Changing Text Colour-Fluid Template

Hi Folks,

I've been busy building a store with a blog using the Fluid template and Fluid WP theme. Maybe I'm going snow-blind as I've spent a long time on this but I can't seem to find where I can change the text colour in the sidebox?

The headings (e.g. Browse Categories) are a rather insipid light grey-ish. How can I change the headings colour (to black) and to make them bold as to stand out?

Can the text colour in the body of the page contents be changed, again from the insipid grey to…

Changing Text Colour-Fluid Template

Changing MacOS’s IP Address While Booted Off Another Drive

My server lives in a data center, 1,000 miles away. This Mac has two hard drives, a primary and a backup. Both are bootable and have the same network settings, so I can switch back and forth between them, remotely. (Screen sharing, System Prefs, Startup Disk).

I just put a new server in service today. Before boxing it up, I use a keyboard and mouse to change the server’s IPs from my LAN IPs, to my public IPs. Server went in to service and all was good. Until I rebooted.

I forgot to change the backup drive’s network settings. So when I boot off of the backup drive, the computer is live on the internet with an IP of No bueno.

I was able to get the server booted back up off of the primary drive, so I’m in service for now. But I have no physical access to this machine. What I need is:

A way to change the IP address of both ethernet interfaces, on the Backup hard drive, while I am booted up off of the Primary hard drive. If I’m lucky, there’s a .plist somewhere I can edit and life will be good. If I’m unlucky, Apple will have some truly insane way of storing IP settings, and it won’t be possible to do this at all.

Note: This is an El Capitan install.

help! What does this mean? “No DKMS packages installed: not changing Secure Boot validation state”

I ran sudo apt-get update, sudo apt-get install, sudo apt-get upgrade

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Time zone keeps changing wildly

Or at least I think that’s the problem. For weeks now the time on my Pixel has been popping all over the place, without me intervening, always off by exactly one or more hours in either direction. For long stretches the time will be correct, but then it’ll start jumping around.

Moments ago my phone said 11:07am. Now it’s the correct time, 3:07pm. I few minutes prior to that it was 5pm-something. Interestingly, I was trying to use the Google Authenticator app, which doesn’t seem to work when the time is incorrect. Without me doing anything, it finally figured out the correct time and the Authenticator app worked.

Under Date & time I, naturally, have Automatic time zone enabled, as well as Automatic date & time. I suppose I could disable Automatic time zone, but that’s a somewhat-annoying work-around, not a fix.

Has anyone see this before? Any suggestions as to what might be the problem?

Is Yahoo Changing Their Name to Altaba?

I heard a rumor, but I don't know how trustworthy the source was. I heard Yahoo was signing a deal with some other company. According to this source, the deal excludes Yahoo's 15% stake in Alibaba Group and 35.5% stake in Yahoo! Japan; BUT following the completion of the acquisition, these assets will be retained under the name Altaba, with a new executive team.


I need to concat data from multiple row into one column without changing the structure of actual table during export

enter image description hereI have a table item , in which SKU, size , color is there and product_code is same for parent and child product. when I import product to e-com ,under my parent, child product should be displayed. below is my table format to import. i need to concat column A+B+C matching with column D and get the SKU_config data.

OptionValue and OptionPattern not Changing Values

I am trying to produce a function with a few sets of arguments, one of which can accept options. However it doesn’t seem to be responding to the changes that I accept.

ClearAll[testFn] Options[testFn]={     "myOption"->"defaultValue"     }; testFn["A"][x_][y_,OptionsPattern[testFn]][z_]:={x,y,z,OptionValue[testFn,"myOption"]}  testFn["A"][1][2,"myOption"->"something"][3] expectedOutput={1,2,3,"something"} 

However this produces

{1, 2, 3, "defaultValue"} {1, 2, 3, "something"} 

I cannot seem to get the option to be anything except the default value in the first line of the input. Is there something I’m not doing correctly, if so, how can I fix it?

Can changing APN settings in Android improve internet speed?

I wonder while reading some of blogs and even people around me suggests some changes in APN settings(that includes APN Name, MCC, MNC, APN Protocol and Bearer), claiming that will increase my internet speed.

If this is a real solution for increasing internet speed, do above settings are enough to change?

Additional Info: Country India Carrier Network- Jio/Airtel

Why does changing the sort order return a different number of results? Is it a bug?

I have a query that contains COALESCE in the select list. If I change the order by clause of the query I get a different number of results.

-- 225 rows - with order by  desc select coalesce(tdo.orderId, -1) , o.*  FROM dbo.[Order] o        JOIN dbo.TradeDeskOrder tdo  ON o.orderId = tdo.orderId        join dbo.CodeValues cv1  ON o.[type] = cv1.iCodeValue         AND cv1.vchCodeType = 'Order.Type' AND cv1.vchSource = 'Trading.UI'        JOIN dbo.TradeCentralAccounts am  ON o.iCfnAccountId =        JOIN dbo.TradeCentralProducts pm  ON o.iProductID = pm.iProductID   order by o.orderid desc    -- 233 rows - order by select coalesce(tdo.orderId, -1) , o.*  FROM dbo.[Order] o        JOIN dbo.TradeDeskOrder tdo  ON o.orderId = tdo.orderId        join dbo.CodeValues cv1  ON o.[type] = cv1.iCodeValue         AND cv1.vchCodeType = 'Order.Type' AND cv1.vchSource = 'Trading.UI'        JOIN dbo.TradeCentralAccounts am  ON o.iCfnAccountId =        JOIN dbo.TradeCentralProducts pm  ON o.iProductID = pm.iProductID   order by o.orderid    

If I remove the coalesce from the select list I get 233 rows regardless of sort order. Is this a bug? I’m using SQL 2014 SP2-CU13.