Jul
21
comment Allowing multiple domains for 1 Facebook App (like Tumblr)
This worked for me! I'm a bit nervous about what FB will do if I have to go through a Review process - I'm guessing this might raise red flags. I guess one workaround is to make an actual fake Page Tab (that can be loaded and everything) for them to check out. Of course, we would just not reference this Page Tab anywhere else in our App.
Jul
17
comment jQuery: Zebra striped table
Update: Great news - looks like there are some non-JS solutions for when rows are hidden! christianheilmann.com/2013/12/12/…
Jul
17
comment jQuery: Zebra striped table
FYI, a JS/jQuery solution is desirable if some of the rows are hidden. As of this moment, there is no general widely-supported method of zebra striping using pure CSS when rows are hidden using display:none.
Jul
15
comment How to find a value in array and remove it by using PHP array functions
+1 avoids the tedium of checking the return value of array_search
Jul
2
awarded Curious
Jul
2
awarded Curious
Jun
18
awarded Student
Jun
17
asked Rhythmic sound coming from rear end
Jun
11
answered Facebook Graph API giving an unknown OAuthException
Jun
4
comment Widths to use in media queries
This is a well-intentioned but somewhat incomplete answer. em measurements are wholly dependent on the font size currently in use. (If the font size of the element in question is 200px, then 1em=200px) Since this is not consistent across all websites' styles, the em values provided in this answer are only examples and may not work well with your code.
May
29
comment link URL is not properly formatted thrown in
Nice workaround. It should be emphasized this fakelocalhost.com link will only work for testing on a machine on which the hosts file is changed. I suppose that goes without saying, but for someone who is new to dev work and doesn't understand what's going on behind the scenes, this might throw them off.
May
29
awarded Yearling
May
29
awarded Yearling
May
28
comment Limiting CPU/IO usage for linux services
BTW, even renicing exim processes with cron doesn't seem to work. I successfully applied the queue_only_load setting to reduce load on our machine. Further relevant discussion: forums.cpanel.net/f189/nice-exim-172346.html
May
27
comment Limiting CPU/IO usage for linux services
This is a good idea, but can you please explain how to use nice and ionice with a Linux service/daemon? I don't know of a way to use nice and ionice with exim; I would love to learn, though! :)
May
24
comment Going for Religious Dominance in Civilisation 5: Gods and Kings
Logged in (I rarely use gaming.SE) just to up-vote this answer. Very well put together with an excellent example AND screenshots! :) Great work! :)
May
4
awarded Notable Question
Apr
23
answered Parse ps etime output into seconds
Apr
23
comment Parse ps etime output into seconds
Same goes for CentOS (since it is derived from RHEL)
Apr
23
comment How to check how long a process has been running?
The ps manpage states that time is "cumulative CPU time". I think what the OP was looking for is etime, or "the elapsed time since the process was started". pubs.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/000095399/utilities/ps.html
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