Recently, my internal blog on SharePoint somehow started to require content approval. Probably after I’ve changed permissions to allow comments for all future posts (which should be the default setting by design if you’d ask me).
If your SharePoint blog miraculously requires content approval too, here’s how you can approve your pending posts yourself in 5 easy steps.
Are you a GoDaddy hosting customer with a WordPress site on its shared Windows web server, want to connect Jetpack to WordPress.com but failed with the ambigious server error 500 or ran into the following message if your site displays detailed errors?
“The FastCGI process exceeded configured activity timeout”
If I scored at least 4 out of 6 then this post might brighten up your day with a quick and easy solution:
Use PHP version 5.3 in your hosting configuration.
Continue reading for step-by-step instructions or an alternative fix if you’ve already upgraded or downgraded to version 5.3 and you’re still experiencing connection issues.
Hi and welcome to CAN-DO by Mike van Zandwijk. I work as principal consultant at Winvision, a Dutch IT firm nearby Utrecht, to help clients succeed. I live in The Hague, love my wonderful daughters (both teenagers so bear with me ;-) and like to write philosophical science fiction (sci-phi), read about history, strategy and whatnot to learn and teach in my free thinking spirit. [get full details]