Logic taken from here: https://philipnewcomer.net/2014/04/target-internet-explorer-10-11-css/ -ms-high-contrast supports two values: none and active. So to target IE10+ regardless of the property’s setting, use this media query:
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The first formula replaces line breaks with a space and the second formula replaces paragraph breaks with a space.
This is a formula written for Google Sheets. It looks for text matching one of three conditions and otherwise will display ‘Not Detected’.
To do this manually using gzip we just run:
Simply search and replace the following in all files: Search: Replace with:
PHP4-style constructors still work on PHP7, they are just been deprecated and they will trigger a Deprecated warning. What you can do is define a __construct method, even an empty one, so that the php4-constructor method won’t be called on a newly-created instance of the class. Change to:
In the terminal: brew update cd $(brew –prefix) && git fetch && git reset –hard origin/master
As seen here: http://www.martinlugton.com/view-number-unique-visitors-page-set-pages-google-analytics/ You can see the number of unique visitors to your site as a whole in Google Analytics’ Audience report. But if you go to Behavior > Content Drilldown, to view a particular page of set of pages, you can only see “unique page views”. Unique page views is a different measure to Full Article…
As seen here: https://www.kevinleary.net/wildcard-find-replace-sublime-text/ This should have been easier for me to understand, but regex still gives me headaches. For anyone wanting to run a search and replace in Sublime Text that contains wildcard values this can be used: [^<]+ For example, we could use the following search string to find a set of anchor links. Full Article…