Kinda funny. After all these years using this perl CGI script just using it as best as I could and not knowing anything about scripting, I finally tried modifying it so it will also work with .png images. And it worked.
My edits (added code) is in red….
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#FILE: random.pl - Version 1.1
It’s back to the physical and site address separation mentality. No need further info if you're not vested in the site...
(Info for vested members)
Restless, need to keep tinkering, the Chinese aka Charlie Corn concept of always building… I dunno. But…
Looking … Continue Reading “Content Separation”
Not sure why I didn’t capture this before since I did it for the music collection. To update I had to google it all over again. So… future reference!
KEYWORDS FOR SEARCH: DIRECTORY TREE LINUX LS LIST SUBDIRECTORY SUBDIRECTORIES FOLDER SUBFOLDER
The command at the CLI (login using PuTTY or SSH):… Continue Reading “Listing LINUX directory tree”
I keep forgetting what and where these locations are when I need to manually login or adjust something… setting up to use with Outlook is much easier than manually checking webmail… until I need to go into the account and have forgotten the links to them…
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With much thanks to Aldo, the author of PRIVATE SHORTCODE!
He posted in the support forum the answer to my question about using PRIVATE SHORTCODE in comments.
Simply add this line in the file functions.php of current theme:
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Testing the nesting capability:
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Here we go again. The last time (a while ago) I switched to the WP platform, I experimented with embedding/linking to YouTube video. YT being its own platform/service and videos come and go, I got irritated with video linking that went down because videos got taken offline. I told myself if I see it on YT and decide… Continue Reading “YouTube embeds acting up again”
I don’t know how or why the fu*k registrations evident from extraneous locations have started up ever since I made the domain point to this WP site (as opposed to the old PHP-Fusion site). Is it the “powered by WordPress” footer statement that is pinging on hacker radar?
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I haven’t stood up and run a WP blog site in quite a while, so I don’t know what the trend is among WordPress sites with respect to usership and the attraction of hackers and other potential troublemakers. But I’ve had this install up and running for a while now as I move content to it from the … Continue Reading “Do WordPress sites get trash registrations by nature??”