Fixing Photoshop’s “View Print Size” Feature

Photo of a ruler showing that the Print Size on the screen is not correctIf you’ve ever worked with photoshop, chances are you’ve run into this issue: You want to view your image at the exact size that it will print, so logically, you go to View > Print Size and notice that it’s no where near the size it should be. If you’re like most designers, you just accept this as a flaw in Photoshop and work around it. But to hell with that, why is the feature even there if it doesn’t work? Well, the short answer to that question is that it does work.

Migrating WordPress to a new domain without a splitting headache

Moving WordPress from one domain to another can be intimidating, but it doesn’t need to be the bane of your existence. If you know the easy way to do it, you can get it done in 16 minutes flat (depending on the size of your website). Surprisingly enough, there aren’t very many articles on the net on how to “easily” move a WordPress site from an old domain to a new domain. Now why would you want to do such a thing? Well, maybe you’re tired of your old domain and want to move your site to a new domain, or maybe you just want to migrate a WordPress site from a development server to a production server. No matter the reason, it’s gotta get done, so here is the easy way to do it. For the steps below I’m using the following (which is up to date at the time of writing this article):

  • cPanel: 11.30.5 (build 2)
  • phpMyAdmin: 3.4.7.1
  • WordPress: 3.2.1

If you don’t have exactly the load-out above, it should be fairly easy to fill in the gaps.