodpress database, deactivate all of your plugins, ftp the new WP files (make sure to keep your themes, plugins, and config file), update the database, and you are done. WordPress 2.7 is awesome. It has a slick new admin interface, it is easier to find settings and features, and […]

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PHP characters that need to be escaped

30. November 2008

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In writing PHP code, several characters need to be “escaped” for the code to run properly. If not, the browser will be blank or show errors. The following characters have to be escaped, which means you write a backslash ( \ ) in front of it. For example: \- (the hiphen) or \. (the dot). […]

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Gmail adds Calendar & Documents gadget

28. October 2008

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Google has done it again with its Google Labs. They have enabled you to see your Google Calendar and Documents all within the Gmail email page. The “Gadgets” make it much easier than going to each separate page to view your Calendar or Documents. 1.  Sign into your Gmail account. 2.  Click “Settings”, upper right. […]

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Easy PHP Framework: CodeIgniter

11. October 2008

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Ruby on Rails started the framework race, so we’ve been trying several of them. Since we are PHP developers, we tried CakePHP. We liked it, but its configuration is complicated. We stumbled upon CodeIgniter and were surprised how easy is was to install; in, fact it’s zero config! Here’s a summary from EllisLab: “CodeIgniter is […]

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Links to web development Cheat Sheets

6. October 2008

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Here are a list of web development cheat sheets we have found: CSS cheat sheet: http://www.addedbytes.com/cheat-sheets/download/css-cheat-sheet-v2.png Regular Expression cheat sheet: http://www.addedbytes.com/cheat-sheets/download/regular-expressions-cheat-sheet-v2.png PHP cheat sheet: http://www.addedbytes.com/cheat-sheets/download/php-cheat-sheet-v2.png MySQL cheat sheet: http://www.addedbytes.com/cheat-sheets/download/mysql-cheat-sheet-v1.png HTML cheat sheet: http://www.addedbytes.com/cheat-sheets/download/html-cheat-sheet-v1.png HTML character entities cheat sheet: http://www.addedbytes.com/cheat-sheets/download/html-character-entities-cheat-sheet.png Javascript cheat sheet: http://www.addedbytes.com/cheat-sheets/download/javascript-cheat-sheet-v1.png Ruby on Rails cheat sheet: http://www.addedbytes.com/cheat-sheets/download/ruby-on-rails-cheat-sheet-v1.png

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