WordPress 4.8 has just been released, and many web designers have reported that their layout have been mucked up with this release. *** UPDATE *** Since writing this blog post I have written a plugin – https://wordpress.org/plugins/add-paragraphs-option-to-text-widget/ – that solves this problem in a very neat way. *** There could be multiple reasons for this, but [Read the full article…]
When building a Hugo site you may well get the message “I’m receiving the message “We were unable to load Disqus.” ” It took me a while to trouble shoot on mine. Basically Hugo them developers have a habit of setting the baseurl in the config.toml as “/” Your site will seem to work – [Read the full article…]
Jobber may look expensive initially compared to the alternatives but when you start to understand the limitation of the alternative you will appreciate why Jobber is a great tool. Naturally, you will be searching for a Jobber Discount Code, or a Promo Code for Jobber. Get $75 credit for Jobber now when you sign up [Read the full article…]
Google Compute Engine comes with an incremental snapshot capability. The product doesn’t have a specific automated method to take snapshots and to tidy them up either, but scripting using the gcloud command line is fairly straight forward, once you understand the power of the command line. I have seen many attempts at automating this using [Read the full article…]
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Occasionally a WordPress plugin is not templated, so difficult to customise the output, so in these circumstances one solution is to use jQuery to modify the output. Now this is not pure and a bit hacky, as ideally you would change the code that is producing the output. However the situation is just sometimes that isn’t [Read the full article…]
If you are running a VPS, for a production server, it is very useful to have a process that monitors, and restarts if failed, and notifies you of key processes, like apache, mysql, postfix & ssh. Monit is a free open source tool that does the job. Took me a little while to get my [Read the full article…]
By default Google Compute Engine (Debian) doesn’t come with any swap space. If you have periodic programs that eat a bit more memory (like my backups do) then instead on just adding more physical memory you can add a swap file. Swaps files are much slower than physical memory, so should be avoided except when [Read the full article…]
Using Google Cloud Storage as backup for your linux server is inexpensive if you use the nearline storage option. This is cheaper that Amazon Web Services (at the time of writing) The process I use is as follows. Backup locally Create storage bucket / folders, set lifecycle Script to move backups find way to execute [Read the full article…]