For some time I have been looking at running WordPress on Microsoft SQL Server. Why do I want to go this way? Well it allows me to unify my backup / restoration strategies, reduce the services I have to provide, reduce my security exposure and leverage all my data in products I am more familiar with. This Step-By-Step Guide shows it can be done – but is it worth the risk?
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Well after a lot of work I’m proud to announce the release of ThePingList.com. This started from my last post regarding the errors I was having with my own ping list, and every other ping list I tried from the Internet. In that post I describe how I started researching every target, and quickly found …
One of my greatest concerns re the Internet today is how hard it is to find relevant, up to date and accurate information. Everything feels so repeated, second hand and regurgitated. Hopefully this post appears somewhere high in searches somewhere and it can be the start of eliminating Ping Lists of 50 or 60+ irrelevant, legacy or extinct entries!
Sharepoint log files are unique to each server in the farm. Most available parsers or viewers only able you to look at one server, and Involve opening the files directly or over UNC shares. I wanted a unified solution, so made a custom WebService per server to get the file list and their contents for me.
Some time ago I was asked to create a “Quote of the Day” webpart for Sharepoint. I wanted to style it in a particular way, so rather than use some of the give-away options I thought I’d create my own. Tens of thousands of requests later I now present you a free list of 3750 unique Quotes of the Day from over 650 authors in XLS & HTML!
Workaround for those having problems with sitemap-generator version 3.2.3 on Wordpress 2.9 and above not being accepted by Google.