There is an interesting article from the Web Standards Project on their website, about what passing the Acid3 test (the most popular test for browsers compliance to standards) really means and what is currently going on at this level.
Recently I’ve had to fix a very strange cPanel installation of Chamilo. For some reason small files could be uploaded but not large files. Modifying the .htaccess file to add post_max_size and upload_max_filesize didn’t work. The problem was due to two things, really: the re-configuration of php settings could only be done through local php.ini […]
This guide is written specifically to cover a lack of quality documentation for the installation procedure of an OpenMeetings 2.2 server on a Debian Wheezy box. It will be based on the manual available already for this procedure (but relatively badly structured and written in a rather improvable English), by Alvaro Bustos with the help […]
There is a common problem appearing when installing a new Chamilo portal that I have seen a lot recently, so I thought I’d share the details here. The problem When installing Chamilo on a cPanel-kind-of-hosting, it might happen that you complete the installation, but when you want to enter a newly-created course, an ugly error […]