Of course I could do all that with my OS’s built in tools on the GUI. But I was just keen how to do using command line tools… 😉 Continue reading Learning to Erase a File or a Directory Using Mac’s Command Line
Of course I could do all that with my OS’s built in tools on the GUI. But I was just keen how to do using command line tools… 😉 Continue reading Learning to Make Directories Using Mac’s Command Line
Of course I could unzip any archive with my OS’s built in tools on the GUI. But I was just keen how to unzip using command line tools… 😉 Continue reading Learning to Unzip an Archive Using Mac’s Command Line Tools
To make edits in the settings of an OpenWRT WiFi access point on the command line I need to learn how to gain access to this AP by SSH from my Mac’s terminal. Continue reading Learning to Access an OpenWRT Access Point Using SSH
To check in the current network for surrounding devices’ IP addresses I learned to use the command line in my Mac’s terminal Continue reading Learning to find out a Networks active IPs using Mac’s terminal
To format a SD card (or any other sort of disk you can connect to your Mac) using command line I do as follows: Continue reading Learning to Format a SD Card as FAT32 Using Mac Command Line
I need to replace all non-square pictures of a WordPress WooCommerce shop by square versions for design reasons.
To do so I follow these asghhgfdsasdfghj steps: Continue reading Still in editing – How to replace images of a wordpress blog in bulk on OS X and Linux systems
Problem pending – still working on it…
A while ago I created a child theme for a wordpress theme we kinda liked to run a woocommerce shop.
I did a lot of minor styling of this theme to match it to our needs adding some classes or overwriting some of the parent theme’s classes in my child theme’s style.css.
This worked out fine until I came across a class that got some arguments from a style.css which was not the parent style theme’s but somewhere deeper in that parent theme from an include of the woocommerce plugin.
Adding a class in my browsers developer mode showed me the exact result I was aiming for. But as my child theme’s style.css appeared not to be the last one in the cascade the operation of adding theses classes there failed.
This was one of this things I really had now clue where to start searching… Continue reading Still in editing – Learning To Use WordPress Child Themes And Their css For Styling