In our tea break series, we’re embarking on an exciting journey into the world of WordPress theme design, and the best part is, you don’t need to be a tech expert to join us. WordPress makes it incredibly user-friendly, and we’re here to guide you every step of the way. To get started, all you need is hosting and a WordPress website, both of which are readily available from various hosting providers. Don’t worry if you’re not familiar with CSS and PHP; we’ll cover the essentials as we progress. Once your hosting and WordPress are set up, we’ll choose a starter theme to serve as our creative canvas. Today, we’re focusing on _s, or UNDERSCORES, a theme known for its flexibility and brought to you by the same team behind WordPress itself. So, let’s brew some tea, settle in, and start designing your WordPress masterpiece!
Are you looking to add the Wemos D1 board to your Arduino IDE for your IoT projects? The Wemos D1 is a popular microcontroller board based on the ESP8266 chipset that can be programmed with the Arduino IDE, making it a great choice for prototyping IoT projects. In this blog post, we will provide you with a step-by-step guide on how to add the Wemos D1 board to your Arduino IDE. By the end of this tutorial, you should be able to easily compile and upload code to your Wemos D1 board, and start creating your own IoT projects.
In this blog post, we guide you through the process of streamlining your VBA coding by demonstrating how to apply block comments to multiple lines efficiently. We start by showing you how to access the toolbar customization in the VBA editor, followed by the steps to add the “comment” and “uncomment” functions to your toolbar. Once you’ve customized your toolbar, you’ll be able to effortlessly apply block comments to selected lines of code with a simple click. This technique will help you maintain cleaner, more organized VBA scripts and boost your coding productivity. So, get ready to supercharge your VBA skills and stay tuned for more valuable insights and tutorials on our blog.
This blog post explores the contrast between the widely recognized Android and the relatively obscure Fuchsia OS. While Android has been the mobile OS leader, Fuchsia, developed by Google, could potentially replace it. Fuchsia offers unique features like easy upgradability, compatibility with Android apps, and a distinct Zircon kernel. The blog also touches on its development history and prerequisites for those interested in developing for Fuchsia OS, such as familiarity with languages like C/C++, Dart, FIDL, Go, Python, and Rust, as well as the use of Flutter and other components.
In Google Sheets, applying conditional formatting to cells is a breeze. Simply right-click on the cell you want to format, then navigate to “View more cells” and select “Conditional formatting.” Next, choose the “add another rule” option. Here, you can specify the exact rule you need, either by using pre-defined formulas or creating a custom one. For instance, you can set up a formula to check if a cell’s value is less than 7, and if it is, you can instruct Google Sheets to change the cell’s fill color to red and its font color to white. With this simple process, you can visually enhance your spreadsheet and make data interpretation a lot more straightforward.
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