" March 2014 "

Display and View User Meta with User Meta Display WordPress Plugin

After being frustrated and not being able to find any clean plugins that will display specific User Meta, I decided it was time to just go ahead and write my own plugin.  Hence, my newest WordPress Plugin, User Meta Display, was born.  This plugin will give you a dropdown box of users you can select from, when you select a user it will automatically display all of that user’s meta details using AJAX. (more…)

Resourcify, a WordPress Plugin to display sources/resources/quotes at bottom of post

So if you’ve read around on my blog i’m sure you’ve seen at the bottom of the post “Sources” which are basically links to sites that helped me, or had relevant information I thought others would benefit from.  Unfortunately the plugin I was using for this hasn’t been updated since 2011, and I finally decided to create one myself to take care of this, and to add new features such as templates, etc. (more…)

How to remove Proxmox "No Valid Subscription" pop up message from Proxmox 3+

Recently with version 3.1+ of Proxmox, if you don’t have a license subscription, they made it where a message box pops up on screen that says “You do not have a valid subscription for this server. Please visit www.proxmox.com to get a list of available options.” … this is because in order to use the “Enterprise” repository you must pay for a subscription. The basics of it are they still provide a free repository, but those packages are not as heavily tested and verified as the enterprise repository. Either way when you, or one of your clients/customers, logs into Proxmox interface, it shows that annoying nag message box now. Luckily there is an easy way to remove it…

How to fix cPanel Roundcube “An error occurred! Could not save the contact address”

Recently I came across the issue where a cPanel user logged into Roundcube webmail and was unable to add a contact to address book.  The specific error that Roundcube output on the screen was “An error occurred! Could not save the contact address.” which meant Roundcube had to have something other than a web error as everything else worked perfectly fine.  Well turns out it was actually  (more…)