WordPress – Font Rendering Problem with Google Chrome

I’m using both WordPress and Google Chrome for many years, and I never encounter any issue. Both work very well until recently when Google Chrome automatically updates itself when restarting my computer. This issue maybe surfaced much earlier, but I rarely shut down my Laptop & Chrome, so I only find out there is font rendering issue with the latest chrome and WordPress. Currently, my Google Chrome is version 37.0.2062.103 m & it having this problem.

The problem will only affect WordPress back-end. The versions I’m using are 3.92 & 4.0. I never try earlier version of WordPress. It also seems to be limited to Windows 8 Operating systems (Windows 8.1 included). Try Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008, this issue does not arise.

If you are having this problem, there is a way to fix it. It is not that your computer affected by virus or malware or our WordPress hacked.

To fix it do the following.

1. Open a new tab & go to chrome://flags/
2. Find “Disable DirectWrite Windows” & click enable
3. Restart Google Chrome

Working With MySQL Database and Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel is a very good software for working with a large amount of data. It has many powerful features for data manipulating.

It is very beneficial to work with MySQL database within Microsoft Excel. Fortunately, Oracle the creator of MySQL has Microsoft Excel plugin.

MySQL for Excel enables you to work with a MySQL database from within Microsoft Excel. MySQL data can be imported into Excel, Excel data can be exported into MySQL as a new table or appended to a current table, and MySQL for Excel enables you to edit the MySQL data directly from within Excel.

To use this plugins make sure you white-list your IP in remote MySQL option.

To download this FREE plugin browse to


Manual for MySQL for Excel can be found in this page


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