The eagle-eyed reader of this blog will have noticed that reviews are not typical for falkus.co. When I was considering purchasing the H.View camera I could only find reviews and guides for more popular brands (your Canon/D-Link/FOSCAM etc), but nothing for the cheap-and-hopefully-cheerful H.View. I'm aiming to fill that gap. This post is a brief overview of the power over ethernet IP camera, how I went about setting it up with my NAS and my general impressions of an IP camera that costs less than £40.
Did you know you can center align text in vim? From a visual selection, run
:center. This aligns the text on the assumption that the width of the document is
textwidth, or 80 characters by default. You can also manually set the range by running
:center N, where
N is the total width of the line.
This post introduces some considerations and techniques for handling images within WordPress. This is particularly useful if you are building a website that will be handed over to a client who will then maintain the content with no further involvement from you, the developer.
You would expect identical SQL queries, running against the same database at the same time to give the same results, right? Well, it turns out that such an impossibility can occur. Alas, this wasn’t some easter egg or heisenbug hidden in MySQL, the issue turned out to be perfectly sane. This is how the confusion unfolded…
CSS offers various units for sizing elements. The popular choices are
em and more recently
rem. There are two other units that have quickly become favourites of mine,
vh. These are relative units, but unlike say
rem which are relative to the font size of the current and root element respectively,
vh are relative to the viewport. A single viewport unit is equivalent to 1% of the viewport width (
vw) or height (