Once in a while you write some code that you’re pretty sure will never be useful to anyone else on the planet, but the idea is cool, so you want to share it. Hence this post. The Power Of Relations I was making coffee one Sunday morning, thinking about how I could keep turning a […]
A simple way to hide your vendor folders from everyone on Git and Github.
Thinking about the reasons we need unique and distinct names in our code.
Protecting your site by disabling right click is the wrong answer.
Never, ever, trust anyone to be right all the time. Especially you.
The solution to children of children themes is a plugin.
A review on the app Local by Flywheel. tl;dr? I like it.
Adding a jquery datepicker to my widgets.
Naming things is hard. It’s harder when you’re not sure who’s going to be using your things. Thankfully I have a friend who inspires me to think deeply.
Cleaning data and validate it before saving is just common sense.
Extending the existing API to do another thing.
Why uninstalling a plugin tells you it’s removing data, even when it’s not.