Category: Development

  • Adding a Time Start to WordPress Media Embeds

    Ever have those times that you’d like to share a piece of media but have it start at a particular time? I did recently, and figured I’d share my solution. It turns out, WordPress does not support this feature out of the box (though you could argue, theoretically, that it should).

  • The Internet is About to Become WAY Faster

    Earlier this week, the big news in the tech space surrounded the completion of the HTTP/2 Spec. Gibberish, gibberish, gibberish. What does this mean for the internet? The short version is: it’s about to become way faster. Faster is extremely important if you want to make money from traffic to your site. Or, you know, if […]

  • Looking for a Top Notch WordPress/PHP Developer

    If you’re in Baltimore and are a developer, or if you are in Baltimore and know someone who is a developer… Heck, if you’re in DC and are a developer or know a developer, we need you. (You can be to work in under an hour on the MARC train).Some of you know what I […]

  • Sublime 2 Power Tools

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    This is a very advanced technical article. For years, as a developer, I used the fantastic Textmate software for writing code. I got used to it. It’s a power editor for Mac OS X and has bundle support (think of bundles as extensions or plugins) that enhance the functionality of the software) for just about […]

  • Working With HTML5 Forms

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    I’m going to start a series of tutorials over the next weeks and months about HTML5. A lot of web developers are not leveraging HTML5 for a variety of reasons. We have been so trained over the past decade to embrace XHTML 1.0 that we’ve avoided the new DOCTYPE as something new that needs to […]

  • HOLIDAY WORDPRESS DEAL: 30 Minute WordPress Consultation

    As the holidays kick into full gear, and people start looking at a short sprint to gift times with family, I am offering a 30 minute phone consultation related to WordPress for $100. This is a great thing for someone who needs to figure out how to do something that may be unfamiliar for them […]

  • Most Commonly Used Git Commands

    A lot of chatter about using Git and Subversion from the command line versus clients. Folks, take your time and learn the command lines. There’s a lot of stuff you can use the UI clients don’t always wrap into UI. Things like post-commit hooks, etc make the command line way more pure and powerful. Here’s […]

  • Most Commonly Used Subversion Commands

    A lot of chatter about using Git and Subversion from the command line versus clients. Folks, take your time and learn the command lines. There’s a lot of stuff you can use the UI clients don’t always wrap into UI. Things like post-commit hooks, etc make the command line way more pure and powerful. Here’s […]