<rant>I feel like I am starting from scratch every time I load a website I am building on the iPhone or iPad. Standards or no, there are some funky things that happen on those devices.</rant>
Most recently, I have been wrestling with the fact that the iPad and iPhone seem to randomly add margins to the right of my content. After all sorts of late nights and code hacking, I finally discovered that I can define the width of the browser (as viewed by iPad and iPhone). Just add something like the following to the head of your html document (or WordPress theme):
Onward and upward…hopefully…
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Today I had an issue where I needed to merge two folders, each of which contained many sub- and sub-sub folders that had lots of images. After a lot of trial-and-error and some Googling, I found the best solution is to use the “ditto” command in Terminal like this: That’s it! Hat tip to AppleInsider.
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