So I’m still used to pressing WinKey+R (AKA Meta+R) to bring up a command prompt. I added the Search and Launch widget to my default panel in KDE Plasma, then right-clicked on it and selected “Search Settings…”. From there I could bind an appropriate keyboard shortcut.
See here for example:
<meta name="theme-color" content="#123456">
So I configured Terminal.app to use Option (Alt) as Meta key: Terminal => Preferences => Profiles => Keyboard => Use Option as Meta key
nmap <M-j> mz:m+<cr>`z nmap <M-k> mz:m-2<cr>`z
So I found this article: Fix meta-keys that break out of Insert mode and ended up with the following snippet for my .vimrc which fixed my Meta-key problem:
let c='a' while c <= 'z' exec "set <M-".tolower(c).">=\e".c exec "imap \e".c." <M-".tolower(c).">" let c = nr2char(1+char2nr(c)) endw
Everything is easy when you know how!
Today I read What is the Meta Refresh Tag? about the HTML Meta Refresh facility, basically:
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0;url=https://www.jj5.net/">
Today I added the Robots <META> tag with noindex, nofollow to my HTML error documents.
Used good old meta refresh for a project today. :)