Ian Lee

Google AdSense Code Breaks WordPress Customizer, Beaver Builder / Themer and Elementor Page Builders

It’s been a hair-pulling week, to say the least. About 1-2 weeks ago, I noticed some WordPress sites that I manage not displaying properly within Customizer. All other pages display properly. The issue was just isolated to individual blog posts and not across all sites either. The odd thing was, changing to the theme’s default […]

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Port Moody CP Holiday Train Festivities

After all these years of seeing photos and videos of the CP Holiday Train (Canadian Pacific Holiday Train), I finally saw it with my own eyes. What a fun event that took place tonight (Dec 18, 2018) in Port Moody.  Glad my wife suggested we go a little earlier so we may have a better […]

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[RESOLVED] WordPress Bulk Edit Leads to HTTP ERROR 414

Something odd came up in WordPress and no amount of searching presented a real solution. When I Bulk Edited over 800+ posts and clicked “Update”, I would get a 414 error from the server. The exact error in Google Chrome was: This page isn’t working If the problem continues, contact the site owner. HTTP ERROR […]

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Cheapest Way to Print Photos – How I Saved $550 in Ink

As our digital assets continue to grow, we are all accumulating an insane amount of storage data on our hard drives and the cloud. Most of these will either gather digital dust or eventually encounter data degradation and become corrupted over time. Yes, digital files can go stale due to a phenomenon called data rot […]

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A119 Pro Audio Too Soft – Troubleshooting

If you have not seen the audio comparison between the Viofo A119 Pro and A119 V2 dash cams, here is my comparison video between the two unit showing a significant lower volume level from the A119 Pro. In fact, here is the detailed review of the A119 Pro as it compares to the A119 V2.  […]

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Viofo A119 V2 versus A119 Pro Dash Cam

For almost a year now, I have been running the Viofo A119 V2 dash cam in our car. It’s been pretty flawless since the initial setup. Recently, Viofo reached out and asked if I would do a quick review of their most recent dash cam, the A119 Pro. Received the unit about 2 weeks ago […]

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Instant Pot Pulled Pork Recipe – Perfect

Along with 200,000 Amazon Prime members who purchased an Instant Pot this last Prime Day, I also snagged one during a recent Amazon blow out deal. The deal only lasted for a few hours so I rushed to my local Best Buy and price beat it and get my new Instant Pot instantly! I have been testing […]

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How to Watch CBC Olympics App While Away from Canada

During my wife’s previous out-of-country business trip, I setup a VPN (Virtual Private Network) for her to connect home so she can watch some FIFA World Cup Soccer when she had some down time. A VPN is needed yet again as she is now out-of-country for another work trip and the 2016 Olympics in Rio are happening […]

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Apps To Take Facebook 360 Photos

By the time you finish reading this article, you will know how to capture and publish 360 images to Facebook using just your smartphone and a free app. Despite what so-called experts are telling us, you won’t need buy fancy and expensive cameras to make this happens. Here is how to do it. Facebook just launched 360 allowing users […]

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Week 12 – Achilles Rupture Recovery – More Physiotherapy

I can see the light at the end of the tunnel! Well at least see far enough to know that my cast boot will be coming off very soon. The above image was my last game coaching basketball while wearing my cast boot! Three cheers for proper rehab! As I mentioned in my last update, I delayed removing the […]

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Week 11 – Proper Rehab for Achilles Tendon Rupture

Week 11 was a wonderful week of recovery with lots of rehab exercises. As I mentioned last week, Week 10 was when I found a great physiotherapist (Amanda Beers from Excel Physiotherapy) to start active rehab for my Achilles tendon rupture. I fully recommend Amanda if you are ever in need of a physiotherapist, she works […]

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Week 10 – Achilles Tendon Rupture Recovery

Week 10 in my Achilles rupture recovery was extremely important. Not only that some patients actually re-rupture the same Achilles during this period, but that this week brought some significant increase in ankle mobility. I am pretty happy with my Week 10 as prior to my physiotherapy sessions, I really wasn’t sure how much force I can safely exert on […]

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Weeks 8-9 of Achilles Tendon Rupture Recovery

As the recovery weeks go on, I find myself taking less Advil. In fact, there are were days where I only took 1 pill of a 400 mg of Advil gel. The last 2 weeks were also where I started running basketball practice without the use of a wheelchair; just used my crutches and a fold-up, fabric […]

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Week 7 – Achilles Tendon Rupture Recovery

Week 7 was a milestone in my recovery. Before I get to that, look at what my lovely wife made me for breakfast. It’s a high protein meal! This was the week that I went back to see the orthopedic surgeon to see how my tendon was healing. Happy to report that my healing is […]

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Achilles Tendon Rupture Non-Surgical Recovery and Proper Rehab – The First 6 Weeks

This is my journal documenting the recovery from a ruptured Achilles tendon. It serves as my own reminder of the physical recovery and an aid in my emotional ups and downs from this devastating injury. I also hope all of my first-hand experiences can help others who are going through the same injury. Here goes. There was a time when […]

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