Peng Zhang on January 4th, 2015

First off, this can be done, but without some minor issues. And this solution is probably more fit for those who are techy and understand the Internet. It would be more trouble for support if the solution is handed over to a client who does not have much basic internet knowledge. With that out of [...]

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Peng Zhang on September 27th, 2014

We just implemented SSO integration between WordPress and PingIdentity successfully. What we learnt is that the “simpleSAMLphp Authentication” plugin (0.7.0)¬†is too complicated to implement, as it has addtional 3rd party¬†application to install and configure, and apache server has to configured to work with it, in addition to the plugin itself. Way too complicated. We tried, [...]

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Peng Zhang on July 3rd, 2014

This screenshot pretty much tells why I chose the width stops to support with media queries.

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Peng Zhang on February 3rd, 2014

Here are some observations about the personal site collection (my site) created for each user: By default, you cannot activate the Server Publishing feature, because of an error to the effect that there is already a “Documents” library, and the message suggests deleting the document library, but that document library has no “delete this list” [...]

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Peng Zhang on February 3rd, 2014

Sharepoint my site host is a site collection where users will come to when they click the “About me” link from the Welcome drop down. Specifically, users come to the person.aspx page of the my site host site collection. From there, users can click links that will bring them to their own personal site collection. [...]

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Peng Zhang on August 15th, 2013

I wanted to find a code hosting and version control provider today. And I chose CloudForge.com over several other alternatives for a couple of reasons: GitHub – it’s a great hosting and version control system; it’s free; it has by far the largest developer community and the largest number of hosted projects; but it offers [...]

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