Enable the root user in macOS Monterey and earlier macOS versions

Enable Macos Root User

Here is how you enable the root user in macOS Monterey and earlier macOS versions, the macOS root user is disabled by default when the OS is installed. As an admin user launch System Preferences from the Apple Menu and go to the User and Groups pane, you will need to authenticate first by clicking on the padlock icon down the bottom left, then…

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Reset Forgotten Admin Password on macOS Monterey and macOS Big Sur

Macos Forgot Password

The passwords for all accounts on macOS Monterey 12, Big Sur 11.2, Catalina, Mojave, macOS High Sierra and Sierra, OSX 10.11 El Capitan, OSX 10.10 Yosemite, OSX 10.9 Mavericks and OSX 10.8 Mountain Lion including admin and standard user accounts can be reset and changed when booted from the Recovery Partition on macOS. Boot into…

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Completely hide WooCommerce products from shop, product search and WordPress search

Hidden Woo Products Showing in search

You can hide a WooCommerce product from the shop page and product search by choosing ‘Hidden’ in the ‘Catalog visibility’ options from the Publish metabox on a product page in the backend. This is good and it hides the product as advertised from the shop and product search results but the product is still visible…

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How to compress and uncompress files and folders in the Terminal in macOS Monterey

Compress Files Osx Terminal

Since macOS is based on Unix there are a number of ways to compress files and folders within the filing system using Unix based application code, below are a few options using the Terminal or command line interface (cli). The default command line application interface in macOS is the Terminal and is stored in /Applications/Utilities.…

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Set noindex nofollow on posts from specific category using Yoast WordPress SEO

Wordpress Seo Noindex Certain Posts

Using the Yoast WordPress SEO filter wpseo_robots filter you can set posts from a specific category to have the meta tag set with noindex/nofollow. add_filter( ‘wpseo_robots’, ‘yoast_seo_robots_remove_single’ ); /** * Set certain posts to noindex nofollow */ function yoast_seo_robots_remove_single( $robots ) { if ( is_single() && has_term( ‘uncategorized’, ‘category’ ) ) { return ‘noindex,nofollow’; }…

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