So far I haven’t seen if these attributes on a table actually help in making the html email more compatible with email clients. My tests on Email On Acid don’t show any difference that I can see, but sometimes I just want to make sure. I don’t want to clutter up my source html file […]
After setting up Meteor to run on my PhpStorm in a Linux box, I could not get it to run to debug. I could run it in a Terminal but not from PhpStorm. I would get mongo exit code 100 and an EACCES error on ~/.meteorsession Researched but did not find anything helpful. Discovered some […]
I had just finished creating a PHP RESTful server and configured my angular client to use Google Plus or my mySQL backend to logon. The needed result of the logon process was an access token that the angular client could pass with it’s RESTful requests to the server so the server to authenticate the user. […]
UPDATED 2015/05/06 – See How To Integrate Bootstrap Navbar inot WordPress Genesis Framework After writing my first post (click here to see that article) on adding the bootstrap navbar to Genesis and WordPress where I didn’t add dropdown capability, I decided to dig in and figure out how to add the dropdowns. This is what […]
I like bootstrap. I think a framework like Genesis with the bootstrap code would be awesome. I decided to put together a Genesis child template that would use the navbar of Bootstrap 3. Here’s what what I did.
Using Vagrant on a Windows 8.1 machine. Notes: I had installed git which gave me the MinGW (Minimalist GNU for Windows). Use this command window to run “vagrant ssh” since ssh.exe is available here. (or add the c:\program files (x86)\git\bin folder to your environmental PATH variable using the system control panel). I had installed VirtualBox […]