It doesn’t matter if you do front-end development, PHP, .NET or anything else, this is pretty much how it goes.
Category: Web Design & Development
Attention to detail is why we are getting rid of so many “red” Sharpies.
When I was in college we had Iomega Zip and Jazz disks! I still have some around here with files on them. I keep thinking that someday I’ll get those files off them. However, that someday will never come. image via nataliedee.com
Want to know if your site goes down? I do. That way I can get it back online ASAP. I’ve been researching site monitoring services lately and most will check a site every 15-30 minutes unless you pay. 30 minutes before an alert is way to long. If you run WordPress, you can get your […]
If you’ve been reading my blog, or following me on Twitter, than you know I’m now managing my own server and I’m having some issues. It’s not this site, it’s a different one. I’ve tried a lot of things to make the site better and it seems better, but will sill randomly run out of […]
Nerds love to make fun of Internet Explorer so his one is for you IE. Thanks to vectorfresh for some of the artwork.
I often get asked if purchasing a WordPress theme is a good idea. Will it get the project done faster? Will it be cheaper? The answer is yes and no. In some circumstances, purchasing a theme works great. In others, it makes things worse. Read my full post over at The Nerdery blog. When does […]
Update: It’s not heartbeat and cron, it’s your server. My journey down running my own server has hit a snag. It seems my machine likes to spike to 100% CPU and get stuck there until I force restart it. So I’ve been digging. One of the ideas I came across was disabling WordPress’ heartbeat. It […]
Here is the code I use to add GIT to an existing project. git init git remote add origin GITURL touch .gitignore (optional see below) git add -A git commit -m ‘first commit’ git push If you try to clone a GIT repository to a folder with existing files, GIT will be unhappy as the […]
Ever try to let a domain expire? It’s hard. Every instinct in me says to keep it; well except for the part that has to pay for it. Over the years I’ve created many sites and registered many domains. After a while I stopped updating sites as I had too many, then I combined a […]