what is my audience trying to do?
- gain information – others’ experience, news relevant to their experience
- see where loved ones are
- read about their lives
- gain understanding about the process
- tell themselves that i twill be ok
- learn about tomorrow
- find rides
- find programs
- find help
- be angry
- be inspired
- be hopeful
- unload their junk
- not entertainment
well today has gone well although my typing is really off today for some reason. ug.
i mamaged to get all the things that i wanted to work today. it all just kind of came together.
well, all of the little things that i had been letting slide, from clean urls, shadowbox test, openid math gmp, pecl, and others that are in other parts of this blog are now completed. a lot of work has gone into the infrastructure in the last two days, including a server that was blown up. and a corrupted drupal install. but i have learned a lot about the linux side of things and that is good. so. after my ride and shower, it will be back to work on the actual docresource.org stuff. finally.
do this to install and configure the upload progress module
Re: to install the PECL uploadprogress library
Originally Posted by zargh
Install the PHP developer package for the version of PHP you’re using. For example, in case of php5 run:
$ sudo apt-get install php5-dev
Install the PECL uploadprogress library:
$ sudo pecl install uploadprogress
Open php.ini :
$ sudo gedit /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini
Add the line “extension=uploadprogress.so” to php.ini
$ sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart
well, i blew up my drupal install yesterday and had to drop my db, recreate it and reinstall. and that caused me to focus on something that i haven’t given enough attention to. clean urls. so now i am learning more about apache, .htaccess, apache2.conf, httpd.conf and the mod rewrite concepts. it feels like a step back but a good one in a way because i am having to learn some stuff about linux that i probably should know as an infrastructure guy. so we’ll see where it goes.
well, i’m learning gimp. at least, i’m trying. like any sophisticated program, there is a significant learning curve. and because mspaint is all i know, the curve is steep. plus, i’m an idiot. not exactly but it feels that way some times.
Determine all elements of your function – all the things that it need to do and then the form will assert itself.