I’ve spoken with two new users of my MostWanted plugin during the last week, both of whom were keen on using the fixstats feature, which I’d written, but which I’d never actually linked-in to he code. So here’s a new version of MostWanted the at includes the capability to fix the stats which StatTraq doesn’t correctly handle (because of permalinks). Continue reading
How can I tell my Apache server that MSIE prefers JPEG files over PNG? Continue reading
This website – like any website that allows readers to submit comments – receives comment-spam, usually advertising medicines, gambling, or other vices.
Two small updates to the MostWanted plugin, rolled into one release. Continue reading
Portsmouth is blessed with interesting skies, in an aircraft sense, and we keep being overflown by three aircraft today (and yesterday too, but it was cloudy). Continue reading
I only have this blog because I needed a wordpress API Key.
I’m sure that over time it’s going to become very useful to me; but currently I’m hosted elsewhere with lots of bespoke plugins, so shifting my whole site over here isn’t something that can be done easily, or at all.
In the mean time I’ll have a think about what to use this for, my current hosting won’t last forever.
Like a chosen few before me, I have become the posessor of a WordPress.com golden ticket; a rather rare invitation to join wordpress.com and start a free ‘blog, on what is one of the most sought-after domains on the net. It appears that I am at liberty to pass this ticket on to one lucky individual. Continue reading
I’ve hit a major flaw with Google Search this week. A significant number of the technical searches that I’m doing are providing results where one particular company is at the top of the list.
This company has the answers I need, but they don’t provide them for free. The top result appears to be an exact match to my question, so I click it, only to find that “it’s them again”. Continue reading
This is an an everyday lesson that I shall try to remember next time I’m at the requirements gathering phase of system design, or the next time I’m explaining to someone why common terms of reference are such an important part of Software Engineering. Continue reading
So, George W. Bush turns to the Palestinian PM and Foreign Minister and says: “God told me to invade Afghanistan and Iraq”. Continue reading