I just got a new website built which is a Gantry template. I got some error, e.g. Fatal error: Out of memory. That is from Gantry's CSS LESS compiler. I tried to comment out the codes to by-pass compiler. It does not 100% work. Finally, I put a request to web host for increasing the buffer to 128MB. Then all works fine.
(Note that, I know you can use define function in php to increase your memory buffer, but some web hosts will not allow it.)
I am just about to build a new website for a client with Joomla 3.2. However, after I checked the requirement of Joomla 3.2, that requires PHP 5.4+. That doesn't support by the client's webhost yet.
If you plan to have Joomla 3.2, please check with the web hosting company first. I have worked with a number of budget web hosting companies,they are using php 5.3.x. Thus, before you install Joomla 3.2, please please check the php version of web hosting company!
When I release a website from the staging to production I got an error (500 - An error has occurred. XML file did not load.) when I click the template in administration interface. The solution is easy. Just re-load templatedetails.xml in your template folder.
WordPress 3.5 is released. I found the major updates are in Media Manager. The interface looks more beautiful! Moreover, according to their release notes, The admin is Retina-Ready. I recommend you get your wordpress upgrade.
I have experienced a virtuemart page went very well in the development environment but after it went live, some fonts in the template went strange. That is because the live environment is https enabled and the template is hard code of the css files of Google Web Fonts in the page:
Well, that is not hard just two lines of PHP codes
Firstly, we should check whether they are in https site
Then, we change all font css reference like this:
Finally, the fonts will display correctly