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Custom WordPress Permalinks Are Causing 403 or 404 Errors

When settings custom permalink structures in your WordPress settings make sure to either make .htaccess writeable by your webserver so that when saving your custom structure via the backend WordPress will automatically update your .htaccess too or manually edit your .htaccess file with the minimal required mod_rewrite rules as shown...

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Setting Custom Portlet Titles in Liferay

Setting custom portlet titles in Liferay can be a little tricky. Changing the title via the portlet configuration in the frontend is easy but when it comes to reading the custom title property programmatically things seem to get a little messy. Setting the Title So, first of set your portlet...

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Customizing Date Format in JIRA

Sometimes you might want (or need) to change the default date-time format set in JIRA. Out of the box the format is set to d/MMM/yy, which translates to for instance 1/Jan/13. Luckily, this setting can be easily edited through the administration interface under System » General Configuration » Advanced (scroll...

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Setting Custom Timezones in Liferay

By default Liferay uses UTC as timezone. In order to set custom timezones you may choose from the following options: Create an EXT-Plugin Specify timezone in Tomcat’s setenv script EXT-Plugin Create an EXT-plugin (or use your existing one) and put system-ext.properties in extyour-extdocrootWEB-INFext-implsrc using the following setting: Be sure the...

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Custom Zend_Form view script

Sometimes Zend’s built-in form decorators are not flexible enough to achieve customized views. Luckily, Zend provides means to specify custom view scripts. The following example demonstrates how to set and handle such a script. First and foremost, in your default (action) view script simply output the form as usual: Then,...