Fix Broken SQLITE disk image

David G - DrupalUsually when developing Drupal websites I use MySQL or MariaDB as my go to choice for a DBMS for any project. If my project is just a quick testbed to try a new idea or module sometimes I resort to serving static HTML from a folder using the RubyGem Serve, if I want to debug a small Drupal idea I usually resort to using the Drush runserver command and an Sqlite database for my drupal project. This way my entire project needs no system configuration! Recently in such a simple setup … I broke my database. Here is how I fixed it. Learn More

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Tracking MODX Error Message to their Source

Sometimes, when you see an error message reported on the screen or in the error log, you’ll get information about where the message is coming from. In other cases, though, MODX logoall you’ll get is the error message. In this article, we’ll look at some tricks for finding the offending file and the code that’s printing the error.

Plugins make this process challenging because they seldom display errors on the screen. They place an error in the MODX Error Log that you might not see until much later, by which time there may be many copies of the error message. Learn More

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SocialEngine 4: How To Remove a Plugin

Andrew - SocialEngine

Say you’ve installed multiple plugins but only use one or two regularly. You’ve disabled the rest, and they’re just taking up space in your files and database. If you’d like, you can choose to delete those plugins entirely, which will remove them from your system completely. To do so, follow these steps: Learn More

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