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Gutenberg And Neglectfulness

January 5, 2019 9:47 am | Published by | Comments Off on Gutenberg And Neglectfulness

If you are reading this post, the update from WordPress 4 to WordPress 5 with Gutenberg was successful! It has been a long time since I have posted a new article. I apologize to you, my faithful follower(s) for my neglectfulness. It has been far too long. I feel with the recent update to the […]

Putting Your Site Down For Maintenance – Temporarily

February 25, 2015 6:59 pm | Published by | Leave your thoughts

I was recently asked if a site should be put in “maintenance mode” when it is being worked on – and if it is easy to do. The short answer is “yes” – the longer answer requires code. How exciting! Whenever you are working on a site it is smart to put it in “maintenance mode.” […]

Mod_Rewrite Made Easy-er

January 31, 2015 8:20 pm | Published by | Leave your thoughts

I am bold enough to admit that I do not know everything. Today I learned about mod_rewrite and all it’s fun quirks. There were, in my opinion, two obstacles to overcome. The first was my self and my own expectations. The second was the expertly written articles and blogs I read in trying to learn […]

Debugging Varia-bug-les

January 31, 2015 7:41 pm | Published by | Leave your thoughts

Note from the author on February, 5 2015: I have updated my class to give a better description of the variable that is being processed and to add more functionality. I have added several ‘if’ statements to reveal the type of input with description. Also, I have included a ‘die’ statement that can be triggered […]