I think it’s a nice feature when browsing, but when developing websites, it’s kind of nice to know when an image isn’t loading properly. Internet Explorer has that big ugly image placeholder box and frankly I miss it sometimes. The … Continued
I needed a bash script to quickly update the ownership of a bunch of files, based on what directoy I’m currently in. The username is pulled from the present working directory (pwd): /home/SOMEUSER/the/rest/of/the/path
You’re writing a module that also has some necessary CSS or JS or images (or whatever) external media assets. How do you include them? Here’s a strategy that lets you package a module with default CSS/JS/images, but still lets you … Continued
If you need to get redirects, or other htacccess directives, working in subdirectories under the WordPress installation, this may help.
When looking for a quick way to show the current dimensions of the browser window for some responsive development, I cobbled together this little Greasemonkey script.
If you created a query monster and doesn’t seem to end and is eating up all of your resources, you can stop it.
You will need superuser permissions for this one! Grab a SSH server from Google Play. I use SSHDroid on my tablet and phone. If you need to make changes to the system files (like, for instance, if you need to … Continued
If you’re using rsync through SSH and you need to use a different (non-standard) port, then use the -e. The -e switch lets you use any remote shell you like (including ssh) and use whatever parameters you like. For example, … Continued
Quick tip for those who develop in a local, or development, LAMP/XAMPP test environment. Working on WordPress can be a stinger, because of its tendency to use absolute URLs. Having tried a bunch of super quick fixes (mostly rewrites and … Continued
Hate not knowing which project you’re working on in Netbeans? Plugins to the rescue! Search in Netbeans or download show-path-in-title.