Archive for March, 2009

If you’ve ever setup an SSL certificate you know that its a hassle. Renewing your SSL certificate is likewise un-intuitive and takes more steps than it should. It turns out that paying for a certificate renewal does not automatically renew the certificate you have installed, you actually have to install the renewed copy. Our setup […]

IE8 came out today. Along the way Microsoft fixed a bunch or rendering bugs, which is great, but you might run into problems of you previously used conditional comments such as: <!–[if IE]> <link rel="stylesheet" href="patches-ie.css" type="text/css" media="all" /> < ![endif]–><!–[if IE]> <link rel="stylesheet" href="patches-ie.css" type="text/css" media="all" /> < ![endif]–> The trouble is that IE8 […]

Update January 19, 2014: I’ve updated the zip file for PHP5 compatibility. This includes changes from Jared Swets for the install portion (see comments), and single quote escaping for the title and body. Update February 17, 2011: I’ve updated the zip file with changes from Harry Saal (my original versions of index.php and tiddly1.php are included with […]

Turns out that it’s actually fairly easy to create a simple static Facebook application to display some data without needing to work with the Facebook API or any back-end code at all. For example, take a look at the World Map Tab on our Facebook Page. This tab was created by pulling some static HTML […]

Sometimes you might want to setup a Google Analytics Goal that is actually a link to an off-site url. For example, you conversion page might be on a different domain, but you want to be able to track users who click though to it as completing a goal. We recently launched a WordPress MU blog […]


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