Having a problem with WordPress Ajax calls. In the development environment and in the admin mode on the production server, the ajax works perfectly. When the JQuery post call is made by the same code and with the same, well formatted, request data on the front-end, it fails. Debugged the client side and got the same server response with both the Safari Web Inspector and the Chrome Developer tools. The error message is Internal Server Error (500). What’s going on with IIS 10.0 ? How to set up IIS to accept front-end Ajax calls? Should I install Ajax.Net ?
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Is it possible to debug HMTL applications and/or websites while running on an iPhone or iPad? I design, build and test web sites on my iMac. Noticed that pages are rendered differently on iOS hardware and in the simulated Safari/iOS user agent under macOS. Continue reading Debugging web sites remotely on iOS device →
On a WordPress website an old problem popped up on iOS 10 devices. There is a wide gray line on the right side of the page next to the vertical scrollbar. It seems that the mobile safari wants to draw a full wide scrollbar while the iOS draws only a slim one. iOS wins with its native style scroll but the browser’s wide vertical scroll placeholder stays. How to get read of it ?
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After installing a new WordPress web site on Windows Server 2012 or 2016 we usually have issues with media library function “upload” or having problems simply showing an uploaded images. By default you can’t upload images and get error messages like “File error occurred” or “The uploaded file could not be moved to ….\wp-content\uploads”. Continue reading WordPress: image upload error on Windows Server 2012, 2016 →
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While building an Android java library project with Android Studio, a compiler error occurs: “android/asset_manager_jni.h: No such file or directory“. Java sources are in the main/java folder. C++ native sources are placed into the main/jni folder. When I try to compile the whole library without my custom Android.mk, there is no error! When using it, my own ndkbuild in the build.gradle fails with the above error. I searched for solutions but none helped me. Environment: MacBook, OS X: Yosemite, IDE: Android Studio 1.1.0. I installed the latest NDK android-ndk-r10d. What do I miss? (Project code was included).
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