just insert this line of code directly above the closing head tag and add the widget to your blog. That way all your pictures in your posts will have the nice lightbox effect.
<link href='http://www.dolem.com/lytebox/lytebox.css' media='screen' rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'/>
Image via CrunchBaseSince a couple of days youtube supports embedded high quality videos. Therefore youtube added a option to switch to 'HQ' mode via the video player.
Until that release of the video player you had to do a little hack to get hq videos embedded into your site.
You can find the (meanwhile obsolet) hack easily by asking Mr. Google about it.
just to give you an idea - one of the best TV-Series i've seen
That'll keep me smiling till the end of the weekend :)))
Image via Wikipediaif you've ever been curious about how to setup a test environment for mq-series ... here we go
1) download the trial version [link]
if you already have a working registration you can just download the file - otherwise you have to register
2) unzip the file and start the setup
3) if you see the following screen, you have to install eclipse 3.3 as well (fortunatelly it's part of the downloaded file - just use the button 'CD') ... after that step you have to press Refresh
5) choose your prefered language and start Websphere MQ Installation
6) the installation-wizard will guide you through the installation process (I've used the typical installation)
7) Websphere MQ Wizard will start after a while to guide you through the configuration
if you don't have any domain controllers in your network choose NO (default setting)
8) we don't click 'Setup the default Configuration' ... we will do the configuration in a second
9) start the Websphere MQ Explorer
10) right click Queue Managers - New - Queue Manager ...
11) choose a name for the Queue Manager and assign this Queue Manager as the default Queue Manager
no default transission queue
i've choosen SYSTEM.DEAD.LETTER.QUEUE but it's optional
that's it for now ... click Finish
if everything is correct you'll see something like this
side note: the default port of the Queue Manager is 1414
!!!Finished!!! ... next step will be a basic java app to test the configuration