Posts tagged sidewiki
Thanks to recent improvements over at Amazon, you can now add items to your wishlist from ANY website! How cool is that? All you need to do is drag this bookmarklet to your browser and you'll be free to add any item to the list of stuff you want!
If you're new to Amazon S3 or have been using it for months without much thought to how it works, then you might be paying unnecessary costs and having pages load slower than they need to because users browsers aren't caching data served from S3 appropriately. This article provides some very useful advice on how to increase page load times and reduce S3 costs by appropriately setting cache control headers for your S3 served content
More here: How to Reduce Amazon S3 Costs
Getting Redmine installed on CentOS can be a bit of a minefield given the various versions of all the components required for it to run correctly but this excellent tutorial will get you up an running with few headaches. The version of redmine, and the components may not be as up to date as they could be but the combination chosen works!
This is a very simple news system with comment support which is ideal for adding simple blog/news system functionality to any website needing that kind of system. In the past I'd usually use wordpress as a pre-built solution for adding this kind of content to a site and although you get a lot of extra benefits by using wordpress (as a result of its plugin system) there can be a lot of issues with tweaking the wordpress theme to suite the site. The method of embedding this system is so simple that it can be used easily within any site template and as such it's perfect for quickly adding blogging or news system style functionality to previously static sites or E-Commerce systems where an attempt at tying in wordpress could be very messy
A Simple News System For Basic Websites
Examples of some cool speech bubble effects using just CSS
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CSS Speech Bubbles