WordPress 3.5 and mod_pagespeed do NOT play well together
March 6, 2013
WordPress 3.5 may look cool, but it has found a dozen new and clever ways in which to break itself. Last week, I figured out how to fix the “Add Media” button. This week, I discovered that I could no longer select any drop-downs in the admin screens, add tags, or click most buttons. I dug around and found the “Troubleshooting WordPress 3.5 Master List” which lead me to discover that mod_pagespeed was my most recent grief giver. Fortunately, it’s easy to fix.
Puppet Quick Tip: Enabling an Apache module
April 5, 2012
Recently, I was asked to enable mod_rewrite for Apache on our webservers, which are controlled by the sexy puppet master server. I did a quick google to see if anyone had any recipes published. On the puppet wiki there is a recipe for Apache on Etch, but their module portion installs Apache modules. In the case of mod_rewrite it comes with Apache2 so it doesn’t need to be as complicated as they suggest.