If you don’t know, we run a service on font-face.com which allows font hosting for use with the @font-face ccs rule. (Please see font-face.com for more information)
Anyhow, we created this HTML email and decided to – just for fun – use the @font-face style rule. We knew that support in email clients was poor, but we figured that we aught to give it a go. We asked people to send info as to wheteher it worked or not and we created this table detailing the results.
Download for free our Page RSS plugin directly from the WordPress extensions site. Continue reading
Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 6 was released way back in 2001 and has been the browser of choice for the majority of web surfers up until the release of the version 7 incarnation in 2006. Continue reading
If you use relative paths for Flash in WordPress, for example you have a basic .swf in which you load new shock wave files or images into, you may find that flash is unable to find these external files. The result? A big white space where you expected a fancy, flashy, all singing all dancing design.
Harnessing the simplicity and power of PayPal’s Instant Payment Notification system (or PayPal IPN for short) is a perfect solution to selling online downloads and subscription based content.
With their IPN system it is possible for PayPal to communicate information such as successful payments as well as the customer’s information during the payment process. At Inmeres we have solutions for bespoke systems or existing open-source systems such as OS Commerce, Zen Cart, or even WordPress.
Your knowledge is worth paying for, and through the combination of PayPal IPN, WordPress and a subscription based system you can sell this information. Either in the form of protected web pages or downloadable documents such as Adobe Acrobat PDFs.
WordPress was originally developed as a simple blogging system, since then it has grown to become the leading open-source blog solution and far more than just a blog. Continue reading
At Inmeres, we acquired an expertise on the implementation of the Symfony framework to develop powerful, reliable and extensible applications more quickly.
PHP always had its libraries of functions available to the developer, so we didn’t have to reinvent the wheel for each new project. This started with the PEAR project enabling the developer to plug modules to its project. But since Ruby on Rails demonstrated the benefits of the MVC model (to split the main applicative functions: Model, View, Controller), and since PHP 5, many frameworks were created by the open source community. The common characteristics of these frameworks were the MVC model, the scaffolding (batch creation of the model and basic pages to update the objects), the implementation of AJAX, and tools to debug, test and deploy applications.
At Inmeres, we are always keen to try new frameworks or any tool which can bring any benefit to our projects. The reasons we often choose Symfony for our projects are the following:
- Full PHP 5 and object oriented with a clean and reliable code ,
- Native management of internationalization,
- Performance with a smart cache system,
- Documentation, thanks to the great symphony community.
You can learn more about symfony on the symphony project site.