Miscellanous clean up Part 3. Total 14 posts.
Everyone loves an occasional cookie (or two) offline but their virtual use in sites worldwide is often a topic of confusion. Cookies offer a simple and elegant solution to do things like maintain sessions for your visitors as they browse, store user preferences and gather data for your site. In this article, we’ll cover everything you need to know about cookies: what they are, where they’re used, and why we use them (and not eat them).
Nice additional knowledge about Cookies.
WordPress 4.7.1 is already released.
Tuts+ clean up Part 2. Total 21 posts.
I’ve long held the belief that programmers should blog (if they feel so inclined, of course). But why? Here’s a short list of reasons.
Absolutely agreed. Only one problem: Time!
This opinion piece was contributed by guest author Peter Suhm. Peter is a web developer from the Land of the Danes. He is the creator of WP Pusher and a huge travel addict, bringing his work along …
Would like to try this, especially since finding managing server is a daunting task. But the $15/month is a deal breaker. Having $5/month for Digital Ocean itself is already a burden.
Well, we’re almost done with 2016! Around the same time last year, I did my first year in review. (In reality, it was more of a 2012-2015 review!) I want to continue this trend by doing a review of this year. It’s a way for me to be transparent about what I’m doing. It’s not … Continue reading 2016 in review: #Carl2016 →
Considering to build such a review, but not sure if it’s shareable. Would love to devour all his library this year. Hope so!
WordPress 4.7 is shaping up to be the best WordPress yet! Users will receive new and refined features that make it easier to “Make your site, YOUR site”, and developers will be able to…
Wonder if ever will use all the new features.