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raelgc / Bash Git color config.txt
Last active December 15, 2015 01:09
Simple and util .bashrc colors to use with git projects.
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# Friendly Color Names
raelgc / Email Server (Linux, Unix, Mac).md
Last active September 26, 2023 16:01
Setup a Local Only SMTP Email Server (Linux, Unix, Mac)
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raelgc / Email Server (Windows Only).md
Last active September 2, 2023 18:32
Setup a Local Only Email Server (Windows Only)
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raelgc / Install MSOffice on
Last active June 5, 2023 23:03
Install MSOffice on Ubuntu
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Install Microsoft Office 2010 on Ubuntu


We'll install MSOffice using the PlayOnLinux wizard. Additionally, MSOffice requires samba and winbind to properly work.

So, if not installed, install them:

sudo apt-get install playonlinux samba winbind
raelgc /
Last active September 20, 2016 18:15

Integrate CloudSponge in

The goal of this document is to provide a simple guide to help users to embed the CloudSponge widget.

Wix platform do not support direct JavaScript on pages, only in an iframe. So we've created a sample Wix page to display how embed the CloudSponge widget.

In the follow steps, we'll reproduce the instructions in a new Wix page to embed the CloudSponge widget.

1. Add an iframe to your page

raelgc /
Last active February 7, 2017 18:26
CloudSponge +

Integrate CloudSponge in users can easily integrate CloudSponge in using the CloudSponge Drupal module.

If for some reason, users cannot use the above module, there is another alternative: use the CloudSponge widget including our simple snipet in a full HTML page. To achieve this, we'll insert the CloudSponge JavaScript library in the default theme.

Compared to Drupal 6, Drupal 7 platform has changed the way to support JavaScript in the pages and introduced several new techniques that allow users to embed JavaScript in Drupal site's pages.

In the follow steps, we'll reproduce the instructions in a new Drupal instance to embed the CloudSponge widget.

raelgc / afterSubmitContacts.html
Last active March 1, 2017 23:29
CloudSponge Webhook + Zapier Example
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<!DOCTYPE html>
Include the script anywhere on your page, usually in the head
(don't forget to replace `localhost-only` with your own CloudSponge Widget Key)
<script src="//"></script>