Make Firefox Smaller / Zoom Out / More Compact

If you use Firefox and can not find that perfect compact theme, fear not, we can easily just change the size of everything! In address bar go to about:config. Search in there for the setting layout.css.devPixelsPerPx. For default size set it to -1.0 or 1.0. I usually set mine around 0.9 to 0.95 for slightly…

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Doogee Leo DG280 root

After a lot of searching and trying various things I found an incredibly easy method to root my new Doogoo Leo DG280 phone. It is an Android 5.0 r15 version by the way. Simply follow the link (http://www.kingroot.net/) and download & run the APK file. Simple as. Do not be frightened by the Chinese website,…

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Disassemble Viewsonic VG2436vm-LED

I had a quick search online and there does not seem to be a guide for this so I will document my disassembly of my Viewsonic VG2436vm-LED 24″ monitor. N.B. *** BEFORE YOU GO ANY FURTHER ***: I just spent a long time part disassembling this and it was not worth the time and effort…

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Collaborating on WordPress Site Development

Just how does a team of 2+ people go about collaborating on WordPress site development? That’s something I’ve been fooling around with over the last while now. Having used Git and SVN for programming work, it seemed like a no brainer that this was probably the way to go. SVN has fallen out of favour…

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Samsung Code to Delete dumpstate/logcat

Running out of precious “internal” memory on a Samsung phone? This may help slightly: the Samsung code to get to “Delete dumpstate/logcat” is *#9900# What does “Delete dumpstate/logcat” do? It does what it says, it deletes dumpstates (coredumps from software crashes I assume), and deletes logs (informational/error event logs), both of which are not much…

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