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two types of compression You can reduce the size of images by compression. But there are two types of compression. lossless compression lossy compression best website to compress images There are too many programs, apps and websites to compress images. But I see that https://compressor.io/ website is the best one. In this website you have both types of compression. The lossless compression dosn’t lose quality, yet lossy compression make image lose a tiny amount of details. why compress images If you have too many images which consume a huge amount of size / space, just compress them lossless-ly and store them in less space.
If you stuck in the login screen and can’t load the Ubuntu desktop, follow those steps. when you on the login screen, press ctrl + shift + alt + f1. A black screen appeared? No? Just the login page? So try ctrl + shift + alt + f2. Still the login screen? try ctrl + shift + alt + f3. If the login screen still showing? Try to use another external keyboard. a black screen appeared? ok, type your username then ENTER and type your password then ENTER. type ping 184.108.40.206 then ENTER to ensure you have a good Internet connection.
How to disable WordPress plugins from CPanel in hosting company because I can not login to the WordPress admin dashboard ? Here is a step by step guide: open file manager on your host. open public_html then wp-content then plugins, you’ll see all plugins listed as folders / directories. click on any plugin to rename it. just change the name a little bit to disable it. just add -bak or anything to disable the plugin. If you can’t rename it, just right click on a plugin folder and select rename from the dropdown menu. Congratulations! You disabled a plugin from CPanel successfully.
Use [Homebrew] to uninstall node and icu4c like this. brew uninstall --ignore-dependencies node icu4c Then install node.js like this. brew install node If the problem persists and the error kept occuring, try running this command. brew link --overwrite node If the issue resists again, try upgrading node instead of reinstalling it. So use this command: brew upgrade node Want to watch how to fix it in a video ? watch it here on YouTube. If one of those works for you, share this post with your friends.
If the hover effect is given with CSS then yes, I normally use two options to get this: The Tricky Way To See Inspect Hover One, to see the hover effect when the mouse leave the hover area: Open the inspector in docked window and increase the width until reach your HTML element, then right click and the popup menu must be over the inspector zone… then when you move the mouse over the inspector view, the hover effect keep activated in the document. The Best Way (IMO) To See Inspect Hover in Chrome Dev Tools Two, to keep the hover effect even if the mouse is not over the HTML element, open the inspector, go to Styles TAB and click in the upper right icon that says Toggle Element State (dotted rectangle with an arrow) There you can manually activate the Hover Event (among others) with the checkbox provided.
In the cell of age, write this =INT((TODAY()-B2)/365) where B2 is the location of the cell where the date of birth written. This code just caclulate the number of years passed. So you know the age of this person in years. But what if I want to know the months and days too ? To get the age in years, use =DATEDIFF(dateOfBirth, TODAY(), "Y") and replace dateOfBirth by the location of the cell where the birthday are written. To get the age in months, use =DATEDIFF(B2, TODAY(), "YM") where B2 is the cell where the birth date written. To get the age in days, use =DATEDIFF(B2, TODAY(), "MD") where B2 is the date of birth.
Systemd manages these services in unit files like this. [Unit] Description=Some Really Important Service [Service] Type=simple WorkingDirectory=/root ExecStart=/root/my_program.sh [Install] WantedBy=multi-user.target The program that will start is. #!/usr/bin/env bash while true; do echo 'service is working' sleep 3 done If you don’t want to use this line #!/usr/bin/env bash, then you should make sure to specify what is the program is dedicated to execute the script like this. ExecStart=/bin/bash /root/my_program.sh If you want to execute this service, you should store it in /etc/systemd/system/. You can copy the unit file to that directory, or symlink it. Now you can start or stop or enable or disable the service.
Here are 4 steps to master any new technology. Quick Start Guide Go to the official website of the new language, or framework. And find the quick start, or starter guide, or language tour, or framework tour, and play / do it. It gives you the necessary minimum knowledge of that new technology. The ultimate reason to do this get started is that it rarely outdated because it is the official beginner guide. So follow that get started or language tour. Videos Look for videos of tutorials or a whole course. Follow a crash course or a full course. Book or Documentation Pick a book that tells you everything about that technology.
First check your gnome version: $ gnome-shell --version GNOME shell 3.36.4 Then go to location where your downloaded ZIP file, for me its Downloads directory. cd ~/Downloads/ Get the extension UUID from metadata.json by this command. $ unzip -c dash-to-dock-micxgx.gmail.com.v68.shell-extension.zip metadata.json | grep uuid | cut -d \" -f4 firstname.lastname@example.org Or simply open metadata.json file and copy the UUID value. For me it is email@example.com. Create destination directory for the gnome extension. $ mkdir -p ~/.firstname.lastname@example.org Unzip gnome extension file into the directory we made in the previous step, using this command. $ unzip -q dash-to-dock-micxgx.gmail.com.v68.shell-extension.zip -d ~/.