I maintain several plugins, tools, and resources for WordPress developers. Here’s the full list.
Ever wondered about situations where WordPress sends an email? I documented them all & how to filter or disable them. The document lists every situation where WordPress sends an email, along with how to filter or disable each email.
Last updated February 2019.
Here’s a list of the various talks (mostly WordPress) that I’ve given in the past, along with the video recordings and slides when they’re available.
Zen Mode: Developing While You’re Offline
Those of us who work in the web industry find that we’re online a huge amount of the time. Going offline can make us feel disconnected. But what about going offline while we’re working? Right at the time when we think we’re most likely to need an internet connection: to get our job done.
Working offline can be highly productive, and is often calming and focused. Whether we choose to go offline, or whether our surroundings make it necessary — such as while we’re traveling — having the right tools, environment, and frame of mind allows you to make working offline a joy.
In this talk, I cover the tools and approaches that I use to develop while I’m in zen mode and not connected to the internet.
Here’s a list of the developer-oriented plugins for WordPress that I use on a regular basis. (Alternative title: 10 WordPress Plugins You Can’t Live Without. You’ll Never Believe What Number 4 Does!)
Update: Forget about SublimeCodeIntel and use the new CodeComplice package instead.
There is now a Sublime Text 3 compatible version of SublimeCodeIntel, thanks to the hard work of Germán M. Bravo (aka Kronuz). I had a job getting it to correctly index my project files though. I’m posting here what I did, in the hopes it’ll help someone else out.
It’s possible to get an iPhone, iPad, or Android device to access a local web server running on your development machine. All you need is an HTTP proxy such as Charles Proxy running on your development machine. Once that’s running: Make sure your device is connected to the same network as your development machine. Go into the Settings -> Wi-Fi menu and find the HTTP proxy settings. On Android, this means a long-press on your Wi-Fi network (Modify Settings, then Show advanced settings). On iOS this means pressing the (i) icon next to your Wi-Fi network. Switch your proxy over to … Read more
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