I originally started a private blog years ago to make note of useful development bits and pieces. Nowadays there’s a little of everything here, from development and digital news to gaming and guitar stuff.
I always forget how to import an SQL database via SSH, so left myself this note!
On a simple WordPress build, some of the pages suddenly had incredibly slow load times due to images in an Advanced Custom Fields repeater.
Every year is eventful in its own way. I’m looking back over the last 12 months to reflect a little on what went down in 2018.
Rather than “new year, new me”, I just want to set some goals for 2019, and doing it publicly keeps me accountable!
Updating to the new macOS Mojave I found that I could no longer ‘vagrant up’.
I’ve always been curious about streaming, and with the recent release of a game I’d backed on Kickstarter it seemed like the perfect chance.
I’m using Lent as an excuse to try and break some bad habits and form some good ones – and making it public keeps me accountable!
With the release of WooCommerce 3.0, options for lightboxes and other features have been removed – enable these with a snippet in your functions.php file.
A lesser spotted ‘weekly’ reading list appears! Some happy moments in a hectic week, with a little self-promotion scattered in for good measure.
Graphic designer Beeple has created a piece of art every day as a self-set challenge for the past 10 years. Show-off.
Mac OS Sierra claims PCGen is ‘damaged’, but bypassing Gatekeeper will allow the application to run properly again.