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Recently I spent some time clearing up more free space on my server. Here are some notes on things to check when doing so.
Super useful trick for customizing error logs when working with PHP.
Quick SQL code snippet that enables you to truncate any MySQL database table.
How I respond to “translation spam”, which happens when greasy organizations ask permission to translate your script, extension, plugin, etc.
By default, WordPress generates extra images for each image that is uploaded via the Media Library. These extra images are created in different sizes and are used for different things, like featured images and so forth. In addition to the default generated images, other image sizes may be added via themes and plugins. For example, […]
Internet Explorer has a nasty habit of displaying honking blue borders on linked images. This post shows a quick way to disable them using a slice of jQuery.
Thank you to Benjamin S. for sharing this CSS snippet for my free WordPress plugin, Simple Ajax Chat. Simple Ajax Chat (SAC) provides a setting that makes it easy to add your own custom CSS/styles. So today we’re going to take advantage of that option to customize the appearance of the SAC chat box so […]
This is especially useful for those bulk photography missions, where you’ve got folders of hundreds of generic useless file names that were created by a camera or mobile device. This quick tutorial explains how to easily batch rename all the files contained in any folder. All that is required is Mac’s built-in Finder app.
Here is a nice copy/paste .htaccess snippet to help block file-injection attacks. It can be added as-is to your .htaccess file to help protect against file injection and other types of malicious activity. This code is a not a replacement for proper data sanitization, but it does help to add another layer of security to […]
I’m excited to launch my latest book, Wizard’s SQL Recipes for WordPress. Years in the making, Wizard’s SQL Recipes brings together over 300 recipes for managing and optimizing the WordPress database. If you’re a WordPress administrator or developer who wants to level up their database skills, this book’s for you. Check out the PDF Demo […]
Everyone is familiar with the WordPress Plugins screen. Where you can view all installed/active plugins, etc. On that screen, there is a link next to each plugin that says “View Details”. When you click it, a popup dialog overlays the page content. Inside of that dialog is a tabbed interface where you can learn about […]
Another mystery solved! For several years now, I’ve used Coda for coding, SFTP, and related tasks. Downloading files from the server is a common task, but for some reason you always have to click “Reverse Publish Selected Files” several times before the download will start. It’s not a big deal, but I’ve always thought it […]