Lately, I began developing my projects in Emacs. One of the productivity tips that is recommended is to define a system wide keyboard key shortcut that takes you from any window that is currently in focus back to Emacs. I was looking into how to implement this behavior. Once I found out, I decided to share it with you here as it can be quite handy for all sorts of applications.
I am a big fan of Sublime Text. To switch between existing projects, I like to use the CTRL+ALT+P shortcut in my Kubuntu, which opens the Switch Project window and lets me easily switch to another project. However, if I delete a project, it doesn’t get removed from this list. Fortunately, there is a workaround. Here is how you can remove your deleted or moved project from the Switch Project window.
I recently started using Git and it took me some time to find out how to just get the basics going – create a local repository and push it to a remote repository on my server. In this tutorial, we’ll cover how to do that real quick.
I was trying to google this and I found a few links to blogs that didn’t explain it right or were wrong all together, so I looked into it myself and decided to share the solution with all of you who want to remove the URL field (also called Website field) from your WordPress posts comment sections at the bottom of each post page. This may not be the most elegant solution, but it’s simple and does the job. It’s rather simple – we will do it in 3 steps. Here is how: