I only use Google Docs for web-based sharing and collaboration, so page breaks designed for physical printing can be very annoying, especially when dealing with images. Here’s an example of what I mean.
Here’s how to update Plex on a server running Ubuntu.
- Find the URL for the latest Plex Media Server package here.
- SSH into your server. For the following steps, make sure you replace the URLs and packages with the latest release.
- Run the following command to download the latest package.
- Install the package with this command.
sudo dpkg -i plexmediaserver_0.9.12.4.1192–9a47d21_amd64.deb
- Following installation, remove the installer file with this command.
YOURLS lets you easily create your own URL shortening service, a la bit.ly. By default, the YOURLS domain root takes you to a login page to access the administration backend. Here’s how to redirect it somewhere else.
- FTP into the YOURLS installation folder.
- Create a file and name it index.php if it doesn’t already exist.
- Copy and paste the code below into index.php.
- Change the URL as needed.
- Make sure to save the file.
That’s it! I used this method to redirect brli.co to BrianLi.com.
If you’re doing a lot of CSS editing or moving your site from HTTP to HTTPS, Safari’s browser cache might get “stuck”, and not load the most recent version of the page. Here’s how you can manually clear Safari’s browser cache without clearing all website data as well.
- Go to Safari Preferences and navigate to the Advanced tab.
- At the bottom of the window, enable the Developer Menu.
The Develop menu should now show up in your menu bar. If it doesn’t, restart Safari. Now, you can empty Safari’s browser cache by selecting Empty Cache under the Develop menu or with the shortcut ??E.