The children’s book I wrote is now available!
Pick up your copy at Barnes & Noble or barnsandnoble.com today! It will be on Amazon.com later this summer.
Written for kids between the ages of 7-11, this book focuses on the planning process behind creating a successful website.
Order now, only $10!
I’m terrible at blogging (Instagram is just easier to post life events and memories too) so I figured I would write a “year in review” post instead. It’s lengthy, so let’s just get to it…
Continue reading “2016: A Year In Review”
I love a good flow chart. So a few years ago, (while I had a cold) I was looking through our medicine cabinet at all the different pills and syrups and was a bit confused by all the claims on the boxes.
Determined, I did some research on what the best (over the counter) medicine was for each symptom. So, while laying in bed getting over a cold, I came up with the following information and flow chart. Continue reading “The Cold Flowchart”
Below are the 2016-2017 Alabama hunting season dates. Dates are valid through August 31st, 2017. This information is from outdooralabama.com/season-and-bag-limits (the DNR has finally put all this on a single web page!)
Check out the 2016-2017 Hunting & Fishing Digest – which contains this year’s requirements, fees, and season dates. Also, be sure and catch up on new regulations for this year and remember, you’re now required to check your game via the Game Check system.
Continue reading “2016-2017 Alabama Hunting Seasons”
Today I was tasked with adding functionality to an existing custom post type. The problem was, the CPT was being registered in a plugin which I could not edit (client declined to give WDS write access to the /plugins folder). Continue reading “Filter and modify a Custom Post Type – after it’s been registered”
This client wanted to feature their archive titles in a large hero area. The PSD excluded the prefixes like, “Category:”, “Tag:”, “Author:”, etc… Continue reading “Filter and clean the Archive Title”
I struggled bus’d pretty hard on this one today. I needed to ignore the “featured” category in a loop, and to do so, WP_Query() requires the category ID. Luckily, I found get_term_by(); Continue reading “Get a WordPress Category ID”