Zend ISO Numeric Country Codes Dropdown

I thought it was about time I shared some of the ‘femgeekier’ things I do at work. Even if they’re not that impressive. I spent about 20 minutes putting this together the other morning and thought I would share it here in case anyone is ever needs it. Its useful for adding a country drop

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Jetpack exceeds memory limit

pft, and people doubt my minds abilities. Well doubt me no more! Incidentally what I was trying to say was that every time I install the jetpack plugin for wordpress it runs out of memory. However, it turns out that this was mostly my servers fault. Dear old Moore* seems to have limited my WP install to

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Changing the default wordpress smilies

Note: this is an old post, as shown by the version numbers! There are two ways to change the WordPress Smilies, the first way is to just replace the images of the default ones, but what if you want more interesting smilies, or more smilies than are available? WP 2.0 – Navigate to your wordpress

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Drupal: stuck on database configuration page

Note: This post was written for a very old version of Drupal and may only be relevant for a few people but I’m leaving it here for posterity. If your installing Drupal (even on localhost) if you get stuck on the Database Configuration page open ./sites/default/settings.php and change the $db_url variable to your database settings.

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