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An HTTP server knows that it's not an expert in parsing HTML like those "browsers" it keeps hearing about; it cares that it's HTML long enough to set the MIME type to text/html and to decide whether it should be compressed and whether it needs to get handled by an external handler, but that's all based on the file extension. The contents of HTML are of no ...


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Your /js folder and files under it are serving a 500 error (internal server error). Check your web server logs, they should tell you what's wrong.


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There is something wrong with your /js folder in the http://www.graphicdesignmontreal.ca site. Thats why is not working right. I suggest using Firebug, then you can see whats wrong right there.


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Not in JavaScript that I know off, but you can run a python script on the server that will provide you with an ssh-shell in a browser. GateOne


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Set max_ranges to 0. This requires nginx 1.1.2 or higher. Example: location ~ \.mp4$ { max_ranges 0; }


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If you have Adobe Flash installed but you do not have Windows Media Player installed, then it makes sense that HTML5 video won't play but Flash video will. Windows 7 N exists solely for antitrust compliance purposes in certain European countries. Unless there is a specific prohibition against doing so in your environment, it would make the most sense to ...


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According to this page you have to add the mime types to the server, in Apache it would be: AddType video/ogg .ogv AddType application/ogg .ogg


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I found these interesting sites for comparing different systems: http://www.wikimatrix.org/ http://www.cmsmatrix.org/ I'll put in a plug for bitnami stacks, as they are great for getting a webservice up, certainly for testing, and possibly for production. I haven't had time to really start using it, but ocPortal looks like it'll be a great system for ...


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Um just curious, have you tried just renaming the extension to .ogg instead of .ogm? Edit: Have you had a chance to read this page?


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The ProxyPassMatch directive is for routing only certain traffic (i.e. requests for php files) to the FastCGI server (i.e. HHVM). Use the ProxyPass directive instead: ProxyPass / fcgi://127.0.0.1:9000/var/www/whatever.com/ According to the documentation, that should route all requests to the FastCGI server. Edit: okay, in response to your comment, ...


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Not pure HTML5, but there are other online (html/js/css based) Firessh Webshell sshterm


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Try looking at the WebM project itself.


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Try this: http://ffmpeg.gusari.org/static/ It's a static ffmpeg build, so you can just download and run it.


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No, the canvas is compiled and rendered on the client-side.


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Google Chrome Frame is a neat idea. For an answer to your first question, you can absolutely prevent IT from installing plugins. Here is the GPO area: Allow third-party browser extensions: Windows Components\Internet Explorer\Internet Control Panel\Advanced Page Add-on List: Windows Components\Internet Explorer\Security Features\Add-on Management Deny all ...


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Hey, have you seen the MediaCore video CMS before? http://getmediacore.com/ It looks like it would be a good fit if you are wanting to publish instructional videos. It supports both Flash and HTML, plus it has really good accessibility if you care about that sort of thing. All uploads are handled by a web interface too, so you don't have to worry about FTP ...


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its still a bit soon for any major cms or wiki to be migrating to html 5 and not really even worth discussing at this point due to it still being in draft stage (as you mentioned) and still not 100% supported by major, modern browsers. i would wait at least until the spec is finalized then start looking at the mailing lists for which ever cms / wiki you are ...



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