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.’