I recently migrated all of my sites to a new and whilst migrating the WordPress sites I decided to move the WordPress core files into their own directory. This is great for an uncluttered site root directory but during one of my migrations I came across an issue with cookies. intagrate.io is the marketing site […]
I always enjoy reading posts about the tools and software people use for web development and design. Of course workflow and toolsets are always evolving but I feel in the past 12 months I have refined mine to a stage where I am happy to share them. And yes, there are some affiliate links below. […]
For as long as I have been developing with WordPress and PHP I have used a code editor that has had good FTP support for uploading files to my servers. Up until 2009 BM (Before Mac) I used NotePad++ which is a great, lightweight text editor with FTP functionality. When I purchased my MacBook Pro […]
As 2013 draws to a close it is a good chance to reflect on the year I’ve had, and as I did a post last year then why not make it a tradition.
If you are building WordPress sites for clients and want to make sure that, whenever they add images into post or page content, the images are not wrapped in links and are of a certain size, then this is for you. WordPress has a hidden options page which allows you to directly edit the options […]
This plugin allows you to create unlimited Google Maps that you can place in your posts, pages or theme template files using a shortcode. You can then customise a map by adding unlimited locations to the map. Map Features Complete control of the map position by using an address, adding a marker or entering a […]
We have just released a new plugin which allows you to turn a WordPress site into a demonstration site for a plugin you have created. Check it out!
Although it seems to be a bit of a trend to write an end of year review, 2012, over other years, is definitely worth reflecting on.
The majority of my coding is done on a Mac using Coda 2. But every now and again I find myself on a Windows machine hacking away using Notepad++. I get so used to jumping to line numbers in Notepad++ using Ctrl+G, that it was becoming extremely frustrating hitting Cmd+G in Coda 2 to find […]