Like rings on the tree, older WordPress website often have a ton of media thumbnails from older themes and older plugins/settings. To delete this bloat, I’ve created a simple plugin to find and delete all thumbnails from your Media Library. Download > » WordPress.org Plugins: Delete Thumbnails Description Use this plugin to delete ALL thumbnails … continue reading »
I have a new (gs) account I needed to set-up password-less SSH access on. Following their KB tutorial it still didn’t work. Scratching my head I looked for other tutorials. One critical step they’re missing in the article (for OSX 10.9 at least) is making a record of the rsa to your local machine. After … continue reading »
This is a tricky problem that is very misleading as the Jetpack error shown does explain the problem, but doesn’t explain that the actual problem may be hidden. I believe the problem is dependent on your server error display settings, outside of WordPress’s control, which is why I only found about a dozen people just … continue reading »
I spent way too long trying to solve this issue, and I found hundreds of similar problems on forums. Upgrading from 10.8 to 10.9, OSX Mavericks changes some the Adaptor Type of your Network settings. Being impatient I tried changing the “Attached to” and “Name” again and again. But the solution was to just change … continue reading »
Database getting a little fat? Burn that extra lagging fat instantly by clearing out old revisions via MySQL If you don’t have access to phpMyAdmin or can’t get into ssh mysql, throw it in your functions.php file If you want to disable revisions altogether, add the following to wp-config.php
There may be a variety of reasons for having to do this, despite how daunting it may seem, it’s actually not that big of a deal. If we want to change oldnetworkname.com to newname.com on a domain mapped WordPress Network, we just have to modify a few settings in WordPress, all records manually in the … continue reading »
Had a short entry way wall – with non-symmetrical placement of studs. I had a cheap 12″ hanger it was crappy, and making it worse it couldn’t even reach both the 16 on centre studs. I could use the plastic studs, but that would leave large damage in the rental we are in – so I made my own. Perfectly centre in the wall, with small fasteners for the off-centre studs.
2x 4×1’s, some moulding and hooks from Bella, Salmon Arm.
If you’re receiving these unexpected errors from a .htaccess file in your ~/Sites/ folder in 10.8.x edit your user config with: Where handsomefox is replaced with your username, then reset apache: Your htaccess shouldn’t return forbidden or 404 not found errors.
I had a painful issue trying to connect my Retina Mac to my AppleTV through my landlords Telus Actiontec V1000H modem/router. For days, I tried an assortment of things to make the connection happen, including buying a Apple Airport Express- ambitiously hoping it could capture the single and distribute it in my place as a … continue reading »
Trying to upgrade All-in-One Event Calendar, I’d continually get a You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page. error after the theme installation. The problem has nothing to do with permissions – it has to do with the /wp-content/themes-ai1ec/ folder likely being empty. If it is empty, copy the four sub folders from /wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-event-calendar/themes-ai1ec/ … continue reading »
I used the following below to create a widget in Panic’s Status Board. SSH Setup To start, we’ll need to configure top to show more than one core. To setup top to reveal all CPU’s by default, login w/ ssh to your server and run the following: 1 reveals all cores. shift+W saves the current … continue reading »