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3 Step to keep track OS memory usage by process

Tutorial So many people asking how to keep track on the OS memory usage by process, as you know a bit about Physical Memory, Virtual Memory (VSZ), Resident Set Size (RSS), Shared Memory, Paging Memory…etc, counting RSS to determine memory usage is very common way and easier to understand for dummies like me, although it’s…

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Rename Post format string in WordPress theme

Code Because post format string is hard coded in post.php, so you can’t change them in filter way. To rename the post format string and display in a theme, you can add the following function in function.php. To display the mod-ed post formant name, call this function

How to filter “Standard” Post format in WordPress

Post format As you know Post Formats is a theme feature introduced with Version 3.1. A Post Format is a piece of meta information that can be used by a theme to customize its presentation of a post. The Post Formats feature provides a standardized list of formats that are available to all themes that…

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Submitting WordPress post from frontend without a plugin

About This tutorial will guide you to create your own custom post composing form to enable fast blogging with your favorite theme without adding a plugin. I’m looking for any alternative to not porting P2, however…. none.,  finally that’s the reason i wrote it, and It was also inspired by the original development from http://wpshout.com/wordpress-submit-posts-from-frontend/….

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jQuery imgpreview undefined object issue

When the imgpreview.js and the loader script load in every page header, sometime maybe your page didn’t have any image class for display a image preview. A warning or error message will appear in your browser. How to avoid the error? Open imgpreview.js Append the code. after this line Look like loader.js loader script example….

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CSS min-height headache?

Assuming you do know how min-height is ’supposed’ to work, but somehow it doesn’t (Thanks Microsoft), here you can try to incorporate with “height:auto !important;” together.

Margin doubling in Internet Explorer

There have a problem in Internet Explorer’s floats rendering. A workaround fix is adding display: inline; in stylesheet, it’ll solve the problem.

WordPress post template for theme testing.

A very useful html element template used for theme testing. WordPress  theme test template

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