How To Update a WordPress Plugin Manually Using rsync

Author: , January 24th, 2020

If you are unable to update a plugin via the WP admin console, then you can do the update manually. Download the zip file to your local hard drive and extract it. Then, from the command line, do the test run first:

*Make sure to use the trailing slashes with rsync for proper operation […]

How To Check for Infected Files Using Nagios Plugins

Author: , January 25th, 2016

This example shows how to look for infection patterns inside all .php files in a directory tree using find and grep called from a Nagios NRPE plugin written in PERL. You can adjust the behavior by modifying the script, described at the bottom of this post in the Advanced section. On the host to be […]

How To Create a WordPress Plugin for AJAX Support

Author: , July 9th, 2013

Happy Coding!

Adobe Flash, Scourge Of The Internet -or- How To Fix Safari 5.1 Crashes

Author: , July 28th, 2011

In the past, I used clicktoflash.com to block Flash plugins. Safari was VERY stable. Then, Safari 5.1 REMOVED SUPPORT for webkit plugins and BROKE Click-To-Flash. Shame on you Apple. I did not know this, and have been experiencing Safari crashes every night. Then I installed Marc Hoyois’ ClickToPlugin Safari Extension found at http://hoyois.github.com/safariextensions/clicktoplugin/ All you […]

Great jQuery Plugins

Author: , May 2nd, 2011

Show Password in Form Field Form Field Inner Labels UI Dialog Wrapper

How To Set, Get And Delete Cookies With jQuery

Author: , February 25th, 2011

Prerequisite Plugin Get the plugin: http://plugins.jquery.com/project/cookie How-To Set a cookie: jQuery.cookie(“myCookie”, 1); Get a cookie: jQuery.cookie(“myCookie”); Delete a cookie: jQuery.cookie(“myCookie”, null); Set expiration in days: jQuery.cookie(“myCookie”, 1, { expires : 10 }); If the expires option is omitted, then the cookie becomes a session cookie, and is deleted when the browser exists. OPTIONS jQuery.cookie(“myCookie”, 1, […]

How To Upgrade WordPress to 3.0.1

Author: , August 30th, 2010

Install the plugin “Memory-Bump” before starting the install