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I’ve got a website that displays iframe embedded Youtube videos and uses Lightbox to load images up, however, the images load behind the virool review Youtube video. I’ve come across this before on other websites but not on any of my own. I fiddled around with z-indexes for a bit but they didn’t do anything. Turns out, it’s actually a very easy fix. Just add ?wmode=opaque to the src address in the iframe.
I also came across this video by 360 Creations explaining it:
From what I read, ?wmode=transparent should work as well, but it sounds like it is a bit slower to render as it has to render transparency, opaque renders solid. It would be great if Youtube included this in the src address by default! It would make it so much easier for everyone.
I’m still experimenting with Magento, and there has been a new version released. As I am going to put this experimental site into production once I’m happy with it, I figure it’s best to keep it up to date and to make sure I know how to update it.
It took me a little bit to work out the best way to do this though. With Drupal, you just download the latest files and upload them to the server, overwriting the old files (more or less anyway), WordPress now has an update button that handles it automatically. Magento I thought should have something in Magento Connect about it, but I couldn’t find anything.
After a bit of hunting around, I found Inchoo’s guide to upgrading, but the extension key he provides to use in Magento Connect simply doesn’t work. It turns out that this is because it is a Magento Connect 1.0 key. The version of Magento I have installed uses Magento Connect 2.0 though, so I needed to find that extension key. I did a little bit of hunting but ended up just modifying another extension key to:
I’ve been looking for a way to automatically backup individual cPanel accounts to a remote server that don’t necessarily have root WHM access. In particular, I want the MySQL databases, but I would also like to get entire site backups if possible.
I’ve found a few posts about it that I’m going to have to have an experiment with when I get a chance and see what works. For reference though, and if anyone else is looking for this, the sites that look the most promising are:
Recently I have needed to setup a Windows 2003 IIS server to run Drupal, the catch though is that it already runs an ASP.NET website and does not have MySQL, PHP, or even FastCGI installed. So, it must not affect the existing website at all. Working on a development server, I’ve been trying to get this to behave correctly. It is out of my area of expertise, so I’ve been doing a lot of reading up on it. The links I’ve used are mostly all below, mainly for my future reference and for anyone else that may need to do the same:
The easiest way to set Drupal up on Windows should be with Microsoft’s installer. It uses their WebMatrix with the Web Platform Installer and looks like it should automate the process and configure everything that needs to be configured. The problem with it though is that it uses IIS Express, which can’t run alongside IIS, and the installer cannot run with IIS, which means I can’t use it for this situation.
So far, I’ve tried the IIS Aid PHP installer, which seems to work for the most part, however, I’m having FastCGI errors left right and centre with it crashing constantly. Unfortunately the IIS Aid installer doesn’t seem to work when using ISAPI instead of FastCGI, so I’m not up to installing and configuring PHP manually using FastCGI, and if it’s still unstable, ISAPI.
Another option is to look at running Apache on a different port to IIS, but I would rather not go down this route if I can avoid it.
It’s a real pain. If you have any experience with this, tips or advice would be appreciated!
I recently had to find the perfect image of a coffee cup for use on a client website, and Creative Commons images were approved for use, so I did some hunting around, both on stock photo websites and searching through Creative Commons images on Flickr.
Some of the Creative Commons images on Flickr are fantastic! Here is my top 10 (in no particular order), click on the images to check them out full size at Flickr and check the Creative Commons license: