So Alex as well as others I follow have been talking about Digital Ocean for quite some time. I’ve always been intrigued by these “server in a button” systems and was pretty excited to see how quick and easy it was to get a server set up at Digital Ocean, install a Ghost droplet and […]
I’m having some strong considerations regarding converting one of my two sites to a static file website running on Ghost hosted at Digital Ocean. I’ve always been intrigued about performance and removing the fat that comes with WordPress. Don’t get me wrong. I love WordPress for all that it is, but I’m thinking that for […]
So, I’m using the new desktop app to post to my blog… I think I might like this. Might get me writing a bit more frequently.
I was just about to write a quick little blog post about how I think the Brave browser is nice and fast, but then I tired to get into Google Sheets to look something up and it didn’t work in Brave. Neither did logging into my WordPress (self-hosted) site. I had to switch to Safari […]
Yes, I want to know. Thanks for the help. Just testing a microblogging plugin.
I’m a huge fan of using child themes, as I’m also a huge fan of trusting the update process that goes along with most software. What does that mean? It means that I am typically a person who likes to updates apps on my phone, tablets, PC, and even websites I build and run. This […]
Great news. WordPress updated to version 3.3. Lots of changes, mostly helpful for folks who run multiple sites. I’m pleased. Here are the highlights of WordPress 3.3: Highlights Easier Uploading File Type Detection – A single upload button Drag-and-Drop Media Uploader Dashboard Design New Toolbar in the dashboard, combining the Admin Bar and admin header […]
I wanted to show Jeremy Windows Live Writer, since he asked me the other day if there were any apps out there that let you post to blogs. I told him I just use my blog, but I figured Iâ€™d fire this thing back up and show him.
I upgraded my WordPress to 2.8.4 (security, mainly) and found MM Forms, which is just like Contact Form 7, but lets you save the form submissions to the database as well as export out the data. This could be very useful for some people.
I thought I’d give a Twitter plugin a try as well as ShareThis, and seeing if this posts to Facebook.