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Select All Posts And Categories From A WordPress Database In MySQL

When you just want a list of everything you've posted on a Wordpress site, use this MySQL query.

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Integrate KCFinder with CKEditor in WordPress

Inserting images with Wordpress has almost ALWAYS been a pain in my backside.  I finally have a solution, and it's called KCFinder.  I got it working with CKEditor for Wordpress today, and so far it's awesome.  Here's how I did it.

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When You Can Not Empty Trash In Thunderbird With IMAP Folders

I had an empty folder.  I deleted it.  I emptied the trash.  It was still there, in the trash.  You too?  Here's how to get rid of it.

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Creating Product Images for Your Website With GIMP

Some people might want to take product images to put on their websites, but it's hard sometimes to make them look nice.  Feathered edges is an elegant touch, and here's how to do them.

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Moving Mail From One IMAP Server To Another

I can sum it up with this: What a bleeping pain in the bleeping bleeps.  But here's how I got mail copied from one postfix/dovecot server to another one.

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A Small Business Owner’s Guide To Setting Up WordPress

This should be a very short project for a small business owners who don't want to spend a lot of time learning a CMS.

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How To Download LibreOffice When The Normal Method is Slow

 

I've seen for myself, and read elsewhere on message boards, that sometimes LibreOffice downloads are very slow.  I've got no idea what's going on, but I was able to eventually find a way to get it quicker.

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Losing Focus in XFCE

One of the annoying things about a default XFCE install is really easy to fix.  Changing window focus when scrolling is easy to shut off.

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Monitor and Keypad, Acer Aspire Laptops and Minor Ubuntu Trouble

Two Acer Aspires I've owned lately both ran like champs, and they did it with Ubuntu on them.  I can't say the same for the latest one I ran into, but the Aspire 5517 and Aspire 7750 have both been substantially awesome.  Initally though, I had a snag with the keyboards and display brightness.  Here's how I fixed them.

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Create PDF Files in Linux

There's a real easy way to create pdf files in Linux. Many distros by default allow users to "Print to File," and the resulting file can be a pdf. But I found that this doesn't always work; some apps need to see an installed printer, not the print to file option. Let me introduce to you the cups-pdf package, which will also create pdf files in Linux.

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