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Good for those who need something creative.
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How to get the cat in the bath... Level expert... ;-) #Caturday  
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+GIMP​ I was introduced to bicubic interpolation in Photoshop CS6 recently (with cubic being a separate choice). Is there a means of doing this in GIMP?
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Apparently I'm a komodo dragon...
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That's pretty neat.
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I'm trying to create a multiboot flash drive. What's the best multiboot live USB creator out there?
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I'm on Win 8.1, unfortunately.
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Testing Regex in #JavaScript With the exec() Method

A handy option which returns the value as an array. h/t +Louis Lazaris

https://gist.github.com/AllThingsSmitty/0aa2691aef9993132263
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Epic! Nice work Jason!
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Still the most impressive build I've ever seen.
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Nintendo Console in #CSS

Nostalgia from the 80's with awesome, smooth #animation. My 10-year-old self nods enthusiastically.

http://codepen.io/onediv/pen/AsDev #CSS3
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Definitely worth reading.
 
Learn JavaScript OO from this clever mouse: Common Misconceptions About Inheritance in JavaScript

https://medium.com/javascript-scene/common-misconceptions-about-inheritance-in-javascript-d5d9bab29b0a
WAT? [wat] — interjection: A sound a programmer makes when something violates the principle of least astonishment by ast…
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Warning: lengthy post ahead.

Anyone here use the Dresscode theme for a website? My coworker and I are having issues getting it working on the website below. The errors, according to responses to other posts here (http://support.ethemeuk.com/viewforum.php?f=12) are because vQmod wasn't installed (unfortunately, you need to have purchased this theme to view that forum, which is a little strange).

There are several errors at new.couture-closets.com that say "undefined variable". I made sure I ran the vQmod installer before even uploading Dresscode to the site, but the errors are still there. This has happened a few times since yesterday, when we tried to get Dresscode working on a new site instead of the live one.

First attempt details:
-- Installed Opencart 1.5.6.4
-- Uploaded Dresscode (did not activate modules or switch to theme)
-- Installed vQmod 2.0
-- Activated Dresscode for Opencart 1.5.6.x
-- Installed all Dresscode modules

Second attempt:
-- Reinstalled Opencart 1.5.6.4
-- Installed vQmod 2.0
-- Uploaded and activated Dresscode for Opencart 1.5.6.x

Third attempt:
-- Cleared website and DB
-- Created a fresh DB, with a DB-specific user
-- Installed Opencart 1.5.4 (the version our old Opencart site uses)
-- Installed vQmod 2.0 (as specified in dresscode_vqmod.xml, Dresscode for 1.5.4.1)
-- Uploaded Dresscode for Opencart 1.5.4.1 (Only change in Opencart between 1.5.4.1 and 1.5.4, according to the change log, is the encryption file). 
-- Installed all modules before activating the theme this time (site was still working properly, just on default theme)
-- Activated Dresscode theme

We still have these same errors. I did check the file (catalog > language > english > common > header.php) containing variable declarations that seemed to match the variables that had errors, but it doesn't appear that anything is wrong with the variable declarations, except that the syntax is a little strange ($_["test"] = " ... "; instead of $test = " ... "; or ${"test"} = " ... ";).

The original header.php that was overwritten by the one in Dresscode had that same syntax though. And I did try changing those variable declarations in case that was the issue (in the second attempt, I think), but it didn't fix it. My coworker and I stopped after the last step of the third attempt.

Thanks in advance for any help.
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