The origin of the information: http://www.reelseo.com/video-xml-sitemaps-video/ The best way to get it to google videos is by creating a video sitemap. Once you make a sitemap and specify a URL where your video is supposed to be, Google will go to your page and verify that the video is really there. Without these elements, the […]
These are the must haves, if you want your blog to be successful, and problem free 1) Active your Akismet plugin 2) Install Google Analitycs for WordPress from the get go. 3) Ditto for SEO. Here’s a good plugin: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/seo-ultimate/ 4) Subscribe to the following free auto-listing and update services (under “Settings / Writting”): http://codex.wordpress.org/Update_Services This […]
So you setup a page with phpinfo() on it, and the php.ini path indicated by it does not actually contain a php.ini file? Kind of a weird bug I run across. After searching for all my php.ini files in my linux box (find / -name php.ini) and not being able to find the appropiate one […]
The source says it all: http://forums.digitalpoint.com/showthread.php?s=54a41b4d013e9c78bbb65201b35f70c7&t=13408
The solution may be something really simple you overlooked: make sure your form contains the enctype=”multipart/form-data” part.
It’s weird, but running system / administration / services fedora UI interface is not really changing the services when I hit the restart or enable buttons. I couldn’t find the answer to the bug, but a workaround to fix it (at least for sshd being run at startup) is to enable sshd through the command line, with the […]
So weird, but if you are to define a variable in IE 7 as follows: var dobj = document.getElementById(’dataDiv’); and you do so on the <head> </head> part of your page, it won’t work, unless you call the function that contains that line from the <body onload=… so you are sure that the ‘dataDiv’ tag […]
This only means you did not configure that specific database to be compiled with php. For example, if you get that error when trying to connect to a mysql database, make sure that when you run ./configure (when installing php) you included the -with–mysql option.
Use Sun Virtualbox. It is open source, it is free, and it runs great. Here’s the link to the tutorial: http://www.sitepoint.com/blogs/2009/04/20/virtualbox-review/ http://www.sitepoint.com/blogs/2009/10/27/build-your-own-dev-server-with-virtualbox/
Another thing that artificially creates an space between adjacent vertical divs, at least in IE 7, is the <form blah blah ..> tag. I could not figure out where the extra space was coming from, until I moved the <form> starting tag somewhere else I could see that the problem was created by that.