When you want to backup your Evolution calendar, mail, memos, and address book, you have to open up Evolution, go to the file menu, and then follow a few steps before the backup is saved to your computer. This is generally fine if you backup infrequently and you’re able to remember to backup the application every time you perform a computer backup. For me, I prefer automating as much of the backup process as possible.
When a user leaves your website through a link or HTTP redirect, a HTTP header of the current page the user is coming from is attached to the new request. In most cases, this isn’t harmful, but there are situations where the URL should be hidden. In this tutorial, you will learn of a few different methods to obscure or remove the HTTP Referer header from the request. Keep in mind that some of these options may not always work.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to grab pages from multiple sections on your Hugo site and display them in a single list. There are many reasons why this may be used. For instance, if you have a section called “tutorial” and another section called “news”, you may want to combine both sections together on your homepage to display all of the recent combined posts. There are a few ways to go about displaying multiple sections in a single list in Hugo, but I will go over the two that I use frequently.
If you are greeted with a screen asking for your e-mail address and two-factor authorization every time you turn on or wake up your Chromebook, there is a setting you can enable that allows you to only have to enter your password when signing in. The default settings for Chrome OS will not require you to enter these additional details, but if you adjusted a few account settings, you may have unexpectedly disabled a feature and are now required to also enter your email address and the authorization code when signing in.
Samsung’s SF350 monitor has one major design flaw for users who wish to mount their monitor to the wall or to a monitor arm using the VESA mount. The stand hinge that is attached to the back of the monitor where the default stand attaches to doesn’t have a way to be removed. The stand hinge interferes with the VESA mount making it so you can’t tilt the monitor properly when you are using a VESA mount to a wall or a monitor arm.