venerdì 3 maggio 2019

Espressione regolare per il controllo del Codice Fiscale su Google Moduli

Qui di seguito riporto una breve espressione regolare per la verifica del C.F. inserito dall’utente mediante apposito form:

^[a-zA-Z]{6}[0-9]{2}[abcdehlmprstABCDEHLMPRST]{1}[0-9]{2}([a-zA-Z]{1}[0-9]{3})[a-zA-Z]{1}$

Tra le tonde vi è l'identificativo del comune (codice catastale). Le lettere elencate (abcd ecc.) indicano il mese di nascita mentre l'ultima lettera è quella di controllo.

domenica 24 marzo 2019

Prestashop 1.7.5 variables

You can access to this variables in your TPL files
{$currency.name} -> Name of the active currency. 
{$currency.iso_code} -> ISO language code enabled. 
{$currency.sign} -> Symbol of the active currency 
{$currency.iso_code_num} -> Active Currency ISO Code
{$shop.name} -> Store name in Prestashop 1.7 
{$shop.email} -> Store Email in Prestashop 1.7 
{$shop.logo} -> Image routing store logo in Prestashop 1.7 
{$shop.favicon} -> Route favicon image of the store in Prestashop 1.7 
{$shop.address.address1} -> Store address 1 in Prestashop 1.7 
{$shop.address.address2} -> Store address 2 in Prestashop 1.7 
{$shop.address.postcode} -> Store Zip Code in Prestashop 1.7 
{$shop.address.city} -> Store City in Prestashop 1.7 
{$shop.address.state} -> Province of the store in Prestashop 1.7 
{$shop..address.country} -> Shop Country in Prestashop 1.7 
{$shop.phone} -> Store phone in Prestashop 1.7 
{$shop.fax} -> Store Fax in Prestashop 1.7
{$language.name} -> Language name enabled 
{$language.iso_code} -> ISO language code enabled 
{$language.language_code} -> Language code enabled (for Spanish, fr for French, tc ..) 
{$language.is_rtl} -> (1 -> On / 0 Off (for when language is written from right to left) 
{$language.format_lite} and {$ language.format_full} -> Simulated date format and full date format 
{$language.id} -> Language ID enabled
{$customer.lastname} -> Customer Last Name in Prestashop 1.7
{$customer.firstname} -> Client Name Prestashop 1.7
{$customer.email} -> Prestashop Customer Email 1.7
{$customer.birthday} -> Prestashop client birthday 1.7
{$customer.newsletter} -> Subscribed to the newsletter in Prestashop 1.7 (1 subscribed / 0 unsubscribed)
{$customer.newsletter_date_add} -> Newsletter subscription date
{$customer.ip_registration_newsletter} -> IP Registration Customers newsletter
{$customer.optin} -> Subscribed to offers from our partners in Prestashop 1.7 
{$customer.date_add} -> Client creation date in Prestashop 1.7
{$customer.date_upd} -> Last updated client update in Prestashop 1.7
{$customer.id} -> Customer ID in Prestashop 1.7
{$customer.id_default_group} -> Default group to which the client is associated in Prestashop 1.7
{$customer.is_logged } -> Check if the client is "logged in" in Prestashop 1.7
{$customer.gender.name [$ customer.gender.id]} -> Client Gender (Mr / Ms)
{$customer.addresses [Address ID] .city} -> Client city of address 'X' that has partner. (Address ID, because a client can theoretically have multiple addresses)
{$customer.addresses [Address ID] .alias} -> Address alias
{$customer.addresses [Address ID] .firstname} -> Addressholder last name
{$customer.addresses [Address ID] .lastname} -> Name of address holder
{$customer.addresses [Address ID] .company} -> Company name of address holder
{$customer.addresses [Address ID] .address1} -> Address 1
{$customer.addresses [Address ID] .address2} -> Address 2
{$customer.addresses [Address ID] .postcode} -> Mailing address
{$customer.addresses [Address ID] .id_state} -> Address Province ID
{$customer.addresses [Address ID] .state} -> Province address
{$customer.addresses [Address ID] .state_iso} -> ISO address province code
{$customer.addresses [Address ID] .id_country} -> Country address ID
{$customer.addresses [Address ID] .country} -> Country of address
{$customer.addresses [Address ID] .country_iso} -> ISO country address code
{$customer.addresses [Address ID] .phone} -> Address phone
{$customer.addresses [Address ID] .phone_mobile} -> Mobile phone address
{$customer.addresses [ID Address] .dni} -> Address ID
{$customer.addresses [Address ID] .vat_number} -> Customer VAT number
{$customer.addresses [Address ID] .formatted} -> Client formatted address
{$urls.base_url} -> Store address 
{$urls.current_url} -> Current address (url) where we are 
{$urls.shop_domain_url} -> Store domain 
{$urls.img_ps_url} -> Image root directory url 
{$urls.img_cat_url} -> Url directory of images of the categories 
{$urls.img_lang_url} -> Url of the language images directory 
{$urls.img_prod_url} -> Url of the product images directory 
{$urls.img_manu_url} -> Url directory of manufacturers images 
{$urls.img_sup_url} -> Url of the providers directory 
{$urls.img_ship_url} -> Url directory of images of carriers 
{$urls.img_store_url} 
{$urls.img_url} -> Url of the image directory of the template 
{$urls.css_url} -> Template URL directory url 
{$urls.js_url} -> Template JS directory url 
{$urls.pic_url} -> Url file directory uploaded 
{$urls.pages.address} -> Url from the "My Address" section 
{$urls.pages.addresses} -> Url from the "My addresses" section 
{$urls.pages.authentication} -> Url section of the authentication page 
{$urls.pages.cart} -> Cart section url (order summary) 
{$urls.pages.category} -> Url section of categories 
{$urls.pages.cms} -> Url of the content section 
{$urls.pages.contact} - > Url section of the contact form 
{$urls.pages.discount} -> Url of the discount voucher section 
{$urls.pages.guest_tracking} -> Tracking url for unregistered clients 
{$urls.pages.history} -> Url from the order history section 
{$urls.pages.identity} -> Url of the section "Personal data" 
{$urls.pages.index} -> Page url 
{$urls.pages.my_account} -> Url section of my account 
{$urls.pages.order_confirmation} -> Url section of the order confirmation page. 
{$urls.pages.order_follow} - > Url in the "Order Tracking" 
{$urls.pages.order} 
{$urls.pages.order_return} 
{$urls.pages.order_slip} 
{$urls.pages.pagenotfound} -> Url of section "404 (Page not found)" 
{$urls.pages.password} -> Url of the section "Recover Password" 
{$urls.pages.pdf_invoice} -> 
{$urls.pages.pdf_order_return} 
{$urls.pages.pdf_order_slip} 
{$urls.pages.prices_drop} -> Url section we lowered prices / products discount / discounts 
{$urls.pages.product} -> Product tab url 
{$urls.pages.search} -> Url of the searcher section 
{$urls.pages.sitemap} -> Site Map section url 
{$urls.pages.stores} -> Url of the section "Shops / Our stores" 
{$urls.pages.supplier} -> Url from the providers section 
{$urls.pages.register} -> Url log page 
{$urls.pages.order_login} 
{$urls.theme_assets} -> Url of the "assets" directory of the template / themes / template / assets / 
{$urls.actions.logout} -> Url to close section in the store

venerdì 3 agosto 2018

Accesso rapido in windows 10 non mostra più i file recenti

Accesso rapido, in inglese Quick access, è un’utilissima funzione di Windows 10 che ci permette di accedere rapidamente alle cartelle e quindi ai file che usiamo più spesso.
Il sistema infatti ci ripropone automaticamente quelle con cui abbiamo interagito di recente, ma è inoltre possibile aggiungere manualmente alcune cartelle che vogliamo rimangano fisse in tale elenco (andando a sostituire i Preferiti che erano disponibili in Windows 8.1 e precedenti).

giovedì 17 maggio 2018

How to Reset Start Menu Layout to Default in Windows 10

Sometimes you may no longer be able to "Pin to Start" or "Unpin from Start", and/or the Start menu may become corrupted and will no longer display or work properly.
When this happens, resetting the Start layout back to default can usually fix this.

This tutorial will show you how to reset the Start screen layout back to default for your account in Windows 10.

martedì 9 gennaio 2018

Cos'è e come funziona Chromecast


Come funziona Chromecast

Chromecast è un dispositivo prodotto da Google che permette di inviare flussi audio/video al televisore senza l’ausilio dei cavi, tramite una tecnologia wireless denominata Google Cast. Per essere più precisi si tratta di un dongle HDMI, cioè di una chiavetta che una volta collegata al televisore e connessa a una rete Wi-Fi consente di trasmettere video e contenuti “live”, come ad esempio pagine Web o lo schermo di uno smartphone, a qualsiasi TV (anche non Smart) senza affrontare configurazioni complicate. La sua forma attuale è quella di una “sfera schiacciata” dalla quale esce un piccolo cavo HDMI, ma nel modello di prima generazione il Chromecast era una vera e propria chiavetta, simile a quelle USB che usiamo sui nostri computer.