Monthly Archives: July 2006

Firefox Sidebar Widget

Ruff has concocted a neat sidebar widget which allows you to post to your blog straight from the Firefox sidebar. Advertisements

Posted in FireFox,

Etomite: How to add the MySQLDumper Snippet via phpMyAdmin

I am trying to add functionality to a client’s Etomite site, and a script allowing quick and easy database backup through a webpage interface is a real must. Of course, WordPress2 has this built into the admin panel 🙂 …

Posted in CMS

Opera 9: one plus, one minus

So far, this is what I really notice: Opera 9 is very ver fast – both launching and retrieving web pages. And, compared with Firefox, it consumes only half the system resources; with equal numbers of tabs open, Firefox packs

Posted in Browsers, FireFox, Opera

Sample the Icon Buffet

It’s one of those wonderful services I’ve been using for a while – it’s time I should mention it. IconBuffet gives you access you loads (and I mean LOADS) of truly beautiful and professionally-designed icons. I haven’t had any spam

Posted in Graphics

SPIP Redux

I wrote back in January a bit about a French CMS called SPIP. Well, I sure don’t have time right now to evaluate anything thoroughly … but did take another peek today and must say I’m intrigued.

Posted in CMS