In this post, I’m going to step through getting a basic starter project going in ReactJS.
new operator and a temporary constructor function. This post will show
how you can use the Object.create() method to setup the prototype without using
It’s been 3 years since I wrote the little tutorial “Using Zen-Cart as a “Cart Only” System” and a lot has changed. The original tutorial was written for Zen-Cart 1.38 BEFORE they implemented the security token system for form submits. Since I moved to OpenCart as the shopping cart back-end for my main web project, I never bothered updating the Zen-Cart tutorial as I didn’t have the time or inclination to do so.
Update: I have this post here for posterity, but you should probably just use flex-box in modern browsers.
UPDATE – 12/26/2012 - This Post is WAAY outdated, please see my new post regarding this method. I’ve seen this question has been asked many times before on the Zen-Cart forums with the same answer given each time: “it is not meant to be used like that, just make your whole site in Zen-Cart.” Well, if you have ever used a CMS like Typolight, you know that by comparison, the “CMS” capabilities of Zen-Cart cannot compare by any stretch of the imagination.
Buried in the recesses of my hard drive I found some pics I saved from a degrading 3.5” floppy. Both were made in 1991 using the state of the art PC Paintbrush IV+. The machine I was using was a VGA equipped 286 made by some company that went out of business a long time ago (started with a Z I think). At any rate, The first one was copied from a Sierra Interaction Magazine advertisement for the VGA remake of Leisure Suit Larry.
What Is Comcast Powerboost? After upgrading the firmware in my Linksys WRT-54G router to Tomato, I was watching the wonderful real-time bandwidth graph that shows you exactly how much data is passing in and out of the router. With this tool in hand, I thought I’d see exactly what exactly does “Powerboost” actually do for me. I’m not disparaging it, as I can see it doing good for people who frequently download smaller files, say, single mp3’s, large images, etc.
Something I’ve been wanting to do for awhile I finally got to do a week ago. That is install the custom firmware Tomato on our Linksys WRT54G v.2 wireless router. Prior, I had only been using the router as an access point and not the full up router/firewall it was designed to be. This is due to the VOIP router (Dlink 1120M) that was provided by AT&T( as a part of their CallVantage service) was presently serving that role.