WordPress 3.0 came with quite a number of awesome and useful features. That includes native navigational menus, which can be customized through the WordPress admin. (Dashboard –> Appearance –> Menus) . Many themes released nowadays support native menus. Let us learn how to add some Native menu support.
Ubuntu Linux does not allow root user to login with Login manager. Root account is present, but locked. Ubuntu forums refuses support related to enabling root login. Good way to go. For the sole purpose of this educational walkthrough, I installed Ubuntu 10.04(Lucid Lynx) and Kubuntu 10.10(Maverick Meerkat) on separate partitions. The user was conveniently named “username”. Let us see how to login as root through KDM and GDM login manager in Ubuntu linux.
Earlier, we saw the procedure to setup local server environment with XAMPP in Windows and MAMP in Mac. Being a web developer, it is essential to test the web pages & applications on multiple browsers across multiple operating systems, just to make sure of the compatibility. Now, let us see how to work anywhere on the go.
Mac OS X comes with inbuilt web sharing (powered by apache web server). But it lacks the necessary PHP and MySQL required to power the most web applications. It is much easier to install complete solutions such as MAMP or XAMPP, instead of installing MySQL and PHP individually. Come on, Let’s take a look…
It is definitely not a good idea to work with development files on the main server. There is always a chance of messing up the core files, not to mention the relatively slower load times. One of the primary requirements for web development is to have a local server installation in your Computer. So, Come on let us have a look..
I will walk you through these easy steps.