You have always been able to decide which image size that should be selected at which window width. This can be done programmatically in your templates.
But as of Responsify WP 1.9, this can easily be achieved from the WordPress backend thanks to a brand new user interface.
I’ve been using Sublime Text as my code editor for about four or five years now. Since version 3 is currently in beta and has been for a while, I’ve made the switch from version 2 to 3.
This process made me discover which packages I’m using the most or misses the most when it’s not installed yet.
Here it goes, a classic list of Sublime packages you can’t live without™.
I’m also a geek when it comes to color schemes. Without a sexy color scheme for my editor, I can’t get any work done. Peacock has been a favourite for quite some time, but since my switch to ST3, Material Theme is a requirement for being productive.
I also like to have a bit larger font size and some spacing between lines. These are my settings in Sublime:
I ran into this problem this morning where I couldn’t connect to my virtual machines MySQL with Sequel Pro. The error message was “WARNING: REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION HAS CHANGED” and so began the Googeling.
I found the solution over at the Laracasts forum. It was quite easy actually. The only thing I had to do was to rename (or just delete) the known_hosts file at ~/.ssh.