What?
So this is a quick article to demo how to center an iframe horizontally and vertically in a screen/viewport in pure CSS (no JavaScript allowed). This CSS centers it by its center point rather than the top/bottom/left/right outline.

Why?
On a mobile, a client's site uses an external page embedded by iframe. When the app within the iframe has an alert message, it popups a div at the centre of its app. The alert message is always at the center of the iframe but if the iframe has a height of 2000 pixels, the iframe gets aligned to the top of the parent...

How?
We're going to use a touch of CSS and instead of determining heights and alignment with JS.

What?
A quick article on how to count within a map. I didn't have too much difficulty getting this to work and I'm not sure if there are better ways of counting so I'm documenting it to see if I can refine the code or find a some short codes that will do the same.

Why?
I'm aiming to automate a process which counts the number of products allocated to an account or in total for a purchase order. Let us assume we have the following in a form/report called "Stock_Upload":
RowID	Name	            SKU	        Account Email	
0001	Test Product 1	    TEST001	    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.	
0002	Test Product 1	    TEST001	    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.	
0003	Test Product 1	    TEST001	    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.	
0004	Test Product 1	    TEST001	    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.	
0005	Test Product 2	    TEST002	    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.	
0006	Test Product 1	    TEST001	    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.	
0007	Test Product 1	    TEST001	    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
The code is a for loop which iterates through each row, assigning an entry for a new product or account, and specifying the quantity for each.

How?
So depending on the number of levels, the count will be with a series if then else statements. See the results/yield section to determine which best fits your scenario:

What?
A quick reminder on when I want to apply overall Tax or remove Tax from a quotes product line items.

Why?
I would apply the standard update function and although the response would say it modified the record, the tax wouldn't apply both visually and programmatically.

How?
A little undocumented this "feature" but the gist is if you want to add tax, it has to be built up in the tax options, if you want this to be zero, you need to pass the option of tax as zero and remove all other options.

What?
This is a quick reminder for myself on opening a CSV in MS Excel but without converting long numbers into exponential notations (which are incorrectly rounded anyway).

My Data:
Account ID,Name,Phone,Record ID
1457102000000135533,Joel,00441234567890,1457102000000165989
1457102000000135566,Stanley,01709123456,1457102000000167543
1457102000000135608,David,00331234567890,1457102000000166795
My Excel:
Account ID	Name	Phone	Record ID
1.4571E+18	Joel	4.41235E+11	1.4571E+18
1.4571E+18	Stanley	1709123456	1.4571E+18
1.4571E+18	David	3.31235E+11	1.4571E+18

How?
Firstly, save the CSV file as text file (*.TXT).

Applies to:
  • Microsoft Windows 10
  • AutoHotkey 1.1.30
What?
Yay for Microsoft Windows 10 in joining the rest of the Operating Systems in implementing multiple desktops. So if you have a Mac or Linux system, you will know of a feature where you can have another virtual desktop on your device.

For those that don't know it, the feature is similar to mobile phones where you swipe left/right to reveal another screen of app icons. The same can be done to the desktop versions with open applications instead of just their icons.

Why?
MS Windows 10 has made a major step but when you close down your PC and log back in, all the applications are grouped into the one desktop. If you have a multiple monitor setup (ie. more than 1 monitor), then MS Windows will almost remember which apps were open on which screen but always on Desktop 1.

In addition, there are some developments on AutoHotkey forums where people are having difficulties opening an app on their second monitor. So I thought I'd jot down some notes here on how I've achieved this across multiple monitors... and now multiple desktops.

How?
The following example is assuming you have 3 monitors and 3 desktops. I'm going to cover the basic code to: 1) get all monitors, 2) open an app on a specified monitor, 3) switch to another desktop.

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