A lightweight versatile app that runs right on your desktop
While Tesla’s app will allow a good range of options in managing the vehicle there isn’t really much going on for one touch widgets to start up stuff like the climate. Instead you have to click through the app which takes some time for the car to wake up and register before you can start up things like the climate. I’ve found a nifty way to help fix that with a the help from Tasker.Continue reading “Dynamically Start Tesla Climate from Home Screen”
Change your theme and lost your custom CSS changes? Here’s a way to recover it.
Been a little while since I’ve had the chance to update the IoT tinkering. In this update I went through and got Home Assistant up and running on Ubuntu 18.04 as well as configured it to use MQTT to receive sensor readouts.Continue reading “Some sweet 8266 <3 (Part 2)”
The beauty of these little devices is both their ease of use and low cost
Didn’t quite like how it was dominating the entire sidebar so went head and added a bit of custom CSS the the widget element to help make it a bit more manageable.
Got a short and sweet edit to get the pesky featured images from dominating the page’s top portion. Edit the CSS styling that calls out “single-featured-image-header”
Test to see if the plugin pulls posts based on selected categories.
In general I’m finding that I don’t want to add plugins when possible to wordpress so when it came to setting up a simple twitter feed to the sidebar I looked around to see if its easily doable.
Here’s how I did it…