August 2012

Cantaport Shading System

Cantaport Shading System Recently our client Totally Outdoors added a new cantaport shading system to their product list. This Melbourne based builder now provides some commercial shading solutions that are excellent for both domestic and commercial designs. Check out their website here: Cantaport shading system design benefits provides an exciting range of options particular for School, Sporting clubs  and Local Councils for uses such as Open Shelters for bikes, Bus, play ground and sports grounds. Totally Outdoors professional structure of Architectural designs, 20 years of providing installed outcomes combine to deliver known outcomes across a range of project types.

DotNetNuke (dnn) jQuery problems admin menu

DotNetNuke jQuery Problems Recently there was an update to jQuery that caused some problems with DotNetNuke. The problems include: Strange or missing popup effects in custom jQuery modules Admin menu hiding the menu items on Standard DNN Dark Knight Skin Modules using jQuery failing to function as desired The Problem The problem is associated with some bugs in the jQuery released and hosted googleapis. The bugs are not related to DotNetNuke directly but the jQuery used in many instances of jQuery. The Solution The solution is an easy one. You just need to login to your DotNetNuke website with a Host Account, and modify the jQuery settings under the HOST / ADVANCED SETTINGS to a more recent and bug free version of jQuery UI.   Pasting this URL: into the “Hosted jQuery UI URL" and ensuring the “Use Hosted jQuery Version” is ticked.

Opencart on IIS 7.5 Windows 2008 Server FTP Permissions Changing

Opencart and PHP running on IIS, we found Permissions incorrect on uploaded files After working with IIS server running PHP, we found the files uploaded through the web interface of the opencart CMS failed to inherit the correct permissions. After spending weeks time to resolve this problem, believing that it was a glitch that required file permissions to be reset we found an easy solution. The Problem The problem lies with the PHP system running on IIS. When you use a web interface to upload files to your PHP CMS website, they are initially loaded to the PHP defined temporary folder. The temporary folder is set in the PHP.ini file. To find this file and check the setting, you do this: Open IIS and select PHP Manager   Then Check phpinfo()   Then search the php.ini file that opens for “upload_tmp_dir” Notice that the default location (unless you have changed… Read More »Opencart on IIS 7.5 Windows 2008 Server FTP Permissions Changing