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  • IE9 breaks Kupu and TinyMCE — Beetlebrow web design for the south west
    as they were developed before IE9 was available for testing and obviously it would be too much to expect things that worked in older versions of the browser to work with the new version There are three solutions other than replacing the editor presumably new versions will appear which will work in IE9 Get the users to configure their browsers to run in compatibility mode Get the users to switch to Firefox Chrome or Safari for editing Add the following to the head tag of the main template meta http equiv X UA Compatible content IE EmulateIE7 This should force the browser into IE7 compatible mode It might be okay to make it IE8 compatible This tag MUST go at the top of the page above the title tag or it won t work I m about to add it to the bbwebsite main template pt for Plone 3 and 4 when SAL have tested it Here are some relevant links http dev plone org ticket 11824 http evolpin wordpress com 2011 02 25 ie9 compatibility and the meta tag http msdn microsoft com en us library cc288325 28v vs 85 29 aspx http mail google com support bin answer

    Original URL path: http://www.beetlebrow.co.uk/what-do-you-need/help-and-documentation/html-javascript-and-client-side-stuff/ie9-breaks-kupu-and-tinymce (2016-02-16)
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  • You Tube video appears in front of drop down menus etc — Beetlebrow web design for the south west
    menus etc by Darrell Kingsley last modified Mar 13 2014 02 21 PM This problem is caused by the Flash movie player ignoring z index and always putting its content on top This particularly applies to Internet Explorer but can affect other browsers too It is similar to the Flash movie problem with drop down navigation and the solution is kind of similar too Instead of your embed code being which is what YouTube gives you iframe title YouTube video player width 300 height 199 src http www youtube com embed XXXXXXXXXX rel 0 frameborder 0 allowfullscreen iframe It should be iframe title YouTube video player width 300 height 199 src http www youtube com embed XXXXXXXXXX rel 0 wmode transparent frameborder 0 allowfullscreen wmode Opaque iframe This adds wmode Opaque to the iframe embed tag and wmode transparent to the embedded video src of the iframe This will be wmode transparent if there is no pre existing query string i e rel 0 here That will fix it Getting in touch Please contact us at beetlebrow by using the quick enquiry form here The more information you can include now about your requirements will help us to provide a

    Original URL path: http://www.beetlebrow.co.uk/what-do-you-need/help-and-documentation/html-javascript-and-client-side-stuff/you-tube-video-appears-in-front-of-drop-down-menus-etc (2016-02-16)
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  • Cookies and how to enable them — Beetlebrow web design for the south west
    Internet Explorer 6 x and 7 x Click on the Tools menu Select Internet Options in the menu A new window opens Click on the Privacy tab near the top of the window Move the slider so that it is on one of the levels below Medium High including Medium Low Accept All Cookies Save changes by clicking OK Mozilla Firefox Click on the Tools menu Click on the Options item in the menu A new window opens Click on the Privacy tab Expand the Cookies section Check the Enable cookies and Accept cookies normally checkboxes Chrome Click on the Tools menu item Select Preferences Click on Under the Hood Click on Content settings Make sure Allow local data to be set recommended is checked Click Okay Netscape 8 x Select Tools Options Select Site Controls Open the Site List tab In the Web features area select the Allow cookies option Click OK Netscape 7 x Click on the Edit menu Click on the Preferences item in the menu A new window opens Expand the Privacy Security selection in the left part of the window Click on the Cookies selection Under Cookie Acceptance Policy either check the Enable all cookies checkbox or Allow cookies based on policy settings If Allow cookies based on policy settings is selected click on View and ensure that the level is at low or medium Save changes by clicking OK Opera 9 current version is 11 0 Open the Tools menu Select Preferences Open the Advanced tab Select Cookies item Select Accept cookies or Accept cookies only from the site I visit option depending on your needs Click OK Opera 8 x Open the Tools menu Select Preferences to open Dialog box Open the Advanced tab Select Cookies Select Allow all cookies in Normal cookies

    Original URL path: http://www.beetlebrow.co.uk/what-do-you-need/help-and-documentation/html-javascript-and-client-side-stuff/cookies-and-how-to-enable-them (2016-02-16)
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  • CSS font size conversion — Beetlebrow web design for the south west
    11px 0 7em 70 9pt 12px 0 75em 75 10pt 13px 0 8em 80 10 5pt 14px 0 875em 87 5 11pt 15px 0 95em 95 12pt 16px 1em 100 13pt 17px 1 05em 105 13 5pt 18px 1 125em 112 5 14pt 19px 1 2em 120 14 5pt 20px 1 25em 125 15pt 21px 1 3em 130 16pt 22px 1 4em 140 17pt 23px 1 45em 145 18pt 24px 1 5em 150 20pt 26px 1 6em 160 22pt 29px 1 8em 180 24pt 32px 2em 200 26pt 35px 2 2em 220 27pt 36px 2 25em 225 28pt 37px 2 3em 230 29pt 38px 2 35em 235 30pt 40px 2 45em 245 32pt 42px 2 55em 255 34pt 45px 2 75em 275 36pt 48px 3em 300 This comes from Reed Design here http reeddesign co uk test points pixels html so thanks to them The site was slow when I visited so here s another copy of their useful info While we re at it here are some other useful pages I found on the subject http clagnut com blog 348 http social expression microsoft com Forums en web thread f8aa8e2a 91b9 4836 86c5 d5d6f0dcc1b1 http www alistapart com articles

    Original URL path: http://www.beetlebrow.co.uk/what-do-you-need/help-and-documentation/html-javascript-and-client-side-stuff/css-font-size-conversion (2016-02-16)
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  • Robots.txt — Beetlebrow web design for the south west
    some different rules for Googlebot Googlebot will only pay attention to the Googlebot rules To get all the rules to apply you have to specify the all bot rules again within the Googlebot rules User agent Disallow my folder User Agent Googlebot Disallow my other folder Googlebot only ignores my other folder To get it to ignore both you need User Agent Googlebot Disallow my other folder Disallow my folder

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  • Drop down menus and Flash — Beetlebrow web design for the south west
    a Flash movie What s going on This is a nightmare You set all the z indexes you should even bearing in mind the ridiculous DOM that IE has where things in different containers have different z ordering contexts So why does the movie cover the drop down menu The answer is that unless you set a particular property call wmode twice if you re doing the object object cross browser cludge and not using swfobject This anchors the Flash movie on the page so that z ordering sticks instead of the Flash movie floating above the page Here s an example of it being set object id flashmovie 1 classid clsid D27CDB6E AE6D 11cf 96B8 444553540000 width 310 height 500 param name movie value bb sal map p02 2010 swf param name wmode value opaque if IE object type application x shockwave flash data bb sal map p02 2010 swf wmode opaque width 310 height 500 endif div h1 Alternative content h1 p a href http www adobe com go getflashplayer img src http www adobe com images shared download buttons get flash player gif alt Get Adobe Flash player a p div if IE object endif object Getting

    Original URL path: http://www.beetlebrow.co.uk/what-do-you-need/help-and-documentation/html-javascript-and-client-side-stuff/drop-down-menus-and-flash (2016-02-16)
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  • Useful Linux commands — Beetlebrow web design for the south west
    red hats imlpentation of inetd wake up process in etc To restart a xinetd process use the following e g sshd service sshd restart chkconfig list lists xinetd controlled ports To check the pid of a service e g sshd cat var run sshd pid Another way to kill a process seems to be check before using There are all these pid files in var run which you can cat and get the pid These are likely to be set up when a process starts to store the pid Investigate further rm f var run sshd pid etc rc d init d sshd start etc services all ports and mapped services Make aliases Edit the bashrc file adding e g alias trousers cd opt trousers On Mac it is bash login Alternatively in order for it to be added for all users add your alias or other change to etc bashrc Users and groups To add user to etc sudoers file use command visudo from root Add a group groupadd plone Add a new user useradd plone g plone d home plone p password Basic OS info Here s how to get that easy to forget info about your Linux

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  • Kernel errors and NMI — Beetlebrow web design for the south west
    to continue These have been happening every few days but the server has been under negligible load as it is not yet a production server Some research on the web seems to suggest that this is not unknown and that it s related to NMI watchdog using the High Precision Event Timer hpet It seems like a non fatal bug although it can cause some boxes to hang on boot or to crash under heavy load as lots of these errors are generated Redhat suggests either preventing hpet from being used by the kernel or switching off the NMI watchdog Both of these are done in the grub conf file in boot grub grub conf We turned off hpet use by adding nohpet to the grub conf file as follows title CentOS 2 6 18 308 4 1 el5 root hd0 0 kernel vmlinuz 2 6 18 308 4 1 el5 ro nohpet root dev VolGroup00 LogVol00 rhgb quiet initrd initrd 2 6 18 308 4 1 el5 img I ll come back and let you know if that works In the mean time here are some of the pages we found which led us to this workaround https access redhat com knowledge solutions 15443 http h20000 www2 hp com bizsupport TechSupport Document jsp objectID c01670591 https www centos org modules newbb viewtopic php topic id 24267 forum 38 https bugzilla redhat com show bug cgi id 663912 http slacksite com slackware nmi html NMI watchdog definition HPET change make no difference Well turning off HPET didn t work for us as we got another one of the messages in the messages log on May 7th So the next thing to try is changing the power regulation settings in the BIOS to use OS Control presumably changing it from Hardware

    Original URL path: http://www.beetlebrow.co.uk/what-do-you-need/help-and-documentation/unix-tricks-and-information/kernel-errors-and-nmi (2016-02-16)
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