It’s painful to admit that Markdown really isn’t as evil as I thought it was.
I was working on a project, a side project for fun with a friend, and she expressed a slight worry. We weren’t using any versioning on our theme or mu-plugins code. Or anything else for that matter. There were three of us. We thought about using GitHub until I pointed out I had git on […]
There’s more than one way to skin a cat.
“Helen and her damn thongs” is a line that remains stuck in my head forever. In this case, it’s Jekyll and it’s damn forks.
Things that aren’t secrets shouldn’t be hidden, since it just wastes your time.
A weekend spent sorting out ColorBox and how to bring a gallery into the 2010s.
Stop trying to move your content. Separate code from Content and your life will be easier.
After a big release changes functionality and design, a lot of people will complain. ‘OMG! Things CHANGED!!!!’ Mostly they’re mad about how their clients are complaining, but … shouldn’t you have warned them in the first place?
Wishes, wistfullness and wherefor about what I need and want in my very own social network, and why it’s not there yet.
For WordPress, a Custom Post Type doesn’t mean what people seem to think it means. Even after a year, folks are still forgetting that the key phrase is ‘post type’ and not ‘custom.’
In August, Google changed how their Webmaster Tools treat your subdomains. Will this grow to impact search engines? Not in Panda, at least.
MediaWiki. Function over form. All powerful, all annoying.