Author Archives: J.D. H.

Mass Delete Multiple Downloaded Quicken Transactions

Sometimes  you may need to delete Quicken downloaded transactions. However, on face value, it appears that Quicken makes it very time consuming to delete downloaded transactions. 🙁  Thankfully, there is a way to delete more than one transaction at a time! This cuts down on the number of clicks required and will hopefully save you some time. 🙂 UPDATE: I finally figured out a way to delete ALL downloaded transactions in a Quicken account. I am making this Tip 1

Increasing the PHP file upload limit for phpMyAdmin on IIS/FastCGI [SOLVED]

Recently I encountered a somewhat unusual web host. They were running FastCGI/PHP on MS IIS and they needed their PHP file upload limits increased. This is trivial on a normal PHP installation, but it took a bit more sleuthing to determine the proper location(s) for php.ini on this IIS install. For reference, here are the locations: C:\Program Files\PHP\v7.4\php.ini C:\Program Files (x86)\PHP\v5.3\php.ini The changes needed were: upload_max_filesize = 200M post_max_size =200M A few tips: Make the changes to the proper php.ini

youtube Api Could not be loaded ! Please Check and Renew SSL Certificate ! [SOLVED]

Recently I encountered the following error message on a client’s site: This error is fairly glaring as it covers the video that was meant to be playing. After some research, I was able to narrow the issue to a slider plugin and specifically the following javascript libary: jquery.themepunch.revolution.min.js and another more recent site had the same code in the file: rs6.min.js on both sites, the file was located in: \wp-content\plugins\revslider\public\assets\js\ After reviewing the code, it is evident that the javascript

LIST: Father’s day gifts that are Made in the USA!

This is a list of made in the USA products that I have personally used and would recommend for any dad. 🙂 I am starting with kayaks and will be adding more items in the future, I hope you this list is useful to you! Lifetime Kayaks – Made in the USA! Product pages and prices: Full listing of Lifetime kayaks Why I recommend Lifetime kayaks: My family is a big fan of American made products and we try to

Comparisons of various laptops and PCs

Random PCs and laptops I have used in the past for work and play: Gateway 14.1″ Laptop Overall PassMark Rating: 2340.7 Passmark CPU Mark (multithreaded): 5825.2 (actual result 2020_11)Passmark CPU Single Thread: 2085 (actual result 2020_11) AMD Ryzen 3300U (ordered a 3200U and they shipped me a 3300U!!!) UPGRADE! 4GB 20GB DDR4 RAM (4GB soldered, 16GB added) 128GB M.2 SATA SSD (not NVMe) UPGRADE! 1TB M2. SATA SSD (not NVMe) Gigabyte AERO 15 OLED laptopSA-7US5130SH 9th Gen Intel Core i7-9750H

When do I get my stimulus / economic impact check? [ANSWERED]

Question: I just updated my banking info with the IRS website, how can I find out when I will get my stimulus (economic impact) deposit? -Christopher Answer as of May 1st, 2020:As best I can determine, if you enter your bank account information any day until noon on a Tuesday, your payment date will become available the Saturday after that Tuesday. In other words, if you enter the info before Tuesday then the following Saturday you can log back in

MySQL Server has gone away when importing large sqlfile [Navicat, SOLVED]

Recently I tried importing a 1.2GB SQL dump file and Navicat kept immediately timing out with: [Err] 2006 – MySQL server has gone away Eventually, I was able to the entire file (6 million records worth) to import by unchecking* the “Run multiple queries in each execution” option before starting the import process. After this, the process completed perfectly! *normally I always uncheck that box, but for some reason this time I forgot to uncheck it on my first attempt.