Install Codeblocks IDE and configure custom themes

Install Codeblocks IDE and configure custom themes

Here are the steps that you need to do in order to install Codeblocks and add some custom themes to it. INSTALLATION  for Ubuntu open a terminal and type the following sudo apt install codeblocks   INSTALL THEMES (all platforms) make sure the Codeblocks IDE is not running open a text editor (like gedit,  nano, vi) and copy paste the content below in a new file named colour_themes.conf open a terminal and type the following (do not run as root) cb_share_config…

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Beautify your code in Visual Studio

Beautify your code in Visual Studio

I came across a nice tool to beautify your comments in Visual Studio. By adding a third character to your comment, it will change the visual style //x  will enable strikethrough, good when a comment is no longer pertinent but you don’t want to delete it //?  when you want to revise  stuff //!  for important notice //TODO:  for todo! 🙂 // standard comment   http://bit.ly/293dzbw   

Enable WordPress’s permalinks with NGINX

Enable WordPress’s permalinks with NGINX

By default, WordPress will have links that aren’t very pretty, ie:  : http://lucraymond.net/?p=28 It’s not really WordPress’s fault, these kinds of links will work on any hosting platforms with PHP enabled. In order to enable prettier links, you need to enable a feature enabled MOD_REWRITE (in Apache) and you can do it natively with NGINX. You need to edit the configuration file for your web site. You should see the following: server { … some stuff here } INSERT THE CODE…

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