On August 7, 2019 a proposal was made on the WordPress Make Core website to Auto-Update Old Versions to 4.7, which is a long term plan that would start with automatically upgrading those on the minimum supported version of WordPress to the next version. This proposal has created a great deal of conversation and controversy.
This joke is best told out loud, A mime walks into a bar and says… (then pause) and keep pausing. Eventually, the listener either laughs or shakes their head and walks away.
I was working with an SVG and when it was sized down too small it became pixelated.
A great place to get started with web coding is CSS. CSS tells the web browser how to display the information on the page, for example the color, size, or font to use. WordPress makes it particularly easy to add your own CSS to your website.
Whenever I’m talking to someone interested in their first website and I tell them about paying a hosting company where the website will live, they’ll often ask, “Can I host my website on my own computer?” This is a great question and while ultimately the answer is no, it is worth looking at why.
This is the lead sheet for an original piece I wrote in college while working towards a minor in music.
Huge thanks to Tony Donato for taking my handwritten copy and creating this typeset version (and for playing saxophone on the recording).
A scientist has a lab that overlooks a park. In the park, he sees the worst mime he has ever seen. This mime flails around and is inconsistent about the objects he pretends to interact with. The scientist says to his team, “Find me the two most famous mimes in the world.”
The Esc key is not a convenient key to hit on the keyboard. While many will recommend you map another key to act as your Esc key, by default you can use Ctrl-[ instead.
When an Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) field group is defined both in the database and using the local JSON feature, the settings in the local JSON file always take precedence (except in the case of viewing the definition in the WP Admin screen).
When downloading video from my iPhone to my Mac using Image Capture, I sometimes (but not always) get the error, “The operation couldn’t be completed. (com.apple.ImageCaptureCore error -9956.) (-9956)”. This is how I work around this error.