Plesk 11 no longer recognizes the httpsdocs folder. What do you do if your documents are in a sub folder like httpdocs/wordpress?
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A newer twist on an old idea. Show descriptive text under your creative menu names to create a fun environment without confusing users.
Launching a new piece of software for booking and scheduling online. This web program will be available to anyone 11/01/12. Forever free for under 10 users.
Setting up remote access to a MySQL seemed difficult at first, but it’s pretty straight forward. Follow these simple instructions to get yours up and running…
A consistant blog is important when trying to retain and grow your audience. If you too are breaking that rule, don’t be discouraged, just keep posting.
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Create vhost.conf files to deal with nested files or symlinks. Don’t forget to tell Plesk to recognize your vhost.conf file with the following code.
iSnap is a free download for a limited time and looks like a good alternative to Divvy and Size Up.
I was excited when I saw the responsive menu design on the Boston Globe website. I broke it down into it’s simplest form and found that really it’s quite simple once you get your head around using h2 tags as menu items. Read more to see an example and the code.