Wordpress and Mailgun - Making the Records Verify If you are here you already know why we are using Mailgun with WordPress, so we'll skip that. Mailgun DNS Records Won't Verify! I tried a number of solutions to get mailgun to verify my DNS records and it was a nightmare guessing game. That being said, I figured it out. A quick note on SPF records before we continue: [box … [Read more...] about Setup Mailgun with cPanel and Google Apps
Mac no longer are going to be shipped with Flash installed and Adobe announced it's no longer going to develop Flash for mobile platforms. Does this spell the end for Flash? Maybe. But not so fast... Flash is Ubiquitous... ...but only on PCs. And while Flash has an unbeatable share on the Windows platform, how long is it going to be until developers decide to find an … [Read more...] about Macs No Longer Ship with Flash Installed. Adobe Drops Mobile Flash. Is the End of Flash Near?
There are a lot of way out there to try to find a list of the Wordpress category IDs, but sometimes a simple, barebones approach is the easiest way. Let's take a look at how to find your Wordpress category ID's in around 5 minutes. A. Get into phpMyAdmin 1. If you are running Wordpress then you have a database, and thus you have a way to access your database. For most of us … [Read more...] about How to Find a List of WordPress Category IDs – 2011 – in under 5 minutes!
Those of us familiar with Dreamweaver .DWT template files know their tremendous advantages, and their limitations. One of the difficulties with .DWT templates is that once you've setup a website using .DWTs, it can be difficult to pick out a single page based on a CSS ID tag. People often use an ID attached to a <body> tag in order to be able to select and manipulate an … [Read more...] about How to Select a Single page with a CSS ID in Dreamweaver with a .DWT template.
Recently I was looking to add a forum to a website of mine (www.classicalweekly.com). In the past I've used vBulletin and phpBB but I didn't want to use either in this case. Briefly, I was a vBulletin customer but I was not happy with the way they handled their upgrade to VB4 in regards to how they treated their existing VB3 customers. And while I've had success getting phpBB … [Read more...] about SMF vs. Vanilla vs bbPress – A Quick Look