Back in 2007, I stopped maintaining my SeaMonkey Help website. Others took over maintaining the site, but it wasn’t long before they stopped maintaining it as well. That wouldn’t be a big deal if it weren’t for one thing: SeaMonkey 2. SeaMonkey 2 was a huge change, making most of the site incorrect. I recently [...]
Wow…here’s the story… I use Dreamhost to host ilias.ca. I have many ilias.ca email aliases. Most relay messages to a gmail account (for spam filtering, and a searchable web archive), which then forwards them to an IMAP account hosted on ilias.ca. On Friday, Dreamhost decided to move some email accounts to new hardware. Here’s the [...]
In an effort to free some of my time, so I can devote it to Firefox support planning; I’m no longer updating my SeaMonkey Help site. If anyone is interested in taking it over, please contact me. I can keep hosting it, and set up an FTP account for the maintainer. The site uses HTML [...]
I sometimes get email from people wanting advertising space on my website. Obviously, I don’t want any advertising on my website; but I also think (in most cases) everyone’s got a price. So here’s mine… $100,000.00 CAD. If anyone is willing to pay me a one time fee of one hundred thousand Canadian dollars, they [...]
In case anyone didn’t know it existed, I just found a Microsummaries plugin for WordPress. No configuration required. Upload it, activate it, and your blog offers live titles.
Anyone reading Planet Mozilla, reading a post from me called “Forcing Pop-ups Into Tabs”, and thinking “how does this help me?” I don’t know how that got on my feed. That was a draft of a post. It was unfinished.
I’ve just moved my blog from Blogger to WordPress. I couldn’t take it anymore. WordPress is better because: the content management system actually resides on the same server as the blog site. When Blogger.com was down, it seemed so stupid to me, that I couldn’t publish content to my own website, which was running fine, [...]
I have created a SeaMonkey Help site. It was inevitable. Most of it is copied over from my Mozilla Help site, with the appropriate changes. The majority of items have been tested, but not all. There were many that I just assumed also work in SeaMonkey. Contact me, if you see any mistakes. Website URL: [...]
Back in November, I posted about a problem I’ve had with my Mozilla and Netscape help sites. They had become too big to have all FAQs on one page, and were laborious to update. It was obvious that I needed to give each FAQ item its own page, but that presented a different problem. If [...]
I’ve added Mozilla Links, and supernova00′s Firefox Tips & Tricks to my links page; and as per Â»QÂ«’s comment, changed the Live Bookmarks tutorial to John Bokma’s main Firefox Tips and Tricks site.