In today’s quick tutorial you will find out how to display a percentage sign on battery icon of your Android phone. This works in Android Marshmallow operating system, if you have different version of Android, you need to do some more research or look for some applications in Google Play.
Android phones display battery status in percentage but only when the phone is on charge. Many people prefer to see it all the time as this gives more information about the battery status than the bar icon.
Luckily we can very easily activate this option and there is no need to install any app to do so. Here’s how to do it.
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Today we will discuss security of WordPress site. I am not an expert on the topic but I know a few little tips how to make a WordPress site more secure and I want to share this knowledge.
The WordPress is the most popular platform on the web and because of that the security threat is real. I have four WordPress websites and recently implemented some measures to lower the risk of hacking.
The three bits of information needed to log on as an administrator and take over the control over WordPress site is url address of WordPress login page, admin name and password (of course it is also possible to hack via FTP or database).
I think we should guard these three vital pieces of information but in many cases the hacker may already know two out of three key elements.
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When you use your mobile phone, tablet or laptop with bright screen before going to bed, you may experience problems with falling asleep. The blue screen light looks similar to sun light and your brain ‘thinks’ that it’s the middle of the day. It keeps itself active preventing you to sleep.
One of the possible solutions is to use ‘Night Light’ or ‘Night Mode’ which is a ‘blue light filter’ making your display use warmer colours at night. It helps to reduce eye strain and can help you to sleep better.
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A really quick post with some code allowing displaying text in paragraphs in Rails.
I am currently building a simple app for learning languages and yesterday I created for it a blog section with posts. There I want to write article about learning languages and each new line display as separate paragraph.
The following code does this trick. First you split the text into the array and then iterate over it and put each sentence into paragraph. Here’s the code:
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I have recently bought MacBook and after using it for a few months I still find some features I want to change or tweak. These may be small little things like displaying time and date in format I like or, and this post is about it, changing the order of email replies in Mail app.
If you your Mail app for managing your emails, you will find that default option when reading an email conversation is, that the old messages are on top and the newest ones at the bottom. In other words, you have an opportunity to read all the email exchanges before reaching the latest response at the bottom. It may sense if you read emails of somebody from your team or suffer from memory loss, but for me personally it would be better to reverse this order and see the latest reply at the top. I usually remember the content of previous emails and even if I don’t I can quickly go back and read it.
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