Iamlittle Tech

Website on a Budget: Part 2 – Customising WordPress

Posted on June 2nd, 2017. Written by:

The video used in this tutorial was removed by TechStuffUK. Sorry for any inconvenience. Last lesson we setup our domain, we setup our hosting and we setup our professional email address. We also have installed WordPress which will be our CMS or system for managing our site and it’s content. This lesson in the series […]

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Website on a Budget: Part 1 – Hosting/ Domains/ Email

Posted on May 13th, 2017. Written by:

If you’re someone who wants to make your own website for yourself or a small business. You have come to the right place. In the first part of this series, you will learn how to purchase domains and hosting and we’ll install WordPress ready for the next lesson. Before you start clicking away at your […]

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How To Change your Glow Password

Posted on May 8th, 2017. Written by:

Glow is the intranet for everyone in education in Scotland. This tutorial will take you through the simple steps in order to change your Glow password. The first step is to sign in to your account. Your username should look like this: ‘ gw00lastfirst ‘. At the top right of your screen, you’ll see your […]

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Set Static IP Address in Windows 10

Posted on May 6th, 2017. Written by:

Changing your IP Address to be static is easy. When making a device have a static address you can do it two ways. Either through your DHCP server (most probably your router) or by the computer itself. This tutorial is going to show you how to make your IP static in Windows 10. Setting a […]

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Connect ProPresenter to Planning Center

Posted on April 30th, 2017. Written by:

ProPresenter is a piece of well-developed presentation software for churches. It has integrations with CCLI and other services. The service we are going to be focussing on connecting to is Planning Center. Planning Center allows churches to manage their services in the cloud. Overview  First up, you’ll need to open up ProPresenter. Then open preferences. […]

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Use CloudReady to turn your old computer into a fast Chromebook

Posted on April 10th, 2017. Written by:

A while back, I showed you how to turn your old computer into a fully functional Chromebook. Except, it wasn’t fully functioning in my house. We had issues with SSL certificates not being installed etc. Because of these issues, I looked to the web for a fix. I found a solution called Cloudready developed by […]

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Install Office 2016 from your Glow Account

Posted on April 6th, 2017. Written by:

Office 2016 is the latest version of Microsoft Office. Normally Office is $70 a year for an individual but Glow allows students in primary, secondary and places of higher education get the latest version of Office for no extra cost. How To Download and Install Office 2016 You’ll need your Glow login a few times […]

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Newton Review – The Best Email App EVER

Posted on March 22nd, 2017. Written by:

You may have seen Newton before, but not as Newton. As CloudMagic. Back in the day, CloudMagic was a free email client for mobile devices. You could sync your email and calendars with all your devices. All for free. Then in surprise to everyone, they magically turned into Newton which is the same but a […]

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Remove Modern Apps from Windows 10

Posted on March 19th, 2017. Written by:

When you install Windows 10 onto any computer, it also installs lots of modern garbage that is slow and just really disgusting. I’m going to show you how you can remove these Windows 10 apps from your computer. What are the modern apps? Modern Apps were introduced in Windows 8 along with the Windows Store […]

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TP LINK Archer C8 Router Review

Posted on March 11th, 2017. Written by:

Every two years or so our router dies, thankfully it has always been in its two-year warranty guarantee we can get a replacement router. Until now we’ve been using TP LINK’s Archer C8 router. In the past two years, I’ve really enjoyed using the Archer C8 router from TP-LINK. It provides the ability of 2.4 […]

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Map a Network Drive in Windows

Posted on February 13th, 2017. Written by:

If you are anything like me, you have more than 2 computers and you have a separate computer to serve all your media. Which to connect to you need to go through a five-minute process each time you want to connect. In this tutorial, I will save you from the tedious process which is connecting […]

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WordPress Theme Development : Styling and Sidebars

Posted on January 16th, 2017. Written by:

The last lesson in this series of WordPress theme development went through the process of adding a header and footer for our website. This lesson will touch upon creating a stylesheet and adding a sidebar to our theme. Firstly, Open our sidebar.php file that we created in the first lesson. This is where we are going […]

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WordPress Theme Development : Header and Footer

Posted on January 9th, 2017. Written by:

The last lesson of this series introduced us into writing our own WordPress theme. We created the required files and activated our theme within the WordPress dashboard. This lesson will go over creating headers and footers for our theme. We’re going to need to open up Sublime and Start XAMPP. In Sublime, open our header.php file […]

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Tutorial: How To Install ChromeOS on an old Laptop

Posted on May 25th, 2016. Written by:

We recommend you follow the new tutorial for making a Chromebook from your old computer. In this tutorial I will show you how to side-load Google’s ChromeOS on an old laptop. Why would I want to do this? You might have a old slow laptop sitting around that you want to fill with life again. […]

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Why to always get an unlocked phone

Posted on April 15th, 2016. Written by:

Usually when your get a phone, you probably get it from a phone shop on a contract for around 24 months. But sometimes, just sometimes you might want to change your phone because your phone is going slow, battery life gets poor but you are stuck with the same phone for the time left of […]

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Making the switch from Netflix to NowTV

Posted on April 4th, 2016. Written by:

Recently, I have had to make the move from using Netflix to the NowTV Box. I have only used both of these services on a TV either with my current set-top box(youview – BT Edition) on a separate box altogether. Let’s talk about what both of these services have in common: Mobile/Web Apps The Switch […]

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One Month with the Sony Cybershot H400

Posted on January 25th, 2016. Written by:

One month ago it was Christmas day, and for my Christmas I got a Camera. Now it wasn’t any camera. It was a Sony. When Sony comes to camera’s even on their mobile devices they are topping it off. This camera was the same quality, boasting with a 20.1 mega pixels and a fantastic optical […]

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The ease of Imaging with Win32 DiskImager

Posted on January 7th, 2016. Written by:

Recently, I have been looking at Imaging OS Systems on my Raspberry Pi. Whilst I was looking, I found this program and I find it really useful for imaging iso’s. The project that can be downloaded here, features a really nice and intuitive user interface to make imaging just that little bit easier. The tool […]

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