[b]Q:[/b] Is there any way that I can arrange to use the excellent [url=http://drupal.org/project/imagecache]ImageCache[/url] module to display my user pictures / avatars on my drupal site?
[b]A:[/b] Yes there is, just use the [url=http://drupal.org/project/imagecache_profiles]ImageCache Profiles[/url] module.
Hi, just a note to let you know that I will be giving a talk at the next Dublin Google Technology User Group ([url=http://groups.google.com/group/dublin-gtug]GTUG[/url]) meeting on how to go about hooking up Paypal payments to the Google App Engine ([url=http://code.google.com/appengine/]GAE[/url]). The meeting will be held next Tuesday the 28th at 6:30pm.
[b]Q:[/b] How can I get the path to an output [url=http://drupal.org/project/imagecache]ImageCache[/url] preset image given the path to the original input image?
[b]A:[/b] Use the [url=http://drupal.org/project/imagecache]ImageCache[/url] function
imagecache_create_path() to get the path.
[b]Q:[/b] Help, my code to post to Facebook wall via FB.ui() has suddenly stopped working, it now just displays this error - 'An error occurred. Please try again later.', what's happened?, it used to work just fine!
[b]A:[/b] In the last few days Facebook have changed their rules and you now can't call FB.ui() without first passing a valid appID to FB.init() when you call it.. So if you used to call FB.ui() without first registering an app then this may well be what's causing you the problem.
[b]Q:[/b] Help! I have overridden node.tpl.php for my content type (like node-my_type.tpl.php) in my drupal theme but it is not working, it is having no effect at all, none of my changes are being displayed when I view nodes of that type!
[b]A:[/b] There are a few reasons why drupal will not pick up on your new node template, the most common is just that the cache is out of date and needs to be cleared, but if your theme doesn't have a node.tpl.php file drupal won't use your overridden template either.
[b]NOTE:Since the time of writing Facebook have changed their setup so that now you always need to provide a valid appId to FB.Init() before calling FB.ui() - so now you always need a registered application to publish to a wall and the rest of this post is out-of-date, Grrrrrr!
[b]Q:[/b] Is there a way that my website can post to a users Facebook wall without having to register an application?
[url=www.theregister.co.uk]The Register[/url] writes about browser stats for July, it seems that Firefox has lost a small amount of 'market share' while Chrome and IE8 have both made gains:
Chrome seems to be steadily climbing month on month, Firefox is becalmed in the doldrums while IE is still way ahead of all of them...