I was adding mouse wheel events to a
ul element with the CSS rule
overflow:hidden to emulate mouse wheel scrolling when no scrollbar was present.
The links in the unordered list also trigger a Bootstrap 4.1 Modal that contains a Bootstrap Carousel. So I decided to add the same functionality to my modal carousel gallery. Continue reading Add Mouse Wheel Support to Bootstrap Carousel with jQuery
According to Adobe, to use Microsoft Edge as a preview browser in Windows 10, you should do this…
To use Microsoft Edge to preview your web pages, perform the following actions:
Continue reading Add Microsoft Edge to Dreamweaver’s “Preview in Browser” List
Installing Windows 10 or adding another user that does not have, want or need a Microsoft account? Windows 10 does include a way, albeit not immediately obvious… Continue reading Install Windows 10 or Add a New User Without a Microsoft Account
I am a long-time user of LiveZilla, primarily due to the availability of a Windows app. Aside from some minor quirks here and there, my biggest complaint is not being able to find the version in the Windows/web management user-interface. When I’m looking for the version, it’s usually to see if I’m running a relatively current release (fairly common administrator task). Continue reading How to Determine Your LiveZilla Version Number
So, I was working on a new theme for an OpenCart store I manage. Since creating it from scratch, I decided to adhere to suggestions from Bootstrap, Google and others that advise loading content-blocking scripts at the bottom of the page instead of in the <head>.
Of course, I ran into the same problem that probably has you reading this article.
How the hell am I supposed to use ‘jQuery’ or ‘$’ before the library is loaded?! Short answer, you can’t. You can however get around the problem with this solution. Continue reading Use jQuery Without Loading Scripts in Document
I regularly use remote access tools such as LogMeIn, RemoteDesktop and TeamViewer to provide remote support for clients all over the country. Since Windows 8 arrived, getting the Windows username from clients has become increasingly difficult. More often than not I hear “I don’t know” or “my PIN is …”, neither of which provide insight to the actual username. Continue reading How to Determine Your Actual Windows Username for Purposes Like Remote Access
So over the past few months I have been working more with media applications (graphics, video, etc). During this time I noticed my aging Dell Inspiron N7110 laptop was starting to lag as if I was out of memory. Continue reading Windows 10 Memory Usage Capped at Fifty Percent (50%)
Today I had to figure out the most efficient way to generate Emoji from ISO 3166-1 Alpha-2 country codes such as US, GB, etc. I opted to go for a for 100% SQL solution.
The most efficient way to convert each ASCII letter to their Unicode Regional Indicator Symbol Letter that I determined is provided below (simplified)… Continue reading MYSQL: Get Flag Emoji Unicode from ISO 3166-1 Alpha-2 Country Codes
A quick run-through to show you how to adjust the volume of individual Windows applications…
- Right-click your “Volume” icon and select “Open Volume Mixer”
- Slide “Device” to 100
- Adjust “System Sounds” until achieving desired level
- You will hear Windows’ “Default Beep” sound when releasing the slider. If moving the slider with your mouse wheel, click/tap bar to hear the test sound.
- Continue adjusting the volume for other applications
Continue reading Adjust the Volume for Individual Windows 10 Applications
I realize LiveZilla has their own suggestion for performing input field validation, but here is my spin on the process.
Create `validation.php` in your main LiveZilla folder with the following code (update input field IDs accordingly)… Continue reading LiveZilla Input Field Validation (eg: Require Email)
I wrote a post yesterday about testing your internet connectivity using a Windows batch file, but since I cannot leave well-enough alone, I decided to keep working on it.
A few things to keep in mind…
- The line “set ESC=” ends with a non-printable ASCII ESC character (ASCII 27; Hexadecimal 0x1B) that may not be visible in your browser. Editors like Notepad++ show non-printable characters.
- If you add “hosts” you should also add “names” – hosts entry will be displayed otherwise.
- hosts index should start at zero with no sequence gaps
- The “for” loop’s “end” should match count(hosts + 1)
Continue reading Better Windows Batch (.bat) File for Testing Internet Connections
I have been having issues with my ISP‘s WiFi router, so I decided to create a batch file I could run as-needed to check internet connectivity.
set /p "router=Enter router IP address or press [ENTER] for default [%router%]: "
@ping %router% -n 1 | FIND "Reply"
@ping google.com -n 1 | FIND "Reply"
@ping bing.com -n 1 | FIND "Reply"
echo Press any key to exit...
Save that as `ping.bat` and put in somewhere convenient. Then… Continue reading Create a Windows Batch (.bat) File to Test Your Internet Connectivity