Saturday, July 19, 2014

Creating Custom T-Shirts is Easy with CustomInk

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Creating Custom T-Shirts is Easy with CustomInk

  • Family Reunions
  • Day Camps
  • Fun Runs
  • Kickball Tournaments… the list goes on for all the fun summer events that call for a special shirt to unite the crowd and commemorate the moment. 
CustomInk is an online custom t-shirt service that offers a hassle-free design and order process, helpful customer service and free shipping! For all of the reasons you can think of to create a t-shirt, their design lab has fonts and artwork ready to inspire your ideas.

Watch their commercial below to help you get to know more about CustomInk and how they can help you outfit your next event.

Monday, July 14, 2014

Client Shout Outs (aka A Great Big Thank You) #6

Our latest client shout out goes to The Upstate Network. It's a great networking group getting it's start in the Upstate of South Carolina.  We created a WordPress based website that allows their staff to maintain the website. So, if you are a business owner, sales rep, or marketing manager looking for a low cost-high reward method of finding leads why not check out The Upstate Network's website?

  • WordPress Content Management System
  • Business Directory
  • Events Calendar

Friday, July 11, 2014

[SOLVED] Joomla "Call to undefined function wincache" error

I spent more time looking for this solution than it took to implement.  If you're running Joomla on a Windows server setting the Cache settings so that the site works properly can be tricky.  If you ever get a "wincache" error that looks something like this: PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined function wincache_ucache_info() in .../libraries/joomla/cache/storage/wincache.php on line 150 the fix is quick and easy.

I found the answer here, but the forum discussion is so long and bloated with non-essentials I wanted get to the point of how to solve the issue.


Via Joomla Admin:

  1. Backup your database (and files) before making any changes to your Joomla site
  2. In "Global Configurations" in your Joomla admin go to "Server Settings"
  3. On the right of the server configuration page you will see "Cache Settings"
  4. Change your "Cache Handler" to "file"
  5. Save your settings

Via FTP or Hosts Cpanel:
  1. Backup your configuration.php file
  2. Next open your configuration.php file in a text editor
  3. Find the line:  public $cache_handler = ‘wincache’
  4. Change it to: public $cache_handler = ‘file’;
VoilĂ !  Problem solved.
(thanks to JoomSavvy)