Create mobile and iPad versions of your WordPress site
Creating different versions of a WordPress site is no easy task, especially for the blogger who also becomes an occasional theme developer. A proper mobile version should start out at site planning, theme design and user behavior.
But what if you already have a nice looking site but don’t want to spend the time and money? At least there is a solution, WPtouch.
WPtouch is a WordPress plugin for self-hosted WordPress websites that shows a well-designed mobile theme version of your site ...
Best Free Beat Making Software
Beat Making can be a great way to earn money and build a career in the music industry. Up to now, you only had a couple of options when it came to selecting a beat maker.
The first was to pay a high price for high priced high end equipment. The other option was to get affordable software that you could afford, but made beats that sounded like crap.
Here you find all types of software for making hip hop beats with ...
iFrame problems in WordPress solved
Help: WordPress iFrame and Embed not working! The issue where in WordPress iFrames not working, or simply disappear was introduced with version 2.2 There seems to be a known problem with iFrames in posts and pages, starting with WordPress 2.2.1 to be exact, which happens when editors use the internal WYSIWYG editor. A lot of users have reported this issue in frustration.
Initial saving of the content was fine, but subsequently editing and re-saving is would strip iFrame tags. A less ...
Moving a Subversion Repository
At some point in a developers life, we have to upgrade, switch hosting providers or replace broken hardware and with that comes the inevitable. Moving all of our apps, data and configuration settings, and eventually our holy repository. And with that comes also the task of moving a subversion repository.
Moving an SVN repository from one Subversion server to another, while carrying over the entire version history information may seem like a daunting task, but fortunately it’s rather quite easy and ...
Create Your Own Folders On The iPad
Creating our own folders to organize files has always been on top of the wish list for the iPad. With iOS 4.2 we finally have the capability of creating desktop folders to store applications, photos, videos or any other content.
In addition, creating folders on the iPad is an easy way to limit the number of screens we have to scroll through when searching for a file or an application.Create folders on iPad and iPhone
Create a ...
Free Open Source HTML5 eBook Creator
The Baker framework is a free open source ebook creator, a platform to create books for the iPad and iPhone. The framework was developed by a team of Italian software geeks, allowing designers and web developers to transform fixed-width HTML5 pages into an e-book format and subsequently publish the finished product.
All publishers have to do is follow the Apple App Store submission guidelines. The first step involves creating a HTML5 version of your book with fixed width of 768 pixels ...
Redis High Speed Storage Or Cache System
NoSQL databases are the hype, with MongoBD and CouchDB on the forefront, while Memcache has found a place in many high load web applications during the past few years. Each of these applications has their own, very specific characteristic. MongoDB finds its usage where single key-value pairs are not sufficient, but adds a slight overhead and complexity with its hash table like multi field storage architecture. CouchDB is an ideal candidate where single key-value pair storage engine is sufficient.
And there ...
How To Install Snow Leopard From USB
Ever been without a DVD/CDROM or installation disk? Especially MacBook Air users undoubtedly come across this situation. This article will explain how to install Snow Leopard from an external device such as USB or disk drive.
You will need an appropriately sized external drive or USB Flash Drive, as the Snow Leopard install DVD’s size is about 6.2 gigabytes. An 8GB USB stick like the SanDisk Cruzer 8GB is the perfect choice.
Now let’s plug in that USB stick and get started.Install Snow ...
Install true type Fonts in Ubuntu
Install true type fonts in Ubuntu is a rather easy task, but often we don’t take the time to look for nice fonts and install them. Whether for local use in out OS, or for graphic or web design, a nice font gives personality and character.
With literally thousands of free fonts available on the Internet, from sites such as 1001 Free Fonts or DaFont, who could resist to add that extra spice to their documents or websites. A carefully chosen ...
How to recover a lost Linux root password
Forgot your root password? Nice going. What now? Reinstall the machine from ground up? Sadly enough, I’ve seen this happening all too often while it’s surprisingly easy to change the password knowing the correct procedure. While this doesn’t work in all cases (like if you secured your machine with a GRUB password and forgot that as well), but here’s the procedure in case of a CentOS Linux machine.Recover Linux root password in Cent OS
Start off by rebooting your system. At ...