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Apr
15
comment Will a headless server wait forever at login prompt after boot?
Lucas, I believe the default in CentOS is systemd (which I haven't changed). EightBitTony, thanks for the link and explanation, that really helps clear things up for me. I'd be happy to up vote it if you wanted to make it an answer.
Apr
15
comment Will a headless server wait forever at login prompt after boot?
I'm currently running CentOS 7. I'm sorry, I don't really know what you mean by init system. Are we talking systemd, upstart, and the like?
Apr
15
awarded Scholar
Apr
15
comment Will a headless server wait forever at login prompt after boot?
Thanks for the helpful response. That makes sense.
Apr
15
accepted Will a headless server wait forever at login prompt after boot?
Apr
15
asked Will a headless server wait forever at login prompt after boot?
Apr
11
accepted Is it possible to use bcrypt or scrypt as an alternative to PBKDF2 in SJCL?
Mar
28
comment Is it possible to use bcrypt or scrypt as an alternative to PBKDF2 in SJCL?
Thanks for the very helpful answer. I'm going to give this a try later. Is there a way to set the number of rounds or work factor for scrypt?
Mar
26
asked Is it possible to use bcrypt or scrypt as an alternative to PBKDF2 in SJCL?
Mar
26
awarded Popular Question
Feb
25
comment Do I need to escape data passed to wp_localize_script()?
Thanks for the clarification. Perhaps a note should be made in the code reference or Codex?
Feb
25
accepted Do I need to escape data passed to wp_localize_script()?
Feb
24
comment Do I need to escape data passed to wp_localize_script()?
What? Experiment myself when I can just ask the internet? :) I'm not an expert on XSS, but when I passed in a string with a script tag, this is what was output: var object_name = {"param_1":"<script>alert(\"xss\");<\/script>"}; no alert was triggered on initial page load. Is that conclusive?
Feb
24
asked Do I need to escape data passed to wp_localize_script()?
Jan
19
comment TinyMCE editor is breaking my beautiful HTML
Bryan, that's a good idea, but I still need the entire <figure> to be clickable, so I'm back to wrapping it in an <a> tag (or using multiple <a> tags which I would rather not do).
Jan
16
accepted TinyMCE editor is breaking my beautiful HTML
Jan
16
comment TinyMCE editor is breaking my beautiful HTML
Just to close this out. I wound up using <span> tags. I hate that my markup is now white-space dependent, but it was the path of least resistance for now. I tried <figcaption> but it's a block level element, and TinyMCE wouldn't allow the <a> tags to wrap it, so I was back at square one. Thanks again for all the ideas.
Jan
16
comment TinyMCE editor is breaking my beautiful HTML
That's an interesting thought. I hadn't considered marking it up as a figure and caption. I'll give that a try.
Jan
16
comment css merge box shadows
If you only need to target modern browsers, you could look into calc(). That would allow you to set the width of each item to 25% - 1pt for a border. Then you could use a negative margin to collapse the inner borders.
Jan
15
comment TinyMCE editor is breaking my beautiful HTML
Thanks for catching that typo in my example HTML (I edited the question). Just to be clear, the real HTML in question does not have that issue. I will checkout the plugin you mentioned.
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