My blog has only been around since August, but since then and about hundred and twenty posts later, I’ve gotten pretty far. I’ve helped out a few people and that especially makes me happy. I’ll do my best to find things to post about that can help people in 2009, so thanks for reading! Anyway, here is the Top 10 List of Posts Of 2008 for my blog!
- The most viewed post for 2008 is about Nero 9! Nero 9 hid the burn an iso feature. I explain in my post where to find it and also a commenter explained that you can find the burn an iso in the context menu if you right click on the iso.
- Next, we have one of the oddest errors ever: Fatal error: Cannot redeclare pclziputilpathreduction. My post explains that it had something to do with WPAU. I posted the fix (which I followed a week earlier) when some commenters found my post and told me about the fix/problem.
- The latest edition to my computer family this year was my father’s new Acer Aspire 5735-4624. The review I wrote on it claims it’s spot as the third most viewed post.
- Very early in the School session I was toying with CakePHP. I had a case where I needed to use and and between in Model->find. It didn’t work out as I expected it to, but I really like the result. I really wish CakePHP wasn’t so overwhelming; I would use cake a lot more otherwise.
- Another error message to the rescue! Delimiter must not be alphanumeric or backslash [CORE\cake\libs\model\model.php, line 2202] was the error message and it was definitely annoying. It happened when you used required in a model’s validation requirements. A commenter also pointed out that my fix (wrapping the required value in an array) was a hack and that I should reread the documentation.
- I was not expecting this one to be in this list. I wrote a post about how to set the Windows Environment Variables for XP/Vista. Nothing exciting to point out here, but it’s good to know if want to use the JDK.
- I still can’t understand this one: Facebook lost my email notifications settings. I don’t know how the super-giant Facebook can suddenly loose your email settings. Plus, contacting us by email about email settings is a bit weird too. I was just as confused as everyone else with that, but it wasn’t a very complex phishing scheme. It just wasn’t, it was really Facebook’s problem, but nobody knows how or why?
- I think this post about WordPress RC 1 was popular because I put the cannot redeclare pclzip… in it. It was a post covering what my thoughts were on the Release Candidate for WP2.7. Gravatars worked again (I had been beta testing nightlies), visuals condensed but still, the post editor was allergic to small window sizes.
- I wrote this because it’s a core part of the Fluff Grabber. Getting HTML with CURL+PHP is a central part of the systems I use for the Fluff Grabber, so I thought everyone should know about that.
- Finally, one final error for the year! syntax error [Break on this error] <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD XHTMLÃ¢â‚¬Â¦3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd”> was a simple mistake in HTML. It happens when you forget to point a script tag someplace but include the src attribute. A commenter adds also that it also happens when you don’t give script tags valid src location. The URL of that post is long.
This list is based on the view count for each post provided to me by Google Analytics.Ã‚Â I want to thank everyone who has read this year and everyone who has commented. It’s a great feeling to know that someone is reading your blog. Even if you’re not subscribed to my blog’s feed, I still thank you for reading at least once. Thanks!