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Understanding your laptop specifications

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It’s four years back I got my first laptop. Being a newbie to tech, I had to take my friend’s help in deciding one. I was extremely happy that I got my own laptop and there comes my classmate asking the specifications of my brand new laptop. I was

How can I resize a Kendo Grid column in iPad

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You can enable the Kendo configuration “mobile“. If set to true and the grid is viewed on mobile browser it will use adaptive rendering. It can be set to a string phone or tablet which will force the widget to use adaptive rendering regardless of browser type. The grid

How to redirect the request from default main domain folder to sub folder

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Apache server provide a very useful and handy mode-rewrite module, .htaccess. This file can be used to overwrite the server settings and redirect all requests from main domain to the target sub folder. For example, consider a domain ‘www.domainname.com’ which you want to redirect to a sub folder ‘subfolder’.

How to close a MailChimp Account

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If you want to permanently delete your account and no longer need to use your current MailChimp account, you can follow the steps below,   Note: After an account is deleted, it can’t be restored. This means all account data, including lists and reports, is removed and can’t be

How to Add Google Analytics to a WordPress site

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Here I’m going to explain the simplest way to add Google Analytics to your WordPress site. Following are the prerequisites, A live WordPress installation (Your WordPress site). Access to your website files (cpanel access). Directions Step 1: Creating a new plugin. Plugins insert code into your site by attaching

Enable the develop menu in Safari

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From this menu, mostly developed for Web developers, you can do variety of things related to web development. This is disabled by default and you can enable it easily through the following settings Launch Safari on your Mac Pull down the Safari menu Choose Preferences Once the preferences pane

Removing a Kendo grid row

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Consider a kendo grid with a delete button on each row. <button ng-click="deleteClick($event)"/> Step 1 : Get the selected row of the grid where grid is the unique id of the grid. $scope.getGridCurrentRow = function (event) { return $("#grid").data("kendoGrid").dataItem($(event.target).closest('tr')); }; Step 2: Remove the selected row from the grid.

Disable the Date deserialization for JObject.Parse in C#.NET

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There are many ways to achieve this. One way of solving this is by specifying a JsonSerializer which instructs how to handle dates. var settings = new JsonSerializerSettings() { DateParseHandling = DateParseHandling.None }; The above code specifies the settings on a JsonSerializer object. But, unfortunately Parse doesn’t have this

Translating all items in an array to a new array of items using JQuery

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Following Example shows how to eliminate fields from an existing array to create a new array. Consider an array as shown below; var dimensions = [{ width: 10, height: 15, length: 20 }, { width: 12, height: 17, length: 22 }, { width: 14, height: 19, length: 24 },];