Yeah - because hardware is better these days, we're going to need to charge you more. Much, much more...
cPanel has dropped a bombshell on its customers with a price hike for its services that has left some running for the door marked exit.
This must be why I saw Tim tweet this a few days ago:
Custom WordPress admin columns can be pretty helpful for quickly viewing, and managing, your content from the main edit screen. So why not take the action up a notch by making your columns sortable?
I know that David Shanske has some work like this on his roadmaps for some of the IndieWeb plugin back ends, so I’m tagging him in the offhand chance that he can swipe some code and borrow the examples.
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A few interesting things in here. I particularly like the idea that all of them are more recent/modern.
but be sure to delete your cache!
This is a pretty slick little tool for generating random avatars when necessary.
Just to try it out, I’m using it for Simon’s avatar on this page, so refreshing the page should automatically change it.
For a long time I have admired the WordPress project, for developing such a robust blogging platform that is ultimately open, and free, and anybody can contribute improvements to it. I encourage many of my customers to use WordPress with MarsEdit, because it seems like a "safe bet" going forward. M
I’ve heard this story too often before and it just pains me to no end…
This post is a reply to the tweet by Jake VanderPlas:
Github tip: you can use <details></details> tags in @github markdown to add collabsible/expandable content: pic.twitter.com/Pco0KRx2De
— Jake VanderPlas (@jakevdp) May 4, 2018
This is pretty cool. I could see myself overusing these too!
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Greg, I can’t find it now, but you mentioned something recently (?) about potentially working your way through this course. I’m game to work though it (or something similar) with you if you want to put together a study group…