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The list of RTOs in Tamil Nadu and their regions.


TN-01

Chennai Central (Ayanavaram)

TN-02

Chennai West (Anna Nagar)

TN-03

Chennai North East (Tondiarpet)

TN-04

Chennai East (Basin Bridge)

TN-05

Chennai North (Vyasarpadi)

TN-06

Chennai South East (Mandaveli)

TN-07

Chennai South (Thiruvanmiyur)

TN-09

Chennai West (K.K. Nagar)

TN-10

Chennai South West (Valasarawakkam)

TN-11

Tambaram

TN-12

Poonamalee

TN-13

Ambattur

TN-14

Sholinganallur

TN-15

Ulundurpet/Kallakurichi

TN-16

Tindivanam

TN-18

Sengundram

TN-19

Chengalpattu

TN-20

Tiruvallur

TN-21

Kanchipuram

TN-22

Meenambakkam

TN-23

Vellore

TN-24

Krishnagiri

TN-25

Thiruvannamalai

TN-28

Namakkal

TN-29

Dharmapuri

TN-30

Salem (West)

TN-31

Cuddalore

TN-32

Villupuram

TN-33

Erode
East

TN-34

Thiruchengode

TN-36

Gobichettipalayam

TN-37

Coimbatore (South)

TN-38

Coimbatore (North)

TN-39

Tirupur (North)

TN-40

Mettupalayam

TN-41

Pollachi

TN-42

Tirupur (South)

TN-43

Uthagamandalam

TN-45

Tiruchirapalli

TN-46

Perambalur

TN-47

Karur

TN-48

Srirangam (Tiruchirapalli)

TN-49

Thanjavur

TN-50

Tiruvarur

TN-51

Nagapattinam

TN-52

Sankagiri

TN-54

Salem (East)

TN-55

Pudukottai

TN-56

Perundurai

TN-57

Dindigul

TN-58

Madurai (South)

TN-59

Madurai (North)

TN-60

Theni

TN-61

Ariyalur

TN-63

Sivagangai

TN-64

Madurai (Central)

TN-65

Ramanathapuram

TN-66

Coimbatore (Central)

TN-67

Virudhunagar

TN-68

Kumbakonam

TN-69

Tuticorin

TN-70

Hosur

TN-72

Tirunelveli

TN-73

Ranipet

TN-74

Nagercoil

TN-75

Marthandam

TN-76

Tenkasi

TN-77

Attur

TN-78

Dharapuram

TN-79

Sankarankovil

TN-81

Tiruchirapalli East / Thiruverumbur

TN-82

Mayiladuthurai / Sirkazhi

TN-83

Vaniyambadi / Tirupattur

TN-84

Srivilliputhur / Sivakasi

TN-85

Kundrathur / Manapakkam

TN-86

Erode West

TN-87

Sriperumbudur

TN-88

Namakkal South

TN-90

Salem South

TN-91

Chidambaram

TN-92

Tiruchendur

TN-93

Mettur

TN-94

Palani

TN-95

Sivakasi

TN-96

Kovilpatti

TN-99

Coimbatore West

You can resolve this issue by using <data:post.firstImageUrl/> tag instead of <data:post.thumbnailUrl/> in the reccent post list code.

Example:


<b:if cond='data:post.firstImageUrl'>
    <a class='wdxthumb' expr:href='data:post.url' expr:title='data:post.title'>
        <img class='post-thumbnail' expr:alt='data:post.title' expr:src='data:post.firstImageUrl'/>
    </a>
    <b:else/>
    <a class='wdxthumb' expr:href='data:post.url' expr:title='data:post.title'>
        <img alt='no image' class='post-thumbnail' src='https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-VnJqhx42r-c/UfFWlD-sF_I/AAAAAAAAAQI/rT3sYPba2dY/s271-Ic42/logo3.jpg'/>
    </a>
</b:if>


<data:post.firstImageUrl/> tag will return both Picasa hosted images as well as external images.

For the related post widget, you will have to make changes to the code to parse out the Image URL from the HTML response in case the image is not uploaded to Picasa storage.

Medium size is the default value of attachment page image size in WordPress. Medium size images perfectly matched for some themes only. Most of the themes need full size or large size images in attachment page because these values only fixed for the themes width. Let checkout how to the WordPress attachment page image size.

For change the image size you don’t need to edit the theme files. You need to edit a "post-template.php" file from "wp-includes" directory. Never forget this file will be rewritten after updating the WordPress sometimes. So you need edit this file again if the attachment page image size changed to default value after the WordPress update.

Step 1: Edit "post-template.php" file from "wp-includes" folder

Step 2: Find this code wp_get_attachment_link(0, 'medium'

Step 3: Change the default value medium to full or large

Step 4: Click save or update to save this changes. Attachment page image size will be changed immediately once you have done this update.

Here is the code for drawing curve from N points:


// move to the first point
ctx.moveTo(points[0].x, points[0].y);

for (i = 1; i < points.length - 2; i ++)
{
var xc = (points[i].x + points[i + 1].x) / 2;
var yc = (points[i].y + points[i + 1].y) / 2;
ctx.quadraticCurveTo(points[i].x, points[i].y, xc, yc);
}

// curve through the last two points
ctx.quadraticCurveTo(points[i].x, points[i].y, points[i+1].x,points[i+1].y);

The multiplication sign ( × ) was a bit too small for what I wanted and increasing the font size broke other things, so I found these larger alternatives:

Multiplication X (U+2715)

Decimal HTML entity: &#10005;
Hex HTML entity: &#x2715;

Heavy Multiplication X (U+2716)

Decimal HTML entity: &#10006;
Hex HTML entity: &#x2716;

Cross Mark (U+274C)

Decimal HTML entity: &#10060;
Hex HTML entity: &#x274c;

Solution 1:

document.getElementById('some_frame_id').contentWindow.location.reload();

be careful, in Firefox, window.frames[] cannot be indexed by id, but by name or index.

Solution 2:

document.getElementById('iframeid').src = document.getElementById('iframeid').src;

It will reload the iframe, even across domains! Tested with IE7/8, Firefox and Chrome.

Solution 3:
If using jQuery, this seems to work:

$('#your_iframe').attr('src', $('#your_iframe').attr('src'));

Question

I have a MySQL table with an auto increment primary key. I deleted some rows in the middle of the table. Now I have, for example, something like this in the ID column: 12, 13, 14, 19, 20. I deleted the 15, 16, 17 and 18 rows.

I want to reassign / reset / reorder the primary key so that I have continuity, i.e. make the 19 a 15, the 20 a 16, and so on.

How can I do it?

Solution

Even though this question seems to be quite old, will post an answer for someone who reaches in here searching.

SET @count = 0;
UPDATE `users` SET `users`.`id` = @count:= @count + 1;

If the column is used as a foreign key in other tables, make sure you use ON UPDATE CASCADE instead of the default ON UPDATE NO ACTION for the foreign key relationship in those tables.

Further, in order to reset the AUTO_INCREMENT count, you can immediately issue the following statement.

ALTER TABLE `users` AUTO_INCREMENT = 1;

For MySQLs it will reset the value to MAX(id) + 1

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