If you want to unblur and reveal content in Hubspot’s app.hubspot.com/documents without entering your e-mail address, open up your browser’s Developer’s Tools (Press F12), and run the following code in the console. document.querySelectorAll(‘.private-layer’).forEach(x => x.style.display = ‘none’) document.querySelectorAll(‘body.uiFullScreenBackground>.app, body.uiFullScreenBackground>.page’).forEach(x=> x.style.filter = ‘none’) Voilà, you can see “protected” content.
I used to teach English at Berlitz. They never wanted you to directly tell the students any information, but instead wanted you to gradually draw the answers out from the student. In most circles, it’s called the Socratic Method, but Berlitz claims that their identical version is different and therefore coined the term The Berlitz […]
I previously wrote a pessimistic post titled “The Myths of SEO“, where I laid out a number of complaints of “SEO Experts”. This was based on past experiences of needing to implement knee-jerk demands related to SEO in reaction to what decision-makers had read in single blog posts. Coupled with a recent comment made to […]
The key to writing maintainable code that doesn’t make future developers want to scream at you is to follow a simple rule: “Code should tell a story” What defines that? The code should be immediately understandable. Anyone in the future who jumps into the project should be able to look at your code and […]