• Set up Microsoft email account on Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch

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    To have an access to your Microsoft’s email account from your Apple iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch you can use the Microsoft Outlook app available from the Apple’s App Store. But you may prefer to use the built-in iOS Mail app for all your email accounts, like I do. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to set up your Microsoft email account (Hotmail, Outlook, Live, or MSN) using the built-in iOS Mail app.

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  • How to check the battery level of Apple Pencil?

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    The Apple Pencil provides long battery life (about 12 hours, according to Apple) and charges very quickly. If its battery is low, you can connect it to the Lightning port of your iPad and get 30 minutes of use from as little as fifteen seconds of charging. The 2nd generation Pencil has a brand new charging system that allow you to chard it wirelessly. However, the accessory itself lacks a battery status indicator, which shows the battery charge level. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to check the battery level of your Apple Pencil, right on your iPad (mini, Air or Pro).

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  • Speeding up your website using DNS prefetching technique

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    DNS prefetching is another way to enhance the performance of the front-end of a website. We can use it to tell the browser which assets (actually only the domain names where these assets are located) the user might need in the future — before they even need them. With it, the page loads faster, and users can achieve their goals as quickly as possible. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to speed up your website using DNS prefetching technique.

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  • WooCommerce: Remove links to the product details pages

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    Sometimes, WooCommerce store owners do not want to display a links to the product details pages on the product listing page on their website. This can be helpful if you are going to use Quick View instead, or your products don’t require much description, or you link to product pages elsewhere. This will leave only the “Add to cart” button available, so customers will not be able to get to the product details page, but they will still be able to purchase the product. In this article, I will show you how to remove the links to the product details pages from the product listing page of a WooCommerce store.

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  • What to do if the "Network Admin" menu item not showing in WordPress Multisite dashboard

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    WordPress Multisite enables you to create multiple websites from a single installation, requiring only one database and one set of files for many websites. Recently I moved my WordPress Multisite installation to another server and updated my WordPress admin login details. After this, the “Network Admin” menu item disappeared from WordPress Multisite dashboard. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to solve this problem.

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