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cSprites for PHP 5.3.1/2

Joost posted a great article on reducing http requests on WordPress sites recently and one comment caught my attention. Nabil mentioned cSprites. It’s a WordPress plugin that merges the images in your posts into one file and uses CSS to position the single merged file in place of the original […]

apache , PHP , WordPress

Notes when upgrading to PHP5

I upgraded one of my servers to PHP5 this morning. Two things to watch out for: The location of your php.ini may have changed. It’s probably now in /etc/php5/apache2/. You need to copy over any changes from your old one. Update your libraries too such as the mysql client and […]

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