UPDATE: As of Chrome 33, some of the items in this tutorial are out of date.
By now, your installation of Google Chrome should have updated to version 28. With it, came the ability to edit and save code. Imagine, not having to bounce between an IDE (Sublime Text, Coda, Dreamweaver) and Chrome while developing locally. No need to imagine, it’s reality. Continue reading “Awesomesauce: Turn Chrome Developer Tools into an IDE”
After I dumped my database and blew up my site, I wanted to resurrect my most popular content.
I needed to setup 301 redirects so both users and Google could find my (old) content in it’s (new) location. Here is a snippet of my .htaccess file.
Here is my collection of code snippets I use build child themes in Genesis. Continue reading “Genesis Code Snippets”
Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS was released and that meant it was time to upgrade my Ubuntu EC2 instances from 11.10 to 12.04.1 LTS. Continue reading “[Safely] Update an Ubuntu EC2 instance on Amazon AWS”
I’ve recently started working with WooCommerce for a client. IMHO, it’s absolutely the most brilliant and easy-to-use shopping cart for WordPress – but it’s heavy! I’ll show you how to remove the cruft! Continue reading “Remove WooCommerce Styles and Scripts”