WordPress API reference, editor styling

Just a quick post to the codex entry relating to this topic:

http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/add_editor_style

Nothing to hard there on the surface, but may require including the whole theme style which may break the editor visually requiring overriding some of the core theme elements, Which if it breaks or messes up the editor visually having to manually over write/nullify the offending css rules.

Leading to if that is the case is it maybe more efficient to create a separate css file for  lists/paragraph/heading/image/video type defines ONLY compared to pulling in the whole theme style.. All that seems to be a revolving door mostly resting on the choice of using @import or not which has slightly higher overhead compared to not using it.

Literally the only difference would be not using @import, and instead of going round the merry go round just doing the work in the opposite direction instead of re-defining what we re-defined (the merry go round!), simply dig out what is needed and include that only.

Windows 7 Installation Tips and Tricks

How to create a Windows 7 installation partition

This concept can be used to perform clean installs as well as perform recovery tasks. Potentially think about a larger system/restore partition large enough to hold other files, such as saving system backup images to this drive and maybe portable apps/tools.

Geek Tip from the video: shift + f10 launches a command prompt from within the windows installation process.

Fix Windows USB/DVD Download Tool when unable to copy files

A user account trick to hide accounts from the login screen:

If you have an account with Administrator-level permissions on the system, you should be able to delete the account using the

net user

command from an elevated command prompt.

In the Start Menu’s search bar, type

cmd

. When “cmd.exe” is highlighted in the search results, press CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER. You should get a UAC prompt. After the UAC prompt, you should see a CMD window with the title

Administrator: C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe

.

From there, use

net user

as you normally would to delete a user account:

net user [username] /delete

For more information about

net user

see: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/251394

Once done the user account still exists but it is not visible in the login screens visibly it is souly in the background existing for tasks not daily desktop work, this is handy for hidden admin accounts or other accounts that are used for specific purposes like password protected file sharing (very handy!).