Loops are arguably some of the most important features in any programming language and if you’re just starting to learn to code, they are going to be among the first hurdles you will need to overcome. And the fact that there are different types of loops just adds to beginner confusion. This article will walk you through the different types of loops in Java. And I will provide working examples in each case.
If you’re trying to use WordPress or Shopify plugins, you may not easily find the perfect bare bones implementation of a FedEx tracking box on your website. And if your site is fully custom, you have no choice but to code the FedEx tracking box yourself. This article steps in and guides you on how to write no nonsense HTML code to display your FedEx tracking box. I even have a working example on this page for you to play with.
Locked out of your WordPress website? No worries. This article explains how a server administrator can either force reset a user’s WordPress password or create a new WordPress admin user with a brand new password. Database and FTP methods are described.
This WordPress Password Hash Generator uses the official WordPress hashing function wp_hash_password() behind the scenes. With this tool, you can convert a password to its hash code (or hash sum or checksum), which can then be used to set a new password directly in the WordPress MySQL database.
This article discusses how to create a timer job for deleting orphaned users (SharePoint users that are deleted or disabled in AD) using Visual Studio. I have tested this solution on both SharePoint 2016 and SharePoint 2010. So, it would of course also work for SharePoint 2013.
Orphaned users in SharePoint are users that have been disabled or completely deleted from active directory but are still referenced in list items and sites, and especially in the SharePoint people picker control. This article explains how to remove them using PowerShell.