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The castle was lit up for 3 days, and raised well over £1500 for British Legion and the renovation of the local cenotaph/park.
It is estimated over 5000 people came to visit and view the display. The display even appeared on BBC News!
I took lots of pictures, here’s a selection of mine:
With Magento, the order status flow can be quite confusing.
The following diagram from MBS is useful in understanding the status flow:
It’s worth noting the following too:
URL Encoding is the transformation of special characters into a form which can be passed over the internet. A good example being ” ” (space) which should be replaced by “%20%”.
The following SQL function can be used to URL Encode a string in SQL:
CREATE FUNCTION dbo.UrlEncode(@url NVARCHAR(1024)) RETURNS NVARCHAR(3072) AS BEGIN DECLARE @count INT, @c NCHAR(1), @i INT, @urlReturn NVARCHAR(3072) SET @count = LEN(@url) SET @i = 1 SET @urlReturn = '' WHILE (@i < = @count) BEGIN SET @c = SUBSTRING(@url, @i, 1) IF @c LIKE N'[A-Za-z0-9()''*\-._!~]' COLLATE Latin1_General_BIN ESCAPE N'\' COLLATE Latin1_General_BIN BEGIN SET @urlReturn = @urlReturn + @c END ELSE BEGIN SET @urlReturn = @urlReturn + '%' + SUBSTRING(sys.fn_varbintohexstr(CAST(@c AS VARBINARY(MAX))),3,2) + ISNULL(NULLIF(SUBSTRING(sys.fn_varbintohexstr(CAST(@c AS VARBINARY(MAX))),5,2), '00'), '') END SET @i = @i +1 END RETURN @urlReturn END
In order to use the function, call it as follows:
SELECT dbo.UrlEncode('This is a test, *&%"£$')
This gives the following result:
Thanks to Peter DeBetta for the SQL.
I’ve had an ongoing issue with a Magento installation. When the maintenance mode is turned on (with access restricted to a few ip’s), web service calls using v2 SOAP API throws the following error:
SOAP-ERROR: Parsing WSDL: Couldn't load from 'http://**URL**/index.php/api/v2_soap/index/?wsdl=1' : failed to load external entity "http://**URL**/index.php/api/v2_soap/index/?wsdl=1"
The web service worked correctly when the site was not in maintenance mode.
After lots of research, managed to find the solution. 1xbet Basically Magento itself was throwing the error as it uses the PHP SoapServer to create the API. This object needs access to Magento in order to function correctly. افضل طريقة للربح في الروليت As maintenance mode was enabled, the SoapServer didnt have correct permission, so was getting the holding page and throwing the error. تعلم لعب البوكر
In order to fix the issue, the IP address of the server needed adding to the exceptions for the maintenance mode. Full details on how to do this here – Magento Maintenance Mode
Once the IP was added to the white list, the web service calls started working again correctly.
I’ve recently been having an issue with the Fitbit One. The fitbit is an electronic pedometer/sleep tracker, with nice graphical display and syncs to your mobile device /computer, showing your stats online. مواقع الرهان على المباريات
All of a sudden the fitbit stopped syncing with my HTC One M8.
Fitbit’s website has several instructions for fixing the issue, ranging from force closing and uninstalling the app, to resetting the device.
Unfortunately none worked for me. العاب تجني منها المال I’ve even emailed their support team with no reply.
However I did find a solution, going into the Bluetooth settings and renaming the device. كيف تربح المال من الإنترنت
My guess is that changing the name forced the devices to resync.
Just seen the release of Rapberry PI v2. All I have to say is.. wow…
The new version 2 comes with 1GB of RAM, Quad core 900mhz processor. That’s double the memory and six times the processing power compared to previous B+… Plus can even run Windows 10!
Following on from yesterday’s blog post which covered Party Food, in this post I’m going to cover Christmas Gifts.
As noted in my previous post, I’m a member of Tesco’s Orchard Program. This program rewards me with money off vouchers in order for me to sample goods and review them either online, via Facebook, Twitter etc.
Buying online was a breeze, shopping via Tesco Direct‘s website and getting delivered to my local store (less than 10 minutes away). No hanging about waiting at home to have a parcel delivered! إلعب واربح
I ordered some presents for family for Christmas and these where available next day for collection. The range was quite large and was pretty comparable to the large competitors such as ARGOS etc. Although it’s worth noting that Tesco has gone down the Amazon route and let other sellers list on their site. موقع مراهنات المباريات Therefore you need to filter on “Sold By Tesco” if you want to have it delivered to store. العب بوكر
Through TopCashBack (see my blog post Get paid to shop), I also received a 0.5% cashback on top of my spend. (I know it’s not much, but as they say, every little helps!)
This blog post may sound like an advert for Tesco… In actual fact, it pretty much is.
I’m a member of Tesco’s Orchard Program. Through this program, I receive money off vouchers for products, and in return need to tweet on twitter, share on facebook, write blog posts etc. Also I receive club card points too which can be redeemed for cash.
For a company wishing to promote their brands further, I think it’s quite a good way to have lots of SEO and inbound links to your site.
I don’t really buy party food much, just once in a while for special occasions. So when the program opened up and I received the vouchers, I decided to splash out. (Why not.. It’s Christmas!) In the local Tesco, there was quite a large range of party food – all on a 3 for 2 offer. Price wise compared to the standard product, it’s a little bit more expensive, but nothing major (a couple of quid more). We purchased the following:
One thing I do like with Tesco’s products is the detailed allergy information. Some supermarkets are very vague with their information, but Tesco covers Peanut and Tree Nut Allergies very well.
All the products needed to be put in the oven. To our surprise, all products went in the oven at the same temperature (It is annoying when the temperatures need to be different for each product as some stuff doesn’t cook properly)
Taste wise, the products tasted good, a lot better than the standard product. The only downside was that the pies where a little soft. I’m not sure if this is due to design or the trays which they require baking in.
Would I buy them again? It entirely depends on the event. BBQ with friends round… No. Special celebration with family… Yes.
I’m a big fan of the raspberry pi… It’s a very versitile device, pretty rock solid, compact and powered by any 5 volt power supply .
And now become a bigger fan with the release of the A+. Swapping the SD card to a microSD card and more GPIO pins to connect to.
Here’s further information: Raspberry PI A+