Changing colors on Twenty Seventeen isn’t very fun, but that’s pretty much the only thing I don’t like about the theme.
Making life more secure, one two factor at a time.
Keeping your readers and customers safe requires a little elbow grease with SSL Ciphers.
Making your site more secure from the server level.
Forwarding emails to texts? Yeah, you can do that.
Making your function names readable by humans is, perhaps, the most important thing.
Making all your online behavior more secure starts with good passwords and two factors.
A quick answer: Use unique names in everything except shared libraries.
Understing a faster way to sort through true/false scenarios in PHP.
If you were here on Friday, I talked about the headache of using SVGs on AMP pages. In that post I mentioned that one of the fixes was to ‘clean’ the SVG file. Why would be bother? The simple answer is that smaller files are better. But as we learned with AMP being picky, it’s […]