Firefox zooms in on websites - zoom set @ 100% »

How to disable Firefox zoom in on webpages

Firefox is zoomed in even though zoom is @ 100%

Windows 8 Firefox zoom is broken

There are a million different search terms I used to try to find a fix for this... needless to say I didn't find one.

So I dug through the firefox config and found it.

  1. type in about:config in your address bar in firefox and hit enter (you'll get a window that warns you about changing the config... hit the button ".. I'll be careful" to continue)
  2. in the search bar type in "pix" and hit enter
  3. about 4 or 5 listings down you'll see an entry called "layout.css.devPixelsPerPx" double click the row and replace the value (probably -1) with a positive 1

That's it

Gosh I hope I got enough search phrases for this... took me forever to figure out. I hate what windows 8 (and firefox now??? ) are doing with the dpi scaling... solving a problem that never existed. 


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I was checking in on my google analytics and my 10k uniques ever month is turning into 9k -

Sorry everyone, I've been busy, but I have a new tutorial series starting and I'm probably going to start back up on the PHP tutorials also.

Promise I'll be posting by end of day, if not tomorrow at the latest.

Stick around, I'll be talking about how to integrate Stripe with PHP (only) without their JS interface next

thanks for sticking around!


Updated Date Tool - Unix Timestamp Creator/Convertor »

Updated Date Tool - Unix Timestamp Creator/Convertor

Simple change to the current date-time tool here at PHP haven for testers or other Database guys whom need to manually enter Unix Timestamp values for dates to test functionality!

Sometimes you write code that is based on dates in the past (or future), and need to manually have these Unix Timestamps.

With the tool: You can select a date, submit, and get the unix timestamp.


Updated Tool here:

Office365 Uh Oh - How to remove license from subscription »

Microsoft Office365 Uh Oh #1 - How to remove license from office365 subscription

I have been doing a lot of office 365 integrations lately for small to large business (through Rely Interactive - )and I decided to start a series on here call "Office365 Uh Ohs"


Because for how integrated Office365 tries to be, it can cause a lot of silly, non-integrated issues.

To start off, How do you remove a license from an office365 subscription?

For example, lets say you wanted to add 1 license only, but in your hurry you inadvertently added 10.

Hitting next on the licenses screen doesn't show you the total to correct, or the new monthly amount, instead it tells confirms some legal mumbo jumbo...

So it's easy to mess this up (is the point)

No worry, go back into licenses, look around for...

... for what?

DOH! there's no way to remove the 9 licenses  you didn't mean to add... Another not so integrated part of their integrated solution.

The solutions?
The only way to remove those licenses from the subscription is to open a service request to "subscription and billing" to remove them.

NOTE: this isn't adding or removing licenses from users, this is removing licenses from the subscription.

If you know any other tricks, please post them in comments, I'll try and update this post as soon as microsoft provides a fix.

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Yes please!!!

That would make this site, 3600 times quicker!


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