Following on from my previous antics with my Time Machine backup failing to find the destination, I am again faced with an error message, which at first glance, didn’t make it absolutely clear on what actions the options presented would do. I’ll rewind a little here to explain how I got to this…
I’ve been switching around with WordPress themes and creating child themes. Unfortunatly, not all themes created modify the default editor style, so each change would break the editors font, which got quite annoying.. fast.
In an effort to change the font used in the editor in WordPress, it turns out that it is quite simple.
In the functions.php, insert:
Then, go grab a copy of WordPress’s Twenty Ten’s base editor-style.css and save in the current theme’s directory.
As far as the actual styling goes, make your changes to the editor-style.css with your own custom styles and you’re done!
Following on from my previous post demonstrating Windows errors, I found a very interesting Windows 7 error message today. I couldn’t believe what it was saying, so I had to re-read it..
Amazing really, as for a second I thought I was still running Windows 95, but being asked to reboot after a week?? Crazy!
Well done Microsoft, quality craftsmanship once again. Yet another reason why to use Linux over Windows for a real live production server environment.
Ok, so I’ve just upgraded my phone to iOS 7 after holding off for a good few weeks after the official release, so I hope I don’t regret it.
Anyway, looking at the below shot of the home screen, it actually is warming on me now – or have my eyes just been burned out from the extreme colour variations Apple have used?
… I’m just left wondering who actually replaced Scott Forstall for UI and icon design? Looks to be either like a child has chosen these colours and drawn the icons, or Jonny Ive had found Steve Job’s stash of LSD?
Colours aside, the new version has brought along a whole bunch of much needed upgrades to the OS with refined functionality and features. Good job guys!
I’ve been working rather hard recently with the new job I landed last month. No time for updates to the site, not even to say ‘hi’.
I have though, forced myself to touch on a few back-end things here and review a couple of typos lingering in old posts I had found.
Come to think about it, while I’m here I will say Hi.
It’s been months since my last post. Either I’ve got nothing to say or my real life is busy. I reckon the second one.
After taking over from an absent player while in the middle of a game of ten pin bowling, I got on a strike mission from round four onward, achieving 6 strikes out of 10 consecutive throws. If only they were on a single player’s name…
I hope that new ball is helping me
Following the limited excitment during 2012 except for the 2012 London Olympics I’m happy to say good bye and hello to 2013.
Maybe it’s because it’s a clean slate, or perhaps something is telling me that 2013 will be host to some spectacular things to come. I don’t know what, I just have that feeling…
I can’t wait to watch this year unfold, and to boot, I’m already off to a good start this year – Did I mention my favorite month is January?
Google Maps on iOS 6 has returned!
I would just like to point out that Google Maps is now available on Apple’s App Store, returning from a period when the Maps app had been removed as the default mapping application from iOS 6 onward.
It has been out less than 24 hours and already hit #1 on the Top Free Apps in the store. Of course I’ve downloaded it and binned the Apple Map app, purely for the quality of the map data Google has.
Steve, of all the things you gave to the world,
your inspiration and vision will continue to be missed.