Last night I came across a situation where I had 447 folders each containing many subfolders and with only one file in the last subfolder. I needed a way to move all of these nested files into one parent folder. Luckily, there’s a small free program called Suction that can do this very easily. A screenshot is below. It worked perfectly and quickly.
e.g. abdullahyahya.com is registered at godaddy
How to find where a domain is registered?
Do a whois lookup, e.g. http://www.whois.com/whois/abdullahyahya.com
e.g. below is the control panel to set the name servers for abdullahyahya.com
When setting up a web server, if it’s one of the following
you may want to start or compare your config with some boilerplate configs you can find at
Many best practices and optimization are included in them which can save you a lot of time.
As a website grows, you can find yourself with a ton of CSS that may or may not be needed. Cleaning this CSS is necessary to facilitate maintainability of your code. But how do you find unused CSS. A Firefox extension called Dust-Me Data does a decent job of doing that. Below is a screenshot show how many unused selectors there are from each source followed by a listing of each selector.