CiviCRM Stripe 1.9.1 released. Wordpress backend contrib fix, graceful no-email found error handling
Release 1.9.1 is mostly for the auto-packager to pick it up (for real this time), but includes a fix for a potential issue in Wordpress when doing a backend contribution.
"Finally" right? This should fix a lot of misc issues that were happening. This release is compatible with CiviCRM 4.4 & 4.5.
If you are using CiviCRM 4.5.x, you must update to the latest (4.5.5) - there were issues in core's JS preventing backend contributions with Stripe.
Noticed these in my inbox this morning. How awesome!
"View Issue" and "View Pull Request" links so you don't have to dig around in the email thread.
10 years, 10 days, $10 dollars. I don't know if you've seen their library, but this is a pretty sweet deal.
They have books ranging from Business management to servers, mobile apps, and nearly every coding language out there.
I have always spoken openly about my position on technical issues via Drastik by Design. We ran a banner for ending IE 6. Open support of Net Neutrality & fighting the SOPA act. Since June 4th, drastikbydesign.com is displaying the #ResetTheNet banner on its home page.
I encourage my friends and family to give Linux a try (and provide support in their attempts), or at least look into better security options for their devices.
Ultrabook means an Intel processor unfortunately, but it is what it is...
Nautilus quit opening a few updates after upgrading to 14.04. For those going umm, "nautilus"? It is the file browser, or "Files" icon in your apps.
dmesg shows something like:
traps: nautilus[pid] trap invalid opcode error:0 in nautilus[400000+152000]
Transform Drupal messages into Bootstrap Modals!
Targets via selector, defaults to Drupal's messages (.messages), it can be changed so you can detach any element(s) from DOM & place in modal.
Configure the header & footer. Group all message types in 1 modal, or split apart in multiple. Option for a "controls div" that is simply a button to re-display the modal.
Still taking in all of the rush of emotions as a technical dream comes true. My friend and occasional business partner of 5 years, James Conlin, was so smitten w/ the idea of dbounty.com that he has helped in tremendous ways to get 'the ship sailin'.
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