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Authorize.net is deprecating their SSL 2.0 Protocol

I recently received email notification that Authorize.net will be deprecating their SSL 2.0 Protocal the week of March 16 - 20, 2009. All of our Authorize.net ecommerce development was done using the 3.0 version, even going…
Joaquin Lippincott
February 25th, 2009
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Social Media Club Portland Re-launches

Last night, nearly 90 people packed into The Agency for the official kickoff presentation with the Social Media Club - Portland.
Sam LaRoe
February 24th, 2009
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Autocomplete, clearing form values and Drupal form fields

Some browsers like to be helpful and help by remembering certain form fields. I was having a problem with Firefox auto-populating my some of my form fields (specifically field type 'password' and 'password_confirm') in a…
Barrett Olafson
February 20th, 2009
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Validating multiple drupal form fields and only outputting one erro

I've run into this problem twice. So it was time to figure out a solution... Check out my solution on the drupal support boards @ http://drupal.org/node/155695#comment-1263443
Barrett Olafson
February 17th, 2009
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DrupalCampPDX '09 is coming! Are you ready?

The new year is upon us, and with a fresh install of the calendar comes the opportunity to try and recreate the magic that was DrupalCamp 08. The inaugural planning session for the this year's camp took place last night
Sam LaRoe
January 29th, 2009
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How to Add a Field to the Drupal Contact form

Ever wish you could use the existing Drupal Contact module as your sitewide contact form and just add a field or two? You can and it's really easy. All you need to do is create a new module and add the fields via the…
Joaquin Lippincott
January 27th, 2009
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Getting command line access to PHP and MySQL running MAMP on OSX

If you have MAMP installed on your Mac OS X box, you're probably going to want command line access to those applications at some point. Assuming you're running a default install you'll run into difficulty when you type php…
Joaquin Lippincott
January 26th, 2009
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Installing FTP on a CentOS 5 system

I recently had to install a FTP client on one of our live servers. This was a first time occurrence for me, so I thought it might be useful to document for anyone else looking to do the same. - Use yum to install the FTP…
Barrett Olafson
January 22nd, 2009
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VMWare: Recovering from running out of disk space on the Host machine

If you've ever run out of disk space you know what a pain that is. However when you run out of diskspace on the host machine running VMware, things get even more interesting. When disk space runs out on the Host VMs are…
Joaquin Lippincott
January 19th, 2009
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Adding a directory to subversion, and ignoring the directory contents

Sometimes when committing things to svn you want to commit a directory, but ignore all of the files inside it. Here's how.
Joaquin Lippincott
November 25th, 2008
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Ubercart Checkout + IE7 + Google Toolbar Autofill = broken

Working on an Ubercart site recently, I ran into a small snag : some of the collapsible fieldsets weren't opening under IE7 when using the Google Toolbar w/ AutoFill enabled. Specifically, the Delivery & Billing…
Sean McKeon
October 25th, 2008
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New Look, New Blog

With our new look and feel finally released to the world, I thought I would take a moment to pontificate and see if I couldn't add something of value
Sam LaRoe
October 21st, 2008

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