NOT FOR PROD Simply paste this in your chrome: chrome://flags/#allow-insecure-localhost You should see highlighted text saying: Allow invalid certificates for resources loaded from localhost Click Enable. from: https://stackoverflow.com/a/31900210/1804181
Want to make your WordPress site more “white label” to users who are logged in? Originally I was just going to remove the icon, but there is a whole wordpress menu under there. Let’s just remove the whole lot! If
My kids are always playing in areas of the iPad or iPhone that they really shouldn’t be. Unfortunately Apple have never allowed us to have a truly restrictive setup for kids in this way. Every now and then they muck
I don’t like the default black on white in OSX Terminal (in fact, I’ve just remembered, I don’t like OSX Terminal, I’ll make another post about that). And the only dark background that’s close to anything good is homebrew, but
Tonight I wanted to know where a particular site had their SSL certificate issued. Upon clicking the green padlock in Chrome, I found that there were no certificate details to be found anywhere. After a good minute or two of
My tar ready reckoner, because I ALWAYS have to look it up!
ctrl-alt-backspace should kill your Xwindows and kick you back to a prompt. ctrl-alt-del will shutdown your computer gracefully ctr-alt-F1 will send you to the first console without killing your X server so you can check errors or perhaps do some
I’m not really into art, but I find this piece amazing. Mesmerising. I don’t even know when I first saw this piece, but when I did it blew me away. It is an amazing story told in just 3 images.
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