is a web developer/designer from Laguna, Philippines. He specializes in web development using open source content management systems such as Joomla, Drupal, Magento and Wordpress.
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Introducing new questable Halloween headgears!
The Great Rufaku has returned to his home after his journey to the land of the dead last year. In exchange for helping the townsfolk (there's 18 total, each with a unique quest!), Rufaku will make you your own disguise in exchange for Halloween Tickets.
I have been using Joomla 3.x.x for quite a while now and have had it installed on many different types of servers. It seems on some servers, when you want to use quotes in the content such as in Article Manager, it will automatically ad slashes to try and escape the quotes. This can be very annoying and brake your site. Below are the steps that have worked for me to stop the adding of slashes.
1. Create a php.ini file with the following...
magic_quotes_gpc = Off
magic_quotes_runtime = Off
magic_quotes_sybase = Off
Place the php.ini into the root of your web server
2. Add the following to your .htaccess file
SetEnv PHPRC /home/****/public_html/php.ini
Update 9/11/2014 - I found in other server the SetEnv is not working so I use suPHP to support that issue.
deny from all
Replace the **** with your servers username (this guide is for cPanel Server or similar) but you can adopt the step even you are not cPanel hosting..
Hopefully this will work for you.
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I didn’t know freelancing was trendy when I decided to do it. After I completed my masters in journalism from NYU I was looking for a way to write the stories I wanted to write and have independence over my schedule, workload, and life. So I started selling a few articles I wrote in class. And then I came up with new stories and sold them. It took me about six months to finally call myself a freelancer and even longer to stop looking for full-time jobs and accept this as my life.
Two years ago, when I started this career, I was the only one I knew freelancing. Now it seems like everybody is becoming their own boss. According to It’s My Business, a coalition formed last year by a former Arkansas Senator to protect independent contractors, there are 10.3 million people in the United States working for themselves, a number expected to grow.