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Archive for February 23rd, 2012

WordPress XML sourcecode help needed; forum posts gets deleted.

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/02/23

Please one of the WordPress.com support people, contact me through my contact form.

I tried posting this question, but as you can see it is marked as ‘Topic Closed, This topic has been closed to new replies’, and looks empty on your forums’:

Please stop deleting the XML from my

</h1>
Since WordPress deletes anything but the most basic XML from 

tags:

See https://wiert.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/wordpress-html.doc

When I put that in a WordPress post, it deletes the XML.
It does this for anything but the most basic XML.

Please fix that!

–jeroen

Thanks in advance!

–jeroen

Posted in Development, SocialMedia, Software Development, Web Development, WordPress, WordPress | 2 Comments »

Bitcricket IP Subnet Calculator

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/02/23

When routing networks, one of the important things to get right is your IP subnets.

Doing the math from your head is hard, and I usually used some subnet calculator web pages, but recently stumbled over the great [Wayback] Bitcricket IP Subnet Calculator.

IP Subnet Calculators … pioneered byby Bitcricket founder J. Scott Haugdahl …  rewrite of this tool, improving upon the precedent set by the original with a refreshed GUI, native Windows or Mac operation, and support for IPv6.

As the quote tells, it is running on both Windows and Mac, so I took a quick look and found that the underlying technology is Qt with a C++ application layer. That reminds me of the old Kylix days :)

–jeroen

via: [Wayback] IP Subnet Calculator – Overview.

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