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Archive for Website Scripts

WordPress MU

I say it’s been a quiet week on the blog and then I go and dump two posts in twenty minutes! I’ve been looking into a Multi-User Blogging format for a future project I have (it’s an event based project that’s several years away so I have time yet!). I haven’t found anything that really met my needs and was looking at farming it out and outsourcing it. However, people that know me already know I’m a fan of WordPress (which runs this blog) and am particularly interested at the moment in finding a way to use WordPress as a CMS rather than a blog. So being a big fan of WordPress I’m particularly interested in the new WordPress Multi… Continue reading »

by Keiron on October 27th, 2006 | Wordpress | No Comments » |

OsCommerce File permissions

Q: How do I set the correct permission for configure.php files while installing an OsCommerce template? A: Please, do the following steps: Rename the “catalog/install” folder or delete it. Reset the permissions on “catalog/includes/configure.php” to 644 (if you are still getting the warning message at the top of the page after setting this configure.php files to 644 then set the “catalog/includes/configure.php” file to 444 which is read only – this happens on some servers that have been updated for security reasons). Set the permissions on “catalog/images” directory to 777. Set the permissions on “admin/images/graphs” directory to 777. Create the directory “admin/backups” and set the permissions to 777 (this is the folder to store the database backup of your store in… Continue reading »

by Keiron on October 5th, 2006 | Website Scripts | No Comments » |

How about this?

OK – it looks like the woo-hoo was a little early – that ping didn’t work it was a trackback because I linked to the red-alt tool… So this has no links and I’ve disabled the plugin – so I’m hoping this does ping stuff!

by Keiron on December 16th, 2005 | Wordpress | No Comments » |


Pinging Red-Alt worked – now why aren’t I pinging ping-o-matic – I’ve reduced my ping list to just red-alt and ping-o-matic for this post and will then check it with their tool!

by Keiron on December 16th, 2005 | Wordpress | No Comments » |

Ping Red-Alt

Now trying to ping Red Alt as they have a Pingomation Tool for testing pings.

by Keiron on December 16th, 2005 | Wordpress | No Comments » |

Hmmmm… That didn’t work either!

The page seems to be hanging – so I’ve reduced the sites to ping to just a couple and add a ping no-wait ping WordPress plugin – not sure if that will make or break it, but it’s worth a try! So here goes again!

by Keiron on December 16th, 2005 | Wordpress | No Comments » |

Too Many Pings?!?!?

It would appear – according to Simple Thoughts that using the whole of Elliot Back’s list is way too much for WordPress and it times out – so I’ve reduced it to 5 for this post and we’ll see what happens!

by Keiron on December 16th, 2005 | Wordpress | No Comments » |