Archive for March 7th, 2009

Installing a gem locally is extremelly easy if you follow the steps below. I was recently in a situation where I had to upgrade a gem quickly to resolve a bug but the latest version of the gem located on http://gems.rubyforge.org was older than what was necessary. You need to locate the .gem file for the gem that needs to be installed and get a copy on the local server. In my case I happened to have a gem server that had ben installed but the web access was down at the moment so I SCP’d (secure copy) it to the local server and placed it in /usr/local/src.

Once you have the gem moved onto the local server issue the below command to install.

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In an attempt to promote as much community as possible I would suggest removing the Website field for when people post comments to your WordPress blog. In this scenario below the Mandingo Theme is being used however it is just as easy to remove the Website field from the default field as well. If people still want to post their web site when making a comment they can do so in the body of the comment.

If you are using the Mandingo Theme then you will need to modify two files but if using the default WordPress Theme you should only need to modify one file. The lines to remove should be the same or very similar no matter what Theme you are using.

In Mandingo follow the below directions to remove the Website field from the comments form when people are not logged in.

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