The goal of this new editor is to make adding rich content to WordPress simple and enjoyable. This whole post is composed of pieces of content—somewhat similar to LEGO bricks—that you can move around and interact with. Move your cursor around and you’ll notice the different blocks light up with outlines and arrows. Press the […]
I loved this album by Corky. Beautiful voice. Great lyrics. And you can actually understand the words. In the Moment by Corky Coreson
The iRoomba goes off it's merry way precisely at 11AM. I hear it in my office. I feel a little guilty. You see, I need to go clean its little brushes and dump its previous days garbage collection. (I could just ignore it. It'll continue on its merry way until it coughs up a cat […]
I've tried various ways to reproduce a remote staging site and Duplicator is the best so far! It takes care of your posts, pages and customization stuff like your tag line and heading with images inside your theme. It also brings over your media.
user --> PHP ---> Server --> MySQL database user <-- html <-- WordPress 4.2.2 is 21.6 MB for 1311 items (files and folders) 3 main folders in root directory -- most of which are php files and some css 1. wp_admin -- files for the dashboard -- writing posts, moderating comments, installing plugins and themes are done […]
Philosophical Grammar by Ludwig Wittgenstein talks about words — with words. And there lies the conundrum: talking about words with words, picking yourself up by your bootstraps. Something that has stood out to me in WordPress is its use of language. What Wittgenstein talks about in his book is the use of language and the […]
five stars ***** Congratulations to Michio Kaku for giving us a beautiful description of our newly forming ideas about what the mind is and will be, and, more than that, a view of a world a bit larger than our previous vision. This book, written by a physics guy, gives a good perspective on material […]
To understand WordPress we'll need to understand its terminology and, perhaps, its history. It started out as a blogging framework. The Codex History page states: "WordPress was born out of a desire for an elegant, well-architectured personal publishing system built on PHP and MySQL and licensed under the GPL. It is the official successor of b2/cafelog. […]