Add a Back to Top Button Manually in WordPress

add back to top button manually wordpress

Add a Back to Top Button Manually

You have seen it.  The back to top button that appears as you scroll down on a long article.  Click it and it automatically scrolls you to the top of the screen.

Or, maybe you have not seen it. But, you’re smart. You realize how much better the user experience can be with such a feature.

Either way, it is easy to add a floating back to top button to your WordPress theme.

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Switch between two versions of iTunes


iTunes | Using Two Versions

This post is for those using the dot-method to revert to iTunes 10.7.  One reason people revert to iTunes 10.7 is because it is a superior way to manage a very large music library.  However, these same people probably use modern apple devices (iPod, iPhone, iPad, etc…).

If you only have one computer, it is possible to create two iTunes libraries. Then switch between iTunes 12 and iTunes 10.7.

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Downgrade or Revert from iTunes 12 to iTunes 10.7

Revert from iTunes 12 to iTunes 10.7 downgrade

Revert from iTunes 12.3 to iTunes 10.7

Are you finally upgrading to OS X Yosemite? You know the drill: each time you install a major release of OS X you automatically get an updated iTunes. As a die-hard devotee of iTunes 10.7 you’ll want to revert from iTunes 12 to iTunes 10.7.  Do you need a Yosemite download?  Search for it you will find it. 

You’ll want to rollback without loosing Mac App Store’s (MAS) functionality. MAS is Apple’s delivery mechanism for all its applications, system software and security updates.

Unlike most guides, this one shows you how to revert from iTunes 12 to 10.7 without loosing important functionality of Yosemite’s MAS. You will also learn how to cure any download issues that you may encounter.

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Show Hidden Files on Mac | Quickly with Aliases

Show Hidden Files on Mac

Show Hidden Files on Mac OS X

Time and again I have searched the net when I wanted to show hidden files on Mac OS X.  Then again when I needed to hide files on a Mac OS X.

This guide will show you how to speed up the process by creating an alias. Once finished, you won’t have to search the net for the correct method. You’ll simply type showFiles or hideFiles in the Terminal instead of the usual and lengthy command strings.

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