One common pitfall when working with TYPO3 extension powermail

I’ve had the problem myself, when I used powermail years ago for the first time. And I’ve seen it again and again with other developers since then: The extent use and automatic inclusion of jQuery and some other Javascript libraries is a constant cause for non-working powermail forms, after having it set up. And too often the developer is at first clueless, why it’s not working, as the problem’s resulting from a fact, he is not necessarily aware of: Javascript conflicts, which occur as soon as you add the powermail static TypoScript templates to your website.

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Getting to know your PHP environment on Mac OS X

When running an Apache, MySQL and PHP environment on your Mac for local development, it’s good to know how to get some basic information about your PHP setup via the command line – especially if you have used several PHP versions over the time, which you may have installed in different ways (e.g. when you first used MAMP before switching to the PHP installation coming with OS X), as this again may lead to several PHP installations running at the same time as well as to several php.ini files flying around in your system.

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