Help my FCKEditor is gone

If you are having problems using FCKeditor you will see a textarea instead of the editor.

The useragent for Firefox 3.6 might look like this:
Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10.5; en-US; rv:1.9.2) Gecko/20100115 Firefox/3.6

So the problem is most probably an error in a regular expression:
stResult = reFind( "gecko/(200[3-9][0-1][0-9][0-3][0-9])", sAgent, 1, true );

Yes that’s right any gecko browser made after Jan 1, 2010 will fail to match their test. Maybe it would help you to change the regular expression to
stResult = reFind( "gecko/(20[0-9][0-9][0-1][0-9][0-3][0-9])", sAgent, 1, true );

What’s that APN again?

Ever enter a new SIM card in your phone or tablet and had to look for the APN to get online? Search no further. A lot of the APN settings can be found on the following page:

http://wiki.apnchanger.org

Resetting caching in DNN

  1. INSERT INTO {databaseOwner}{objectQualifier}TabModuleSettings   (TabModuleID,SettingName,SettingValue,CreatedByUserID,CreatedOnDate,LastModifiedByUserID,LastModifiedOnDate)
  2. SELECT
  3.  TabModuleID AS TabModuleID
  4.  , N'SavedCacheTime' AS SettingName
  5.  , CacheTime AS SettingValue
  6.  , 2 AS CreatedByUserID
  7.  , GETDATE() AS CreatedOnDate
  8.  , 2 AS LastModifiedByUserID
  9.  , GETDATE() AS LastModifiedOnDate
  10. FROM
  11.  TabModules T
  12. WHERE
  13.  CacheTime > 0
  1. UPDATE {databaseOwner}{objectQualifier}TabModules
  2.  SET CacheTime = 0  WHERE CacheTime <> 0
  1. UPDATE M
  2.  SET M.CacheTime = S.SettingValue
  3.  FROM {databaseOwner}{objectQualifier}TabModules M
  4.     INNER JOIN {databaseOwner}{objectQualifier}TabModuleSettings S ON M.TabModuleID = S.TabModuleID
  5.  WHERE S.SettingName = N'SavedCacheTime'
  1. DELETE FROM {databaseOwner}{objectQualifier}TabModuleSettings
  2.  WHERE SettingName = N'SavedCacheTime'

WordPress lost password

It happens to the best of us. Everyone has lost or forgotten a password once. No biggy, because normally there is always a way to get it back. Websites often work with an e-mail recovery to make it easy. So does WordPress, but not for the administrator. To see all the possibilities on how to find the WordPress password back, go here:http://codex.wordpress.org/Resetting_Your_Password

Migrating WordPress

Sometimes it is necessary to migrate WordPress from one server to an other. When doing this you will have to update some settings in the database; To find these settings you can execute the following query:

  1. SELECT *
  2. FROM `wp_options`
  3. WHERE `option_name` IN ('siteurl','home','upload_path')

If you don’t do this, you might get automatic redirects to the old server.