I configured a WordPress plugin on my personal blog site to allow me to embed YouTube videos of my kids to share with the family. The plugin is called Youtube With Fancy Zoom and provides a great way to setup a gallery of YouTube thumbnails that when clicked on will open a YouTube movie in a overlay window. Anyway during configuring the plugin, videos, etc. I was logged in to YouTube and assumed everything was working properly. I emailed the new page to my wife to check out and she let me know that she was not able to view the videos because they were all labeled private. The message stating the YouTube videos were private along with how to share the videos with everyone are both detailed below.
Livestream is a web-based stream video service. I use it because it allows you to broadcast both your computer screen and camera video at the same time in a picture in picture format. You can also switch between the screen and camera during the middle of the video webcast. When you log into a channel,…
I recently brushed the dust off of my SlingBox so I could set it up and allow my Dad could watch some local Basketball games. One thing that had not been done in a long time was to upgrade the firmware so after I got it working that was the first thing I checked. To my suprise the way to upgrade the firmware has gotten a lot easier than it used to be if I remember correctly. Follow the directions below to upgrade your SlingBox’s firmware using your Internet Explorer browser via SlingBox.com.
Gnome has just upgraded their version and there is a bug which breaks the menu. This affects anyone who is migrating from any previous versions of gnome to 2.26. I am not sure about Linux Distributions which use binary packaging systems but on Gentoo Linux There are some things that break on the upgrade.
There are many tricks or little configuration items you can use to make your WordPress powered site more secure than it comes by the default install. One of those items is to require the login to happen over HTTPS and require that all WordPress admin traffic takes place over HTTPS as well. I personally also use a plugin called WP Block Admin to only allow users with certain credentials access to wp-admin so consider looking into that as well if you have areas of your site that are not in the admin section that require users to login like a forum or to leave comments.