3G/LTE Data Connection Fix – Sprint S4 – CyanogenMod

This post is how I fixed my 4G LTE signal intermittent dropping and broken/non-existent 3G connection on my Sprint Galaxy S4 phone while running CyanogenMod. Background I’ve been running CyanogenMod stable on my Sprint Galaxy S4 (jfltespr) since the day I got it. The version I stuck with was 10.1 (Android 4.2.2) because it had […]

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WordPress Admin Permission Error – s2Member

Recently a website was presenting the dreaded “You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page” message when logging in. However, I was able to access the WordPress backend by clicking links in the top admin navigation. I still had access to create/edit posts and pages, edit themes, install and activate plugins, add new […]

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Mijireh WordPress Checkout Alternative – wpFortify

I’ve been looking for a Mijireh checkout alternative because of their new $5/mo minimum fee (if you’re not on an annual $49 plan). That’s when I found wpFortify. It is a new service that allows you to collect Stripe credit card payments on their SSL checkout page and remain PCI compliant. If you want to […]

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BP-WP Profile Reviews and Rating Plugin

BP-WP Profile Reviews Plugin BP-WP Profile Reviews was created to fill the need for reviews, ratings, and testimonials on Buddypress on member profiles. This plugin is an adaptation of the amazing plugin BP Group Reviews. This plugin has two functions that can be used together or separately: Buddypress Member Profile Reviews – This option enables […]

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How to Unlock Sprint Galaxy S4 for Global SIM GSM

I recently traveled to Europe with my Sprint Galaxy S4 world phone. I planned on getting a pre-paid GSM SIM card to use for Google maps and navigation. It turned out great. At the airport, I found a “SIM Local” prepaid wireless shop and paid 20 euro (about $26 USD) for a Meteor SIM card […]

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Pretty Permalinks in ASP.NET WordPress Hosting

This is how to remove “index.php” from your permalinks in ASP.NET Windows WordPress hosting. If you’ve installed WordPress on Windows ASP.NET hosting, you probably have found that there are a few minor differences. One of those differences is permalinks. Because PHP isn’t a standard language for ASP.NET hosting, you need to add a rewrite to […]

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How to Auto-Post Updates to Google+ Page

There is now a way to automatically post to Google+. When Google+ first started almost 2 years ago, there were hardly any tools to help you manage it along with your other social networks like Twitter or Facebook. Scheduling posts or automatically posting your blog’s RSS feed was impossible with Google+. They explicitly made it […]

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WordPress 3.5 Breaks Admin Dashboard Items

I recently updated one of my sites to WordPress to version 3.5 on a site that was running a minimal amount of plugins and a simple Woothemes template. While the site still displayed normally, a lot of admin menus and functionality seemed to be broken: The Visual Editor didn’t display The Add Media button didn’t […]

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