I had a recent request to set up some default Advance Custom Fields Flexible Content Fields for new posts. We often use FCF blocks for a lot of our page creation to allow for greater customization and flexibility. While this might seem like limiting some of that flexibility it comes with the benefit of streamlining…
I’ve used a few different options for local development on my laptop over the years. I’m at a transition point in my career and I thought I would take a minute to post on my workflow. I hope it helps others and serves as a reference point for me in the future. For a while…
In my day job working at a local television station I spend time in Master Control monitoring our five stations that we broadcast. Two of these are sub-channels that play out old movies and tv shows from a network feed. The network sends a pulse when its time for our local break to air and…
WordPress has many best practices when setting up a new site, one of which is changing the links for the WordPress login pages. When I set up my own site I realized I took some shortcuts and never got around to this.
The blog post version of my WordCamp Sacramento 2016 talk on the WordPress Customizer, covering the basics as well as brand new features as of WordPress 4.6
My WordCamp Sacramento 2016 talk Rediscover Theme Settings With The Customizer is now available on WordPress.tv!
Over the weekend I gave my first talk on the WordPress Customizer. Here are some examples of basic and advanced WordPress Customizer types.
WordCamp Sacramento 2016 starts next Saturday, October 22nd, and my talk, “Rediscover Theme Settings with the Customizer” will be not only my first at a WordCamp, but also my first ever.
Using d3.js I go through my process of creating a data visualization for all of the earthquakes that have occurred in the last 24 hours using data from the USGS.
I recently worked through the examples in Interactive Data Visualization for the Web updating the code to work with d3.js version 4. Here are the changes you’ll need to make to work through this book.
The mini projects in my San Jose Sharks Playoffs Coding Adventures. Their logo in CSS, player cards and the power play chant!