Friday, June 27, 2014

Wordpress: Print-friendly, Print as it looks in browser

If you you want to print a wordpress blog/site as it looks on the browser, then you have to
1. Login to the Wordpress as admin
2. Goto Appearance->Editor in the Left Sidebar menu.
3. On the right side find Header.php file
4. In the file locate the following piece of code

<link rel=”stylesheet” href=”<?php bloginfo(‘stylesheet_url’); ?>” type=”text/css” media=”screen” />

5. Modify to the media=""screen" to media="screen, print"
6. Click Update file at the bottom to save the changes in header.php

<link rel=”stylesheet” href=”<?php bloginfo(‘stylesheet_url’); ?>” type=”text/css” media=”screen, print” />

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Oracle: Split a String Based on Delimiter

We can split a string based on Delimiter using a combination of  INSTR and SUBSTR functions:

INSTR Returns the position of a String within a String. For more information see Oracle instr function
SUBSTR Returns a substring. For more information see Oracle substring
Syntax of SUBSTR:

Example 1:
select substr('',1,(instr('','.')) - 1)  
 from  dual  


Example 2:
select substr('',1,(instr(','.')) - 1) as First,  
        substr('', (instr('','.')) + 1) as Second  
 from  dual 

First         Second
orange           apple

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Oracle SQL Developer multiple table view

Oracle SQL Developer, to view multiple tables in different tabs, click on the 'pin' icon.

Monday, June 16, 2014

Eclipse keyboard shortcuts and Sublime Text 3 keybord shortcuts

Switching from Eclipse to Sublime Text 3?,  need some quick shortcuts to

1. Switching/Moving Lines up and down
Eclipse shortcut:  ⌘-UP to move lines up,  ⌘-DOWN to move lines down,
Sublime Text 3: CTRL-⌘-UP to move lines up, CTRL-⌘-DOWN to move lines down.

2. Deleting Entire Line your cursor is on 
Eclipse shortcut:⌘-D
Sublime Text 3: CTRL-SHIFT-K

3. Goto Line in File 
Eclipse shortcut: ⌘-L
Sublime Text 3: ⌘-P, then type a colon followed by the line number (e.g. :12 for line 12). To go to a line in another file, type the file name and then a colon and the line number.