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Saturday, July 4, 2015 1:30 AM: Happy 4th of July for 2015!

Happy Fourth of July!Happy (and safe) 4th of July! :) For those in certain Oklahoma city areas, AAA is offering their Tipsy Tow service for free once again. You can call them at (800) AAA-HELP or (800) 222-4357. So, there's no excuse for anyone to drink and drive. :)

As I've done for a few years, here's the video of my EverQuest II character setting off some fireworks on her outdoor patio a few years ago. If it were the real world, the house would probably catch fire LOL. Oh, nevermind the snow, it's always snowing in Frostfang Sea.

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Sunday, June 21, 2015 1:28 AM: Happy Father's Day 2015

Happy Father's Day

Wishing everyone a Happy Father's Day, especially mine! Love you Dad! You're the best! Yeah, I know, I'm recycling the same image I used the last three years but how could I not? After all, his name is also Dale Jr. :)

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Monday, June 15, 2015 7:18 PM: My Websites Might Crash Tomorrow

This is just a quick note to say that my websites might quit working or start acting weird later tonight or tomorrow. Actually, most were generating 500 Internal Server errors already today.  I corrected that issue so I can make this post now. The reason is that my webhost, Surpass Hosting is upgrading the server to one of the PHP 5.4 versions from 5.3.28. Oh boy.. :)

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Saturday, May 30, 2015 5:52 PM: Galleries Upgraded to Zenphoto v1.4.8

Well, since I didn't say much about upgrading my galleries to version 1.4.7, I figured I'd talk about upgrading them to Zenphoto v1.4.8. I followed their upgrade instructions with some slight deviations. Following are the steps I performed:

  • I downloaded and unzipped the archive and then re-zipped it only including the zp-core and themes directory as well as the files in the root folder.
  • Backed-up the database to my local MySQL server. Actually, I backed-up both my local development database on my PC and my production database on the web server to my local MySQL server.
  • Made a backup copy of index.php (since I had some custom code in it) and copied the zp-core and themes directories to zp-core147 and themes147, respectively.
  • Deleted the zp-core directory and the standard themes from the themes directory while leaving my custom ones.
  • Unzipped the new files into my gallery's directory, replacing all files.
  • Re-added my custom code into index.php and /zp-core/zp-extensions/html_meta_tags.php.
  • Compared the changes between the Garland themes in version 1.4.7 and 1.4.8 using Windiff and saw that no changes had been made. Thus, I knew I did not need to update my customized Garland theme to incorporate any changes.
  • Refreshed my browser so that Zenphoto's setup would run. Saw there were no problems on the initial setup screen and clicked the Go button.

I then tested it in my development copy before changing my production one and did uncover one bug. When editing a single image from the front-end, it would go into batch edit mode after clicking “Apply” to save the changes made. I posted 1.4.8: Single Image edit mode bug that returns to batch edit after apply on their GitHub Bug Tracker. Their latest master support version has corrected this bug. I basically performed the same steps with the support version. Since I had already backed-up the database and files, I just re-deleted the zp-core and themes directories.

After I verified everything worked correctly as far as I could tell with my development gallery, I proceeded to upgrade the galleries on the web server. Both gallery.markheadrick.com and gallery.mysstie.com have been running version 1.4.8 for several days now. :)

Oh, for those curious, my custom code in html_meta_tags.php was to change the image being referenced in the og:image meta tag:

         case 'image.php':
            $pagetitle = getBareImageTitle() . " (" . getBareAlbumTitle() . ") - ";
            $date = getImageDate();
            $desc = getBareImageDesc();
            $canonicalurl = $host . getImageURL();
            if (getOption('htmlmeta_og-image') || getOption('htmlmeta_twittercard')) {
               // mrh use the normal sized image since Facebook has a 200x200 minimum.
               //$thumb = $host . getImageThumb();
               $thumb = $host . html_encode(pathurlencode(getCustomImageURL(NULL, 520)));

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Sunday, May 10, 2015 12:13 AM: Happy Mother's Day 2015

happy-mothers-day-largeWishing everyone a Happy Mother’s Day for 2015, especially my mom. Love you mom, you’re the greatest! :)

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