How to fix: svn: error: The subversion command line tools are no longer provided by Xcode

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As I was getting ready to do my first svn check in today – I got an error that I had not seen yesterday: “svn: error: The subversion command line tools are no longer provided by Xcode” My operating system: macOS Catalina 10.15.3 Apple’s documentation on how to fix this: https://developer.apple.com/documentation/macos_release_notes/macos_catalina_10_15_release_notes The solution: Open: The Terminal App Type: xcode-select –install After the install is complete – run your commands as you did before the error

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Easily Find Font Information For Any Web Site

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Ever go to a site and really like the font but too lazy or not sure how to see what font they are using? Perhaps you are a developer and need to know the exact font size, color, and font family your developer is using so you can make sure everything is pixel perfect. Both of these tasks become quick and painless with the “WhatTheFont!” Chrome extension. After you have installed it – you will then see a little “f?” icon at the top of your browser. By clicking on this icon – you are then able to click anywhere… Read More »

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Fix for Bold Fonts Looking Bolder in Chrome

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If you noticed your fonts in Chrome looking more bold in Chrome than Safari – there is an easy fix. Add this in to your stylesheet (body or specific CSS class/ID): Example: h1 {-webkit-font-smoothing: antialiased;} You can see the difference: Before: After:

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My Mention on TechCrunch

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A few weeks back I got a call from a client I had worked with in the past. I did not realize he was the COO at TechCrunch at the time – but I was glad I could help! For those of you in my life who have no idea what I do (most of my friends and family) – here is a taste: https://techcrunch.com/2017/03/03/woe-are-the-great-fish-of-cape-cod/

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Add Bootstrap Classes to the Next and Previous Image Buttons

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When viewing media (usually the image.php template) within WordPress – there are buttons to browse the next and previous buttons that you might want to customize if you are creating a Bootstrap WordPress them. If this is the case – styling the buttons with Bootstrap is easy. You can simply add the following to your theme’s functions.php file. Note – you can change the btn-default class to btn-primary or whatever you need.

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Remembering My Mentor: Alex King

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I was very sad to hear that Alex King died a few days ago and have been trying to think about what to say. If you do not know Alex or who he is – he was many things to many people – but to me – he was my mentor. I was an early adopter of WordPress (back before themes and plugins). I started following him (RSS) back in 2002 because he was always creating/sharing snippets and eventually themes/plugins that made WordPress better. I also was one of the first users of his Tasks software which I used religiously… Read More »

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