Similar to my article posted previously regarding the omission of SVN tools in OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, it seems Apple have dropped the feature again on OS X 10.9 Mavericks. I’m beginning to think that the non-inclusion of the SVN tools is now the de facto standard, and will be missing on all future OS X versions.
I found that over time I had a vast number of custom fields set throughout my posts and pages, put there by plugins which are no longer used. In order to remove these unwanted custom fields, you need to edit each post and click on the delete option for each field no longer required, then save the post.
Having recently upgraded to Mac OS X 10.8 – Mountain Lion, I was surprised to learn that SVN (Subversion) is not included in this release of the OS. This was a big pain point for me as I use Coda together with Versions for versioning and tracking revisions to my WordPress themes and websites.
Ever since I switched over to using a Mac, I’ve been struggling to find a really simple yet powerful blogging client. On PC platform nothing beats Windows Live Writer, it’s simple design with powerful editing capabilities make it a must for offline blogging. It also downloads your WordPress theme so that you can see exactly what your post will look like.
Want to change your meta links contained in a WordPress sidebar widget?
Some of my posts include snippets of code that help explain the process or describe what needs to be done. Most of the code is written in Visual Studio or Dreamweaver, and as such simply copying and pasting the code into the blog post doesn’t work.
I was looking for a simple media player that could play videos that I had created at home. One of the great things about Magix Movie Edit Pro is that you can output your finished masterpiece in MP4 or FLV format. Which is great as it keeps the file size small and enables me to share my videos to family members across the world.