I was excited about the new WordPress 2.1 release and wanted to update the WordPress installs at some sites.
Ran through the usual WordPress upgrade process but when I logged back into admin area after the upgrade.
I hit write and this funny error message made me investigate what could have gone wrong.
Error: could not find the template function: TinyMCE_advanced_getEditor Template
So next time if you get the same error message after upgrading WordPress Try This
- Delete and Reupload your wp-includes/js folder
Worked Like Charm!
Professional LAMP: Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP5 Web Development
by Jason Gerner, Elizabeth Naramore, Morgan Owens, Matt Warden ISBN: 0-7645-9723-X
Picked this book for about 400 bucks or 10 USD roughly at a local store. Was attracted to the title Professional LAMP. So decided to get this one.
I love to read these tech books. But its so costly and I read it pretty fast within 1 or 2 days.
Hope someone could finance me for these books ;P
This book is a great compilation of resources on the LAMP platform.
Something on AJAX, PHP , PHP5, MySQL..
Loads of info.. for people would like to know.. This book – I cant call it in-depth or
comprehensive, but highly informative.
It touches so many points other books falter to cover.
The book has an interesting addon.
They compare the commonly used syntax of PHP, ASP ,ASP.Net and JSP.
Pretty useful for web programmers working on diverse applications.
Conclusion :- worth buying, a worthy reference tool, a great book for a beginner.
It evaluates your regex in real time, and also has some a nice tab on the left with syntax help. Browser support is listed as:
- Internet Expolorer 5+.
- Mozilla Firefox 1.0+
- Opera 7.54+
- Safari 1.2+Ã¢â?¬â?¢
I know I can use all the help I can get with regex, so I love seeing more tools available like this.
Phpfunctions is a quick reference for looking up that php function that you know has to exist, but you just canÃ¢â?¬â?¢t remember the name. Just type in a short string and wait for the live update – then follow the link to the full docs at php.net for more info if needed. Response time seems very quick and source is available.
[12-Jan-2006] The PHP development team is proud to announce the release of PHP 5.1.2. This release combines small feature enhancements with a fair number of bug fixes and addresses three security issues. All PHP 5 users are encouraged to upgrade to this release. Some of the key changes of PHP 5.1.2 include:
- HTTP Response Splitting has been addressed in ext/session and in the header() function.
- Fixed format string vulnerability in ext/mysqli.
- Fixed possible cross-site scripting problems in certain error conditions.
- Hash & XMLWriter extensions added and enabled by default.
- Upgraded OCI8 extension.
- Over 85 various bug fixes.
Further details about this release can be found in the release announcement and the full list of changes is available in the PHP 5 ChangeLog.
[13-Jan-2006] The PHP development team is proud to announce the release of PHP 4.4.2. This release address a few small security issues, and also corrects some regressions that occurred in PHP 4.4.1. All PHP 4 users are encouraged to upgrade to this release. Some of the key changes of PHP 4.4.2 include:
- HTTP Response Splitting has been addressed in the header() function.
- An XSS problem inside the error reporting functionality has been removed.
- Apache 2 regression with sub-request handling on non-Linux systems has been fixed.
- A regression with the key() and current() functions have been fixed.
- Over 30 various bug fixes.
Further details about this release can be found in the release announcement and the full list of changes is available in the PHP 4 ChangeLog.