While converting a Bootstrap 3 template design for use with Bootstrap 4, I noticed they removed stateful buttons (eg: “loading” and “reset” button states) from BS4! Granted it was mentioned in BS3, but I never noticed the deprecated warning 🙁
The deprecated code for showing a button’s loading state was
$('#selector').button('loading') and to return the button to its original state you would use
I was adding mouse wheel events to a
ul element with the CSS rule
overflow:hidden to emulate mouse wheel scrolling when no scrollbar was present.
The links in the unordered list also trigger a Bootstrap 4.1 Modal that contains a Bootstrap Carousel. So I decided to add the same functionality to my modal carousel gallery.
According to Adobe, to use Microsoft Edge as a preview browser in Windows 10, you should do this…
To use Microsoft Edge to preview your web pages, perform the following actions:
Installing Windows 10 or adding another user that does not have, want or need a Microsoft account? Windows 10 does include a way, albeit not immediately obvious…
I am a long-time user of LiveZilla, primarily due to the availability of a Windows app. Aside from some minor quirks here and there, my biggest complaint is not being able to find the version in the Windows/web management user-interface. When I’m looking for the version, it’s usually to see if I’m running a relatively current release (fairly common administrator task).
So, I was working on a new theme for an OpenCart store I manage. Since creating it from scratch, I decided to adhere to suggestions from Bootstrap, Google and others that advise loading content-blocking scripts at the bottom of the page instead of in the
Of course, I ran into the same problem that probably has you reading this article.
How the hell am I supposed to use ‘jQuery’ or ‘$’ before the library is loaded?! Short answer, you can’t. You can however get around the problem with this solution.
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.
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.
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)…
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
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)…
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)