Financial crisis in 2008 shook influential trees all around the world and as the saying goes "Ponzi came in full circle". A hippie over-bloated euphoria of power, politics and hypocrisy that revoked money and power from competent people and landed with bunch of incompetent people. A summary by Michael Kreiger:
If you have used Webform module in Drupal it would have occured at some point: what if it could be further extended to support payment checkout? Good news is you can since Drupal modules are closely tied to its API. Some interesting statistics on Drupal 7 API:
How many times have you looked at your calendar that hypothetically says “Dates in this Calendar are closer than you think”. This is where you must have a great Project Management to make sure development goes smooth. There are many great web-based Opensource and commercial tools out there for Project Management with SCM like Github, Basecamp, JIRA, ProjectPier, Trac, Bugzilla etc; While all of them seemed promising and feature rich it was time to take a pick.
Why a plugin for Ooyala Videos? Somethings are just meant to be simple. On Googling "Ooyala for WP" you might get lucky and find "Ooyala Video Browser" plugin which works, but I haven't bothered trying it out. Screenshots gave goose bumps that it required an Ooyala account. This plugin makes embedding single/multiple Ooyala Videos easy with 3 simple steps:
This has bugged many users, coders and web addicts. As soon as Jetpack was out it has become an essential plugin for Wordpress. Instead of updating, maintaining and piling up all those "must have" plugins Jetpack has all the essentials with a niche and it comes straight from Automattic labs. The way we are going to make this work is making Jetpack believe that it has been connected to Wordpress. So, lets see what happens when you install Jetpack on localhost maybe something like below:
Everyone knows about the great Open Source Blogging tool known as Wordpress available due to the efforts of thousands of developers contributing from all over the world to make this one amazing kick start Blogging Tool that gets you ready in a few minutes to start your own Blog.
Tara is a bodhisattva embodying compassion in the female form of a young goddess. Tara, whose name means "star" or "she who ferries across," is a Bodhisattva of compassion who manifests in female form. In Tibetan, Tara is known as "Dölma" (Sgrol-ma), or "She Who Saves." In particular she represents compassion in action, since she’s in the process of stepping from her lotus throne in order to help sentient beings.