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Customize Ubuntu Terminal (Basic)

Posted on November 24th, 2015 by Runish Kumar

If you are bored with the default look of terminal you can do some customization to make it little colorful and little useful. Below are some tips to do that: 1. Making terminal prompt colored: Steps: – Open terminal – run command vim .bashrc    # “.bashrc” is the file which run everytime you open the […]

How to Add Customized Back Button in Place of Close Button in jQuery Mobile Dialog

Posted on November 23rd, 2015 by Roshan Gupta

The Default close button of a dialog just redirects to the previous page in the history. So if the dialog has a form and has some validation.   If the user done some error in the form fillup then he will get error messages and the dialog will be shown for a no of times. so […]

Customize Skype Notification

Posted on November 23rd, 2015 by Avishek Sharma

You can customize the notifications for any Skype group chat window. Turn off the notification, by typing “/alertsoff“(without quotes) to the chat window, in case you don’t want to get distracted by the pop-up notifications. Get that back(yes you guessed that right) by typing “/alertson“(without quotes) to the chat window. That will set on all […]

Customizing Sharepoint Site by Disabling/ Removing the Quick Launch Items

Posted on November 23rd, 2015 by Rasmita Mohanty

We can programmatically hide or remove the Quick Launch items from within a SharePoint Site to give that site a customized look and feel. We can easily hide / show the Quick Launch items using the QuickLaunchEnabled property of a SPWeb object.. /*1st code block*/ SPSite spSite = new SPSite(SiteUrl); SPWeb spWeb = spSite.OpenWeb(); spWeb.QuickLaunchEnabled […]