We modify the WordPress Gutenberg editor so that we can use free-form text blocks as before and combine them with the power of blocks. In this way, we get the new power of Gutenberg blocks without losing our previous ability to smoothly write text without the cumbersome blocks interface.
I describe how I migrated my WordPress sites onto an Amazon EC2 instance. I discuss the problems that arose during migration and how I fixed them.
This article describes how I set up a separate SFTP account on my Amazon EC2 server. We also describe how to use those SSH keys with WordPress.
After a long-hiatus, I once again caught the web-bug and decided to get back to experimenting with my websites. My first project was to migrate my sites from Media Temple over to Amazon AWS. The key reasons for this – Much much better price point. I would be paying about a third or less of […]
WordPress 3.4 added a great theme preview interface that allows us to easily customize theme options (colors, images, menus, and more), as well as quickly view those updates on a theme preview frame. WordPress 3.5 added a new media manager interface that is fast, easy to use, and awesome to look at. In this article, […]
How to properly flush permalink rules on a WordPress multi-site setup.
How to expand our taxonomy screens by adding new columns.
How to include taxonomy tags into our custom post type permalinks.
How to fully customize and create our own permalinks for custom post type objects.