Monthly Archive:: November 2013
Uh oh! It’s that time again! Remember how in my post titled GoDaddy Woes – Legacy Economy Package Cannot Be Upgraded For cPanel how I mentioned there were issues with Verio I’d likely bring up soon? No? Oh. Ok. Well, the time has come, as they continue to provide terrible customer support to their customers.
Many people hate Windows 8 to death. Why? Solely because of the new “start menu” design. Some people have other reasons too (such as compatibility issues that may crop up ocassionally), but by-and-large, it’s the start menu. Me, though, I do not hate Windows 8. In fact, I was an early adopter of it, having
“Do you like Internet Explorer?” — Ask this questions to any web developer, and you’ll likely hear the answer “Heck no!”. And it’s for good reason: IE has played by its own rules instead of following standards, for ages. With every upgrade, however, they push towards remedying this. For that, they have my kudos…even though
Whenever I encounter issues with a hosting provider, I make sure to share the experience here, as was done with my experience with the bad MediaTemple GridServers. This post is dedicated to a gripe with GoDaddy Economy hosting accounts that were purchased a couple years ago. GoDaddy now offers cPanel as a free addon to
I had the distinct pleasure of getting to utilize SimplePie recently for a small project that was requested by a client. What is SimplePie? Here’s their description: SimplePie is a very fast and easy-to-use feed parser, written in PHP, that puts the ‘simple’ back into ‘really simple syndication It works well. Very well — when
MediaTemple is a great hosting company. They give you access to all the tools you need, especially when using a DV server, and they have awesome, responsive support. Unfortunately, their KnowledgeBase guides are a bit…outdated…and occasionally not 100% correct. It can leave you going “DERP! I did that! Why you no work!?” Obviously, this occurred
One of the great things about Twitter’s Bootstrap 2 and Bootstrap 3 are the responsive utility classes. It makes hiding / showing content on only specific resolution sizes or devices easy. Other than the grid system, it’s one of the key features utilized in the framework. What if you wanted to bring that over to