Catching un-moderated comments that are left hanging. Nuking (or freeze-drying) obsolete blogs. Adding large groups of users.
It got to the point where I needed to make WP-CLI go, or be doomed to outdated plugins and themes forever.
It’s happening more and more. Look at the photo above: don’t be the fish.
Unhappy with Trump? Join the club. But look at the havoc your unpatched site could have helped cause.
NB: I hope WordFence doesn’t mind me cribbing their nice graphic.
A link to a longish post from my day job.
One of the most common things that people want on their web site or blog is a contact form. We’ve got a few tools here that make it easy to build and deploy one.
It might be tempting to try and buil…
I was inspired by “Dear Data” to try something. I few years ago I kept a trumpet practice log. At the time things were just miserable, and the logging seemed to only exacerbate things…
Now in its fourth iteration since I took over in the early part of this century. If you said, “hey that looks like Divi,” you win the big prize. Even with all its advanced features, this theme still needs some tweaking to keep it from looking horrible in spots. The main difficulty was in getting […]
It’s the Next Big Thing. Here’s a slideshow from a presentation I did on blogging.
This is seemed pretty easy. The desktop app for WordPress, “Calypso,” turns out to be a snap to install. Doing anything more complicated gets to be, well, complicated. It’s got a long way to go before I’d turn a client loose on it.
If I could send a message to myself in the past….