Sometime back in 2012 or 2013, I stumbled upon this site. As you will see, it displays the current time but in a rather creative manner. Note that this “word clock” is built on Flash.
I thought it would be cool to create it in jQuery just as an exercise. So I started on it and it took just about under one hour to come up with a similar word clock built on jQuery. Here is the link for it. Go ahead and check the time.
Problem:This is a common scenario. You are using tinyMCE in admin of a site to insert a link to image. While displaying that image on frontend tinyMCE makes it relative path instead of absolute. Solution:
When setting up tinyMCE set these 2 configuration options:
Both these options are true by default. As the name implies, “remove_script_host” removes the protocol and host part of URLs. “relative_urls” must be set to false is you want to set “remove_script_host” to false.