Slipstream Longboards – New web site for 2012

Last week we updated the web site for Slipstream Longboards. I made it together with Daniel Lundgren on Medium Distribution. As previous years we have a strong product catalogue area on the web site. In 2012 we are really growing our team with at least 3 new team-riders and we are adding a new area for the […]

WordPress on OSX (10.6.8), Apache, PHP & htaccess

I’ve just managed to get OSX 10.6.8 to work with mod_rewrite and .htaccess to be able to let WordPress rewrite it’s URLs. Here is what I did. I installed WordPress to my homefolder so I’ll access it using http://localhost/~ola/wordpress. Apache is configured to use a split config in OSX so to change the directives for the […]

SpecialRosteriet web site

SpecialRosteriet is a small coffee shop in Laholm. They import and roast coffee beans. A while ago we discussed web sites. We talked back and forth and after some discussions we agreed to start with a small, tight and easy to use web site. Based on a system where they themselves could update everything. And […]

WordPress development environment – Aptana, Virtualbox and Google Code

At work we always have a pretty hefty development environment. At home I’ve never had any dedicated environment for my web development. It’s both a relief and something I miss. Today I’ll try to set up a WordPress development environment that’s a bit more robust than my old setup where I download the file I […] allowed image upload max image size

I’ve had some problems uploading images to my hosted WordPress (v 2.9.2) blog. It seems like they have increased the allowed upload sizes / allowed memory so I’ll make a test with some different images. If I’m not wrong these results are better than the last time I tried but I can’t remember any […]

Upload with Uploadify running in public_html folder

Just to try it out I tried to get Uploadify to work in my public_html folder. I set it up according to the guidelines in the docs/example and ran. It returned success but the file wasn’t uploaded. My first debug idea was to add an alert to the onError event. It wasn’t triggered. My second […]