How to Disable Emoji in WordPress

End of May 2015 WordPress came up with version 4.2, and this version came with a new feature called Emoji that allowed you to use the new Emojis in your WordPress website. Even several people like this feature but there are alot who just don’t want Emojis. If we think from performance point of view then it is good to disable this feature as it oads an extra JS file in every page load which may cause to slows down your site. So, let’s see how to disable this feature.
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Prevent ajaxStart on selected ajax calls

Let us assume we are working on an existing website there several ajax calls are present. Let us assume developer of that website also used ajaxStart and and ajaxComplete events to show please wait popup while ajax calls continues. Now let us assume scenario that we don’t want to show that please wait popup for selected ajax calls. How we can achieve this?

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Where to find magento DB config details

Developers often want to do some work related to database, like backups, database edits, etc. But clients don’t even know what is MySQL database and where to get the database access details, they usually give just FTP and/or hosting control panel access.

Even if you have access to hosting cPanel, there might be a number of databases and you might need just one database responsible for your website/application. For example: magento.

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How to Enable/Disable the Full Height Post Editor in WordPress

Did you ever noticed the height of editor at the time of add/edit post or page while scrolling in your WordPress?  Few days back one of my client requested if it is possible to disable the full-height post editor and bring back the scroll bar and found the easiest ways to do so.

Login to WordPress website admin area  and click on add new under post menu. On the post editor screen, click on the Screen Options menu on the top right corner of the screen.

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Install Ajaxify WordPress Site Pro

Steps to Install Ajaxify WordPress Site Pro

Upload ajaxify-wordpress-site-pro folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress admin section.
Go to Settings tab there is ‘AWS Pro Options’ Page link will be present click on it and provide the details.
Provide the ID/CLASS of the container you want to be ajaxify with #/. in ‘Ajax container ID/CLASS’ field.
Provide the ID/CLASS of the menu container with #/. in ‘Menu container ID/CLASS’ field.
Provide search form tag ID/CLASS with #/. ‘Search form TAG ID/CLASS’.

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