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XHTML and the Forum

An issue I had with supporting XHTML in my WordPress weblogs is that it can be difficult to control others’ input in comments. I solved the issue with Drupal by not supporting comments directly on posts. Instead, I’ve provided a forum, using the Drupal Forum module, here at RealTech. I’ve only provided the one forum […]

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XHTML and template.php

Since I use inline SVG in all of my sites, I need to serve my pages up as XHTML. I couldn’t find a Drupal module or option that triggers Drupal to serve the pages up as XHTML, so I added the following code at the very top of the page.tpl.php page: <?php header(“Vary: Accept”); if […]

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Movin’ on up to PHP5

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. The PHP group has announced end of support for PHP4 and encouraging everyone to move on up to PHP5. WordPress Matt isn’t happy with PHP5 and believes such a move should happen when PHP6 goes beta. I think the point really is that the PHP group can’t move forward on PHP6, while still […]

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Movin’ on up to PHP5

Recovered from Wayback Machine. The PHP group has announced end of support for PHP4 and encouraging everyone to move on up to PHP5. WordPress Matt isn’t happy with PHP5 and believes such a move should happen when PHP6 goes beta. I think the point really is that the PHP group can’t move forward on PHP6, […]

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Clashing colors

Hell grant soon we hear again the swords clash! And the shrill neighs of destriers in battle rejoicing, Spiked breast to spiked breast opposing! Better one hour’s stour than a year’s peace With fat boards, bawds, wine and frail music! Bah! there’s no wine like the blood’s crimson! Ezra Pound’s Sestina: Altaforte What a serendipitous […]