Open the script file in your code editor
Scroll all the way down
Remove the source map link at the bottom of the file
I tested many different options for creating wordart/wordclouds online. Some of them worked well but then exporting wasn’t free. Others were a bit too simple with not much to customize. But this one is both free and it has plenty of handy customizations available: https://www.wordclouds.com/
If you have been doing web development using port 10080 you might have run into some issues recently since many browsers including Chrome and Firefox have decided to add that port to their blocked ports list.
I use a tool called InstantWP for WordPress development and it’s using port 10080 for http by default.
I first researched the option to change the ports IWP is using. It seems like it could be done from the config file which you can open from the “Advanced” tab by clicking “Edit Config File”. In the file that opens you should see a setting called PortOffset. I tried to change that but couldn’t get it to work even after trying many different numbers for the port offset.
I also tried to add a flag into Chrome’s startup parameters by right-clicking the Chrome icon and choosing properties. Then I replaced the value under “target” with the following string:
If you are doing a lot of screencasts with Zoom in which you share your screen, you might be wondering how you can stop the little video frame from the webcam being included in the recording. Luckily there is an option in the zoom settings to do just that.
Start by clicking on the little cogwheel symbol in order to open the Zoom settings:
Next go to the “Recording” tab and there you can find the “Record video during screen sharing” setting: