Posts tagged with ‘Gweeping’

  • Bad Behavior vs WP-Hashcash

    December 9, 2005

    A visitor reported that he was seeing PHP errors on my Contact Form page, and was good enough to...

    Dave Seah
  • Funny Newsletter…from Microsoft?

    December 6, 2005

    As part of my Action Pack subscription, I’m subscribed to a number of fluffy Microsoft Partner newsletters filled with...

    Dave Seah
  • Email Me! No Really, It’s Working This Time!

    November 11, 2005

    I was updating some plugins, most notably wp-cache, wp-hashcash, and wp-contact form. I’ve been bitten on the ass by...

    Dave Seah
  • WordPress WIMP Notes

    November 7, 2005

    More notes to myself, on the experience of installing WordPress on Windows Server 2003 Standard, IIS, MySQL, and PHP....

    Dave Seah
  • Mystery ? Warning

    October 17, 2005

    I just noticed that WordPress defaults to using a right-angle quote (the raquo; entity) as the separator, which seems...

    Dave Seah
  • A Quick Tour of Visual Studio

    October 15, 2005

    I catching up with Peter, who among other things teaches an Introduction to Visual Basic at Endicott College. I...

    Dave Seah
  • Mint, .htaccess, and Me

    September 26, 2005

    I purchased Shaun Inman’s Mint web statistics tracking package last week, and I’m really enjoying it. It’s just so...

    Dave Seah
  • WP Contact Form Spam Attack!

    September 1, 2005

    I’ve gotten some unusual emails through the contact form lately, so I’ve disabled it until I can determine whether...

    Dave Seah
  • CSS Resources

    August 15, 2005

    A note to myself: 10 great CSS resources. Via Slashdot.

    Dave Seah
  • Weird WordPress Session Problem

    August 11, 2005

    There’s a feature in PHP called Sessions that allows a bunch of web pages to share the same variables;...

    Dave Seah
  • Fog Creek Copilot

    August 9, 2005

    Fog Creek Software, the company that Joel built, has a new product that promises easy remote assistance between computers....

    Dave Seah
  • Mark Russinovich’s Blog

    August 1, 2005

    Sysinternals is the freeware side of software company Winternals that specializes in the dark mysteries of Windows computing. This...

    Dave Seah