Few bloggers on earth can refrain from posting about their favorite apps. So can’t I.
But I want to keep it on the tech side of things – no games (well, maybe one or two)… Weiterlesen →
I lately had to create a complex download repository for a customer. Multiple files could be selected and were compressed on the fly into a single ZIP file before being transfered to the client. After everything worked fine with IE, FF and Chrome, I checked with Android 2.1 and the download failed. Here is why, and how to cure it… Weiterlesen →
In TYPO3 systems before v4.5 you could get all sorts of messy database character encodings by setting wrong or incomplete parameters in your typo3conf/localconf.php… Weiterlesen →
Veröffentlicht unter Configuration, MySQL, PHP, TYPO3
You just upgraded to TYPO3 4.5.x and the backend now shows white question marks in a red circle where you used to see a language flag of the default language of your content elements? Weiterlesen →
This post has been split up into two independant articles:
Did you know that Google Chrome is the safest web browser on earth?
This might be the opposite of what you were thinking, but it is still true. Weiterlesen →
After changing my email ISP I lost the possibility to filter emails using regular expressions. So I had to find a way to do it on the client side (in my case: in Thunderbird). Weiterlesen →
Imagine you put the following simple PHP script at some webspace (let’s say at http://www.domain.com/path/file.php) and call it from your web browser… Weiterlesen →
Veröffentlicht unter Bug, HTML, PHP
Verschlagwortet mit CSS, hack, side effect
Running TYPO3 on a Windows server and getting strange warnings in install tool about the size of the generated GIFs? Weiterlesen →
In Thunderbird 3.1 I was searching for a possibility to exclude POP3 email accounts from being polled as soon as I hit the “Get Mail” button. I didn’t want to delete these accounts, but just disable them completely. As I found there seems to be no simple option in the account settings dialogs to do that – besides the well known possibilites to switch of periodic polling and polling at startup of Thunderbird – which both don’t avoid the polling when the “Get Mail” button is hit. Weiterlesen →