How to Delete a Facebook Pixel from Business Manager

There is no way to delete an existing pixel. However, you can go to “Business Settings” > “Data Sources” > “Pixels” and there remove the connected “Ad Account” this way the pixel won’t show up in your list of pixels when creating ads or custom/lookalike audiences! Additionally, don’t forget to remove them from your website […]

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filezilla not showing hidden files

FileZilla Open the Filezilla FTP program. From the menu bar at the top of the screen select Server. Select Force showing hidden files. In the Remote Site panel on the right, you should now see all of your files including any hidden ones. WinSCP Open the WinSCP FTP program. From the menu bar at the top the screen select Options then Preferences. Select Panels from the left column. […]

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get key and value from GET in php

For some specific purposes you may want to know the current key of your array without going on a loop. In this case you could do the following: The following functions are not very well known but can be pretty useful in very specific cases: OTHER EXAMPLE :

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how to load otf fonts in html faster

Put Fonts on CDN The .htaccess or httpd.conf Code The code can be placed with the .htaccess file or httpd.conf file: Use Non-Blocking CSS Loading Essentially using media=none let’s the browser download the stylesheet without blocking rendering, so when the stylesheet has loaded, setting the media to its desired setting will then render the screen as it should.  Separate Font Selectors Storing Fonts in localStorage

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how to load css before page load

Each network call takes one second. This is highly simplified points : If we call the CSS file first, the browser will get the CSS in one second. If we call the javascript first, the browser will get the CSS in two seconds (one second to retrieve the javascript + one second to retrieve the […]

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How to Disable Apport Error Reporting in Ubuntu

To disable error reporting on Ubuntu, run the following command to open the apport configuration file. You will see a line enabled=1. To disable error reporting, change the value of enabled from 1 to 0. Press CTRL+O to save the file. CTRL+X to exit out of the file. And you are done! You won’t see error pop up any more! Or completely […]

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system information disabled due to load higher than 1.0

The Message of the day (MOTD) in Ubuntu is controlled by the directory /etc/update-motd.d/ (and the file /etc/update-motd, if any). Particularly, the Landscape info resides in the file /etc/update-motd.d/50-landscape-sysinfo, as simpoir mentioned in their answer. On my Ubuntu 16.04, the file /etc/update-motd.d/50-landscape-sysinfo contains some entry settings and then an if block. So to display the information regardless of the condition, you can simply remove all contents […]

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check folder size in ubuntu

Find the size of a directory in Linux To find out the size of a directory, we will use ‘du’ command. du stands for disk usage. The typical syntax of du command is given below: Let us type the ‘du’ command in the Terminal and see what it displays. As you see above, du command displays the disk usage of the directories along […]

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apport ubuntu

What is this all about? Debugging program crashes without any automated tools has been pretty time consuming and hard for both developers and users. Many program crashes remain unreported or unfixed because: Many crashes are not easily reproducible. End users do not know how to prepare a report that is really useful for developers, like […]

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