Understanding Django's system of handling static and media files can be a complex topic. Add a connection to S3 and django-compressor and things become downright difficult. I'll share with you a working configuration that uses multiple buckets to serve files; a private bucket for media files and a public bucket... read more →
I was finally able to finish the wordpress plugin I was building so long ago. It is now available for download. Add a comment if something doesn't work for you or if you have a feature request. I'd like to make this as usable as possible.
This is just a small function that I wrote to connect to an LDAP server. It will connect to one server but will take multiple domains within that server as arguments. It parses the results and outputs three very common fields (firstname, lastname, and email address). The code is pretty... read more →
I've recently begun development on a new plugin for Wordpress that will be useful to restaurant owners. I'm going to call it Daily Specials. I found a website today that allows you to list your menu and output it to almost any development environment. In fact, they already have an... read more →
In Expressionengine 2.0+, stand alone entry forms (saef) are practically deprecated because of the introduction of the new safecracker entry forms. While the new safecreacker forms are much better as a whole...there is still a need to use them in a stand alone form. For instance, in the backend of... read more →
Plugins used for this post: advanced-custom-fields Before I really get into this article, I want to say that WordPress is the best CMS available. Not only is it free and open source, but it is supported by the largest community of developers in the world. Every day something better comes... read more →