As a web developer,I have to move sites around frequently. Sometimes this can be tricky accessing both websites before/after the move has occurred.
One case is trying to get to the “old site” after it has been moved. This can be accomplished using a special file on a Mac (and all *nix based systems) named /etc/hosts.
I like to think of Joomla as the content management system that I love to hate. I know WAY too much about it to just stop what I am doing and start over again with another CMS. I have done some simple things with WordPress and Drupal, when it comes right down to it, I can install a working Joomla site with 4 server commands.
People often ask me about how Joomla organizes its pages/articles, so I figured I would make up a quick blog entry.
I have been doing a little Geneaology research lately and found that my Great Grandfather sold a family product named Laws’ Bluing – which was a laundry additive to whiten clothing. Google gives me 10 results for the search of “Laws Bluing”. As much as I hate it, I decided to give Bing.com a try. I think they missed the mark just a little …
Want to integrate the mos_map plugin to appear on your Contact Us page? here’s how
One of the things I love about my Mac is the access to the *nix command line. Controlling your CD/DVD drive from the GUI is something that may work well on a “real” mac, but on my “hackintosh”, some times it doesn’t work as expected.