In Unity, the Android back button is treated the same as the "Escape" KeyCode. So in order to do something when the user presses the back button on their Android device, you need to check for the Escape key being pressed down and also make sure the user is on the Android platform (if you're cross-platform).
On the topic of net neutrality you may have seen this quote floating around:
"I'm authorized to state by my client today, that but for these rules we would be exploring those commercial arrangements."
This is from the Verizon lawyer Helgi C. Walker, and is touted as evidence that Verizon plans to prioritize or block Internet traffic discriminately, or create paid fast-lanes. Here's a little more detail on this and where you can listen to the full exchange.
When setting up M2E Pro, you can map 3rd party eBay listings to M2E Pro listings and Magneto products. But what if you want to unmap or "release" eBay listings so they're no longer managed by M2E Pro? Like asked in this M2E Pro suggestion
. There's no built-in way, but you can do it with some database edits.
is a feature that allows you to take, download, collect, and share screenshots. Mozilla added it to version 56 of Firefox. If you don't need it or never use it, here's how you can disable it.
is a feature that strips away clutter like buttons, ads, and background images, and changes the page's text size, contrast, and layout for better readability. Here's how you can disable it.
is a service that allows you to save documents, articles, and other content for later reading. It used to be an add-on for Firefox, but Mozilla decided to integrate it directly into the browser, which upset
many users. Here's how you can disable it.
Most gaming platforms and publishers offer a pre-order or pre-purchase option for their major titles leading up to release. This behavior has garnered a lot of enmity from gamers, especially when it involves exclusives. If you're really excited for a game, should you pre-order it? Here are some advantages and disadvantages to doing so.
WordPress by default runs entirely inside the public document root. This is unfortunate for security reasons, but is required in order to preserve backwards compatibility. There is one exception to this, and that is the config file (wp-config.php). WordPress automatically looks for the wp-config.php file one folder above the document root, if it doesn't find it in the document root.
The document root, which is also called the web root or website root directory, is the publicly-accessible base folder for a website. It is where you'll find the index file (index.php, index.html, default.html, etc). This folder is often named public_html, htdocs, www, or wwwroot, depending on your web host and settings.
Here is how to change the number of products/columns per row on WooCommerce product pages. You should be using a child theme
of the default Storefront theme that comes with WooCommerce and not editing the Storefront theme directly. If you're using a theme other than Storefront, I'm not sure if these instructions will work.
Disabling reviews (comments) on WooCommerce products used to require a plugin, but the functionality is now built into WooCommerce itself. Just navigate to WooCommerce > Settings > Products, uncheck Enable product reviews, then click Save changes.
Here is a completely empty and clean MySQL database file for WordPress 4.8.2. It's the same as a clean install, with the sample and welcome posts removed.