If you have recently installed or upgraded to Eclipse Indigo 3.7.x and require use of the LDAP browser functionality to connect to and manage an LDAP server from within Eclipse, rather than downloading the entire Apache Directory Studio you can simply install the LDAP browser plugin.
To install this plugin you will need to launch the Eclipse Indigo application and in the main menu bar go to Help > Install New Software. Continue reading
Although it is fairly uncommon to be adding AJAX functionality to your WordPress plugins, it can be necessary for it to be added. Luckily it is quite easy and straight forward to integrate the required components as and when they are required.
To help explain how this can be achieved, we will be creating a plugin called “Ajax Example“, stored in the folder “ajax-example” inside the plugin directory of your WordPress install.
Many of the blog posts I write tend to be about web development related topics and will often include a number of code snippets. My current choice of syntax highlighter is WP-Syntax, which supports a wide range of popular languages and has the ability to also include line numbers.
The problem with using this plug-in is that the WordPress WYSIWYG Editor (TinyMCE), will remove any tags and attributes that it believes to be invalid according to it’s configuration. As two of the attributes used by this plug-in are custom attributes (escaped/line) they are removed, causing some unexpected output. Continue reading
Whilst attempting to cross browser test a jQuery plug-in that I’m currently working on, I noticed that my opacity settings were being ignored in my current version of Opera (9.23).
It turns out that the latest version of jQuery (1.3.1) doesn’t believe that Opera 9.2 supports CSS opacity, and therefore it is ignored completely. Continue reading