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How To Fix A Randomly Rebooting Mac (OS X 10.8 – Mountain Lion)

My iMac was rock stable, right up until I installed Mountain Lion on it.  Then, at random times, it would suddenly reboot.  Fortunately, most of it seemed to happen at night – I’d get up in the morning and find my Mac had rebooted. Weird. So, I finally got around to investigating the problem – …

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WordPress Training Starting September 8th, 2011

Part of every website project I do is a training component – usually two hours, give or take a little based on how quickly the customer picks it up.  It’s a hands-on training for creating new posts, new pages, editing menus, and the other core features of WordPress.  It’s not the worlds most in-depth training, …

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Improving WordPress Performance With W3 Total Cache & Cloud Flare

Almost without fail I add caching to all the sites I deal with for customers (and myself) at the end of the project.  And for the longest time the procedure was always the same thing:  add WP-SuperCache, enable it, and do just a slight bit of tweaking to get it all nice and streamlined. WP-SuperCache …

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A quick PhoneGap fix for http / https external browser launch problem

I’ve been using PhoneGap for a while – 0.8.something was the first version I used.  As such, you sometimes take certain things for granted – for instance: <a href=”http://www.midnightryder.com”>Click Me</a> Would result in opening the native browser, pointed at MidnightRyder.com.  Easy cheesy, and if you don’t specify a URL handler, it’s assumed to be a …

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