Center and crop images with a single line of CSS 

This technique works great for cropping awkwardly-sized avatar pictures down to squares or circles. Take this wide photo of a bear below for example. Once object-fit: cover is applied to the image and a width and height are set, the photo crops and centers itself. object-fit: cover crops the exact same way background-size: cover does, but is used for styling imgs, videos and other media tags rather than background images.


If the logo size was changed from GeneratePress default, use this code to expand the container height:

Add WooCommerce local pickup custom message

There’s not a built-in way to add a message that displays here when local pickup is selected. We can add in a message with a bit of CSS though. Here’s what to do: In your dashboard, go to Appearance > Customize. Click on Additional CSS. Paste this in there:

How to restore Acronis Backups

Storage Locations WordPress files are located in / vda3: / chroothome / home / [name] / [name] / html MySQL files and databases are located in /var/lib/mysql/ How to restore an Acronis Backup: FILES Backup Storage UD3Z55 Show backups June 22 Recover Files/folders vda3: chroot home [account] Click on the checkbox Recover How to restore an Acronis Backup: Database Contact host to perform restore ( ticket #10799949 )

Where are iCloud files located in my BackBlaze backup? 

If your local folders (such as Documents) are synced to iCloud Drive, their files will appear in their normal locations on your computer (i.e. /Users/[username]/Documents) and will be backed up there by Backblaze. See this guide for assistance in navigating through your backup. Any other iCloud Drive files that are not synced from your local folders (like Documents or Desktop) can be found at /Users/[username]/Library/Mobile Documents/ and should exist in this same location in your backup. As a note, /Users/[username]/Library/ is usually a hidden folder on your computer, but should show up normally in your backup.

View System Resource Graphs

Use these graphs to measure web server, FTP server, mSQL server, mail server, system level resources, network resources in Interworx. Login to the server Click the Server menu item if it is not already open. Click the System Graphs menu item. Click on the graph for the service you wish to obtain more detailed information for. You will be taken to a new page with detailed (daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly) graphs regarding the service you chose.

CSS GAP property

Using the gap property with Grid CSS

Time Percentage Change Calculator

Calculate time spans in percent. How much is a certain time span compared to another time span.

Percentage Change Calculator

First: work out the difference (increase) between the two numbers you are comparing. Increase = New Number – Original Number Then: divide the increase by the original number and multiply the answer by 100. % increase = Increase ÷ Original Number × 100. If your answer is a negative number, then this is a percentage decrease. Read more at: