What happened to vTiger CRM --the fork of SugarCRM-- after the upgrade to versions 5.2x? Among many good and improved things, the PDF generating libraries have changed paths. Some plug and play, or click and point, PDF making extensions, crafted for 5.1x won't work with the new versions 5.2x -- until they will be upgraded at their turn, of course.
In the while, for the code-minded people, here's the new list of
Faye asked me for some descriptions. I wrote her back in a more descriptive way. Then she asked for more. I added even more description space. But she wants even more, something like drawing sketches or schematics? Sure do, time to install Google SketchUp 8 on my old but sturdy ThinkPad. Only thing is that I'm running OpenSuse Linux and Google SktechUp is an application crafted only for Windows and Mac OSX.
Your fancy Drupal site is growing more and more populous with user, and anonymous, submitted articles. It's time you manage the moderation queue in a streamlined manner. Because your time is precious, why not setup an automated notify system, in Drupal, that will trigger an email to the given address whenever a visitor will submit a new article to the pending queue for moderation.
For years, the Joomla! content management system was doing a great job at handling paper publications over to the web audiences. There is a solid component for Joomla!, called Flipping Book, that takes JPG image files and converts them throughout an Adobe Flash script into an ebook that you can flip, as the name is telling us.
Nice news for web designers:
"The Google Font Directory lets you browse all the fonts available via the Google Font API. All fonts in the directory are available for use on your website under an open source license and are served by Google servers."
You may download these fonts for free or a fee (your choice) or you may simply call Google Font API in the code of your web site. Just make sure to paste the selected code as the first element in the of your html document.
Your online business is growing out of an old e-store application, or you wanna start selling online, and start good. Below are some considerations regarding the shopping cart software we're recommending, and why. A comparative analysis:
It's been a while since we were toying with this little Google Tool: Page Speed, the Web Performance Tool.
As a module in Apache, we recently enabled the page speed optimization tool on all our client web sites. The increase in download speed per page should be visibly double.
Page Speed, the Web Performance Tool
Now also an Apache module!
With the recent 3.x version, Wordpress is proving capable to handle vast amounts of data along with versatile CMS functions, quite similar to Drupal. Nothing wrong with Drupal. On the contrary, think that Drupal is rather a CMF than a CMS, or a Content Mangement Frame, superior to the Content Mangement System.
But sometimes Drupal is just too expensive to manage. And maybe less cute and GUI friendly than the Wordpress Thesis Theme and its "Big Save Ass Button" -- in our times they called it RESET. All in all, my guessing is that ladies would prefer a glass of Thesis on the Wordpress, while men are fine with just Drupal, cold from the fridge.
It's about placing a simple PHP script in the top of the template file to password protect it. BUT the problem is that PDG Commerce templates are HTML files. When I add the PHP script, and change it to a PHP file, the PDG Commerce can no longer process the template. Do you know of a way to have the HTML template file call the PHP script?
Spam registrations serve a subtle malicious cause: fake accounts controlled by bots to gain access over restricted areas of web sites. Using their rights to either fill in comments with junk URLs or worse: when finding a file upload field, to upload malicious binary files, capable to self deploy inside your server, trying to change access permissions on files and folders, a process that ends up with your web site hacked, defaced, data stolen, your online business being compromised.
Besides vigilance, there's no