Subversion via Apache on Ubuntu

Subversion via Apache on Ubuntu

After using Subversion and different Linux servers (now Ubuntu) for quite a while this is the only How-To that I’ve found that is easy to follow and works straight away. David Winter Now I can access my code repository from work and come home to work from the same system here. Update: Except I now …

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Move to the Light

Move to the Light

Very cool work with photos and then extended for other objects outside the norm, like div’s. And there’s even a WP plugin. Lightbox JS The WordPress version

Being a Tidy Kiwi

Being a Tidy Kiwi

Harry Fuecks blogs about cleaning up form input which is something every web developer needs to watch. One of the comments points to PHP Input Filter which looks like it does things the simple way, i.e. I may be able to follow it.

Sexy Web Stats

Sexy Web Stats

Have you ever seen your website usage stats look so pretty? Mint provides a fresh look at your site. It is concise, flexible and timely. And to sweeten the deal, this delicious little bundle of PHP, MySQL, and JavaScript joy is referrer-spam-proof.

Bug Stalking

Bug Stalking

Informative article by Joel Spolsky on the proposed life of software bugs. Explains how their product FogBUGZ uses this lifecycle to manage their bugs. Painless Bug Tracking

Extending Themes

Extending Themes

It seems that a lot of newer WordPress themes are now focussing on more than just looks and layout and completely changing the feel of the product. No longer do I browse through the WP Themes and think they all look the same. Works like Kiwi and Hemingway will make blog readers work to find …

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