It’s not unusual to see all sorts of problems and errors on the Walgreens lighted signs around here. But this one is the best with the temperature at 506 degrees F. I don’t know if it was intentional, but if it was, props to the employee who went with the fun and added the other slides between the temperature screen!
I recently set up a web page for downloading an e-book that is available in multiple formats. I had already been using a small document icon to decorate PDF download links, and now I wanted matching icons for the mobi and EPUB format too.
This falls under the category of sometimes it’s the little mundane things that can get me excited…
I recently updated my robotic lawn mower site running an old version of MediaWiki to the current (as of this writing) version 1.17.0. The wiki had been filled with a bunch of spam users so after cleaning that up I thought I would add in the trusty Bad Behavior extension to keep some of the bad guys away. Long story short: it didn’t work and despite much Googling I couldn’t find a current solution.
I’ve recently been evaluating WordPress shopping cart plugins to choose the best one for a project I’m working on. One of things I wanted to know is what database tables, custom post type, and custom taxonomies each plugin adds. The reason is that I favor plugins that don’t add extra tables because it’s easier, faster, and safer to use the well-tested functions already built into WordPress to customize the way I want the site to work. Continue reading Finding WordPress Custom Post Types and Taxonomies Already in Use