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.
List of useful GIT commands, used largely for our own reference. But hopefully it’ll help out some wandering Googler.
If are running a WordPress multiste and you run into this error: Multisite only works without the port number in the URL. You can make the following small change to wp-includes/ms-settings.php to include your custom port. Let’s use port 8080 … Continued