Now I discover that Internet Explorer users (you know, what most of the world uses) has problems with some of pages here. For one thing, the email page doesn’t work on IE because of some issue with the caching plugin. And now I find that there’s ANOTHER issue with comment submission on IE that I [...]
Saving this code snippet so I don’t have to look this up again. Move along! Nothing to see!
I’ve been using that new Caching Plugin by Ricardo Galli since April 14th. Which means that my email contact form has been broken since then. Sigh. The WordPress 1.5 system has a new hook that allows a caching system to be inserted. It’s not a simple plugin that you activate/deactivate. It works pretty well on [...]
I have been noticing intermittent Internal Server Error messages occuring with WordPress for the past several weeks, and inquired today with my ISP, Pair Networks, about the problem. Apparently, my blog is exceeding the allowed memory allocation for scripts allowed to run on their server. In other words, I’m being a memory hog. The culprit? [...]
Recently I noted some suspicious activity: some images were being retrieved from my web server without a corresponding page view. That usually means someone is stealing my bandwidth. How does it work? Say someone has decided they like a particular image on my site, so they “link it” to some other website elsewhere. This means [...]
:http://www.alistapart.com/articles/cssemail/ Today I am researching HTML Email for a client newsletter. Out of the blue, I got another call from a friend asking about the very same thing. With the advent of Spring comes the blossoming of a thousand e-marketing initiatives! Anyway, it seems like this should be straightforward cut-and-paste job, but there are several [...]
I hacked in some code that allows you to click the main header image to see the next one in the sequence. This is more convenient, I think. I set a “cookie” that holds the current image number, and your browser will remember it for 30 days. Sordid technical details follow!