If you are using iThemes Security (and I do recommend using it), make sure you go to Settings and under Brute Force Protection have “Immediately ban a host that attempts to login using the “admin” username.” checked.
PS: And if YOU get locked out on your “admin” account, who knows why is that good, right? :)
With MAMP PRO you can easily increase the PHP memory limit. Therefore you simply have to change some data within the php.ini file.
Here is how it works:
- Start MAMP PRO
- Stop the server if it’s running
- Choose Menu -> File -> Edit Template -> PHP5 php.ini (If you want to change the memory limit for PHP5, then choose PHP5 php.ini)
- The PHP ini file will be opened.
- If a dialogue box pops up, read it and confirm with OK
- Search (Command-F) for “memory_limit” (without quotes)
- You should get the following line:
memory_limit = 8M ; Maximum amount of memory a script may consume (8M)
- Now you can change the default value of 8M. For instance. into 32M or even more (like 128M)
- Save (Command-S) your changes.
- Close (Command-W) the file.
- Start the Server.
- That’s it!
First launch Terminal app, and paste or type in the following command:
defaults write com.apple.finder QLEnableTextSelection -boolean YES;
Then restart the finder with the following command:
1. Before you start, close Sublime Text 3
2. Create a folder in Dropbox called Sublime Text 3
3. Navigate to Sublime Text 3 folder in your Library
cd ~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 3/
4. Move the following two folders to this folder.
mv Packages/ ~/Dropbox/Sublime Text 3
mv Installed Packages ~/Dropbox/Sublime Text 3
5. Create symlinks from their original location to their new locations in Dropbox:
ln -s ~/Dropbox/App Settings/Sublime Text 3/Packages ~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 3/Packages
ln -s ~/Dropbox/App Settings/Sublime Text 3/Installed Packages ~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 3/Installed Packages
5. Open Sublime Text 3 and share this post, thanks.