Since Firefox 3.5 and some version of Safari/Webkit released around 2007, both Firefox and Safari have supported embedding your own fonts into webpages for quite some time. This article explains how to embed fonts, as well as how to convert fonts of various formats to the TTF and EOT formats used for font embedding.
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This article details how to make CSS RGBA properties work in IE browsers. Additionally, we have found that opacity settings have some weird characteristics involving inheritance of child elements. In short, setting opacity to 1 does not undo an opacity setting set by a parent element. This article also covers using RGBA to counter this scenario.
This article details how to make this extremely useful CSS property used for managing layouts compatible in all major browsers, including Internet Explorer browsers.
The omission of a control + alt + delete GUI option in VMWare Server 2.x has been well lamented by many people on the internet. It seems like the keyboard combination for this varies depending on your keyboard layout and possibly other factors, and this is further complicated by introducing additional variables such as X11… Read more »
phpMyAdmin natively supports a global set of configuration options for all users, but with a simple hack you can change this allowing particular users the options that are most useful to them, such as default tab view, max rows per page, etc. This article details this technique.
Creating snapshots with ZFS is easy, but scheduling these as cron jobs requires a simple script to automate these commands. Here is a simple sample script you can use and customize to your liking:
If you don’t want your CodeIgniter controller to be a part of your site URLs (i.e. /sitesection rather than /main/sitesection), there are a variety of techniques for doing this. This article details these…
Solaris 10 setup cheat sheet, some miscellaneous commands and various odds and ends…
This article details how to install Solaris 10 via a USB drive rather than the usual DVD
The X7SB3-F ships by default with the LSI controller’s 8 SAS/SCSI ports managed by the LSI firmware, which includes setup and presentation of this RAID array. Without initializing your RAID array by slipping into the management software at boot time, your individual drives will not be detected by OSes such as Solaris, Ubuntu, etc.