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Debugging Apache .htaccess Rewrite Rules

In Apache 2.4, open up httpd.conf and find the line that starts with LogLevel. Change that to: LogLevel alert rewrite:trace6 And restart Apache. Your error.log (in \apache\logs\ typically) will have the detailed trace of the rewrite rules. Example: http://snippi.com/s/c75uk61 More

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Unhooking Actions Hooked Inside PHP Classes With remove_action

Here is an example. The following snippet removes the action hooked from the SumoMe plugin – https://wordpress.org/plugins/sumome/ /** * Dequeue SumoMe inline script * * @author Arun Basil Lal */ function rocket_helper_dequeue_sumo_me_js() {      global $wp_plugin_sumome;   remove_action(‘admin_footer’, array( $wp_plugin_sumome, ‘append_admin_script_code’

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Increment A Number In A Cell When Another Cell Is Edited

I use a Google sheet to generate and manage invoices for my clients. The process is fairly simple. One sheet holds the Name, address and contact details of the client. I enter the clients ID into a box for whom

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Hide Rows In Google Sheets Based On Value Of Cell

I am a fan of Google sheets for collaborative work. To manage an ongoing Todo for the development of Super Progressive Web Apps WordPress Plugin, me and my partner uses Google sheets. We use data validation to set the status

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“Good Enough” Internet is NOT an Option when Working From Home

An article by outside contributor, Becky Wilcox It’s infuriating when you’re set to launch or submit work and your net connection drops out. Even worse, losing the work because of the shoddy connection. Good Internet is one thing I’d add

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