Custom WordPress Installer for Virtualmin GPL

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This WordPress installer for Virtualmin has been doing the rounds online for years, but it is slowly disappearing, so I figured I would post it here for easy access. I have made some minimal changes so that is downloads the latest version from WordPress and checks for PHP7 and PHP5 Download here: Install it here: /usr/libexec/webmin/virtual-server/scripts/ Then, login to Virtualmin -> Installer Scripts and there will be “WordPress” option

The easiest way to move a game in Steam

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If you need to move a game from one harddrive to another this is extremely easy to do. Decide where you want the files to be stored this needs to be done through steam as follows: Settings -> Downloads -> Steam Library Folders click Add Library Folder Navigate to your new steam folder and create a folder in steamapps called common Head to your current steam folder and find the game you want to move. You will probably find it … Read More

How to disable or enable hiberation in Windows 10

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So on my Desktop PC i don’t need to hibernate the pc as it’s fast enough from a cold boot, and as my SSD was getting a little full i decided to disable Hibernation freeing up nearly 12GB! Some examples of how much space this can take up: If you have 8GB of RAM then it would use 6GB of your harddrive. If you have 16GB of RAM then it would use 12GB of your harddrive. Windows allocates 75% of … Read More

Install PHP7.0 on CentOS 7 + Virtualmin (Multiple PHP Versions)

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So I finally decided to move my blog over to PHP 7.0, I’m a little slow when it comes to making changes on my server however I have been running PHP 7.0 on the work server for a while and it seems to be faster than the old PHP 5.6. If you would like to know how it’s done then read below as it extremely easy and took me literally less than 5 mins to do… So first off login … Read More

How to make Google Recaptcha responsive

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I have come across this problem several times while building responsive websites, where the Google Recaptcha overflows it’s container which doesn’t look great, so after some searching i have found a solution online with thanks to the Geek Goddess First off make sure the following class is present on your Google Recaptcha div: g-recaptcha Then in your style sheet add the following style: @media screen and (max-height: 575px){ #rc-imageselect, .g-recaptcha { transform:scale(0.77); -webkit-transform:scale(0.77); transform-origin:0 0; -webkit-transform-origin:0 0; } } That’s it… … Read More