Well, Last year didn’t seem to even register for me. I know it was there and stuff happened in it but it seemed like it was done and over in a flash.
2018 was a pretty cool year if I list everything I achieved personally as well as my Team at Coffee Black and projects such as The Tattoo Forum and Prospect Driver.
I taught myself Python and have become half proficient at using selenium with chromedriver to scrape information from sites.
I built a scraper to transfer a Weebly website to WordPress with a very complex set of rules to rewrite layouts into Visual Composer for WordPress which was not fun and took 2 weeks to do. I guess I feel a sense of [...]
I like LightwaveRF, they make a very clever range of switches and inline dimmers which work in the UK.
For those of you who don’t know already in the UK our normal wiring setup is to run a (ring)main to all lights and then to send a separate cable from the light fitting down to a switch. This cable is for the sole purpose of adding a gap into the live wire to switch the light on and off.
In other countries a live, neutral (and earth) is often run to the switch itself and then from the switch to the light itself.
What this means is a lot of the home automation kit available in the world doesn’t play well with UK wiring as most switches require a [...]
Vbulletin and WordPress are very complementary platforms and with the release of VBSSO we can now have users syncronised across both WordPress and Vbulletin in order to allow a single signin and well combined experience when using seperate platforms.
What you will need to get started.A Vbulletin forum. A WordPress blog which you want to synchronise users to and from VBSSO plugin for Vbulletin VBSSO plugin for WordPress
VBSSO have their own documentation here which I found to be missing detail in regards to some of their additional features and functions and although it explains how to install the actual plugins the confuration side of it has been [...]
When you are setting up Freshdesk to use as a support portal for your company you will want to have something like email@example.com routed through to allow people to raise a ticket when you recieve a support query on that email address.
In Office 365 there are several options to do this. The following is what I believe to be the most straightforward.Office 365 setup
The first step is to make a group / distribution list which will recieve the emails.
Go to Office 365 and login then if you are not already on the admin pages click the blue box top left choose admin then on the netx page choose exchange from the left menu under the Admin dropdown.