If you are using the Zend Zerver Installation on the OpenShift cloud and happen to forget your password, you may find yourself wondering where gui_passwrd.sh is located.
GitLab is a neat GitHub clone that can be installed on your own servers. I wanted to setup mine running in a virtualized Ubuntu 12.04LTS environment.
I use the Advanced Permalinks plugin on my site because I changed my permalink structure and didn’t want incoming links to return 404 errors. However, at some point the plugin has broken the RSS feed functionality of WordPress. When I visit the feed url on my site, a blank page is returned with no errors.
I recently updated to Ubuntu 10.04 which includes PHP-5.3 by default. Ever since that upgrade I’ve had trouble with Xdebug not displaying HTML in its output: instead it would output human-readable text which becomes quite unreadable when rendered in the browser without
When WordPress cannot directly access the filesystem to do plugin updates / installs, it falls back to using FTP to preform the changes. However, this commonly requires the user to enter their FTP information on each change. I have created a wordpress plugin that will permanently save the FTP information without the need to edit the wp-config.php file.
Check it out Here
The other day when I was setting up email notifications for a Zend Framework application, I stumbled across Fakemail.
From the developers website:
fakemail is a fake mail server that captures emails as files for acceptance testing. This avoids the excessive configuration of setting up a real mail server and trying to extract mail queue content.
Today I was optimizing a site that uses heavy PHP and Ajax. I wanted to reduce the amount of data that was being sent from the server. To put this in perspective, if there were no cache hits in a page load there would be a total of 755 KB pulled down over 123 requests.