List all files and folders in a certain directory with Terminal

ALL files and ALL folders For a text file of ALL files and Folders in your Home Directory, In Terminal, enter: find ~ -print | sed -e ‘s;[^/]*/;|—>;g;s;—>|; |;g’ > ~/Desktop/Tree.txt To direct to a specific Folder, replace ~ with the Directory (i.e. find ~/Documents): find ~/Documents -print | sed -e ‘s;[^/]*/;|—>;g;s;—>|; |;g’ > ~/Desktop/Tree.txt …

CSS Day 2015: presentations

CSS Day 2015 Stephen Hay: "I want to write some css" | photo-credit: Paul Robert Lloyd

Speakers @ edition 2015 Paul Robert Lloyd @paulrobertlloyd: “Responsive Principles” @ speakerdeck, pdf. Zoe Mickley Gillenwater @zomigi: “Enhancing Responsiveness With Flexbox” @ slideshare. John Daggett “Typography on the Web” Clarissa Peterson @clarissa: “Responsive Color” @ slideshare. Rachel Andrew @rachelandrew: “CSS Grid Layout” @ slideshare. Roy Tomeij @roy: “The Future of CSS Isn’t CSS” @ speakerdeck. …

Mac Finder: How to batch unlock numerous files within subfolders/folders/directory

Time for some serious finder mojo: 1. Using Finder, the top level folder of those files that you want to unlock. Switch to List View mode (cmd-2). 2. You should now see a finder pane containing only those files and folders that you want to unlock. 3. Cmd-a to Select All. 4. Open all the …