Aaron D. Campbell

Aaron D. Campbell

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491 weeks ago @ Product Reviews Net - Nexus One on Verizon W... · 0 replies · +1 points

There should be a 3rd option: My vote here make no difference on what really is going to happen :)

537 weeks ago @ Attackr - How to prevent both us... · 0 replies · +1 points

Speaking of this, it looks like Google is working on a new method: http://news.cnet.com/8301-17939_109-10222514-2.ht...

537 weeks ago @ Attackr - How to prevent both us... · 0 replies · +1 points

Looks like something didn't copy across right on my move to Mosso. I grabbed the missing files.

539 weeks ago @ Attackr - Replace Your Home Phon... · 0 replies · +1 points

The skype site DOES say:
"No emergency calls with Skype.
Skype is not a replacement for your ordinary telephone and can't be used for emergency calling."

However, I suppose it's up to the individual. Maybe just have a backup plan?

540 weeks ago @ Xavisys - Wordpress Twitter Widget · 0 replies · +1 points

I just added some screenshots to the wordpress.org site. They were all taken last night and this morning on a 2.7.1 install, which means it's working. Can you try disabling your other plugins and then testing again?

540 weeks ago @ Xavisys - Wordpress Twitter Widget · 3 replies · +1 points

I just added some screenshots to the wordpress.org site. They were all taken last night and this morning on a 2.7.1 install, which means it's working. Can you try disabling your other plugins and ten testing again?

540 weeks ago @ Xavisys - Wordpress Twitter Widget · 0 replies · +1 points

Everything you're talking about has to do with the styling of your theme. You'll need to add some CSS in order to properly style the widget.

540 weeks ago @ Xavisys - Wordpress Twitter Widget · 0 replies · +1 points

What I'm saying is that when you enable the "Twitter Widget Pro" plugin, then you need to go to the widgets management page in your admin section and add the widget titled "Twitter Feed" (this is the Twitter Widget Pro widget) to one of your widget-ready sections, adjust the settings, and save it.

540 weeks ago @ Xavisys - WordPress Google Analy... · 0 replies · +1 points

I should probably check to see if it's set before I use it to fix the notice. However, that's a pretty standard check for HTTPS. The alternative is to check the port, but that's less reliable in my experience. That line should probably be something like:
$site_url = ((isset($_SERVER['HTTPS']) && $_SERVER['HTTPS'] == 'on')? 'https://':'http://').$_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'];

540 weeks ago @ Xavisys - Wordpress Twitter Widget · 0 replies · +1 points

If you're using WordPress 2.7+, please upgrade to version 1.3 of the plugin. Twitter limits the number of calls that you can make in an hour. If you use something like tweetdeck or twhirl then each reques that those make is counting toward your total. With the older versions of Twitter Widget Pro, if you didn't have some sort of caching solution set up, each page load was another request to Twitter. It's very easy to exceed the 100 requests per hour limit. The new 1.3 version only checks twitter if it has been at least 5 minutes since the last time if checked. That means no more than 12 requests per hour.