Extending WordPress with Custom Post Type, Taxonomy and WP Bakery
Punycode? What-in-the-á? I recently learned about Punycode when I was trying to forward an English character domain name to a Spanish character domain name and it failed in GoDaddy. Problem I wanted to forward SanchezHandyman.com to SánchezHandyman.com " á " But... every time I tried to forward to SánchezHandyman.com it would say "Invalid Characters". After a call to tech support, I learned how Punycode works....
This is one of the best videos I've seen explaining what subnetting is and how it works. About the Author of the Video Nill is an incredibly intelligent and knowledgeable software developer who makes a lot of vulgar straight to the point videos. I highly recommend watching them with your headphones on. HA!
.NET Core: Dynamically Return Style Sheets with Web API If you have a need to dynamically return a stylesheet to the UI here's a quick tutorial on how to do it. Header Template C# Web API
Starting a website for the first time can be time-consuming and a tedious process for someone who is new to the process. It's important to make the right decisions when starting than get further down the process and realize you've made a mistake. This guide will point out what you need to do and why you need to do...
Setting up TeamSpeak 3 with Docker on DigitalOcean Setting up TeamSpeak 3 on DigitalOcean with Docker is incredibly easy. This provides a cheap ($5/month) dedicated server for gamers. There are some amazing benefits to using DigitalOcean such as the ability to quickly create a droplet and use of their floating IP addresses. The default TeamSpeak 3 license will allow...
10 Highly Recommended WordPress Plugins These are plugins that I've used over the years and think that they are great additions to your WordPress website. BackupBuddy This is a great plugin for backing up websites. You can set it up on a schedule to have your website backed up by database, themes, plugins, media or a complete backup. These backups can be...
Dad’s Work Memorabilia My dad was a software developer with a career working as a BI developer, .NET developer and eventually ended up being a Windows Systems Administrator before he passed. When we were going through his stuff we found all of his career-related memorabilia.
Repository Pattern (C#) There are some really good articles out there about the repository pattern but I haven't seen one that strongly demonstrates different data providers, sample code, or some of the tricks I've learned. I primarily build internal business applications so I've used this pattern at almost every .NET job I've ever had. It's very common and I've learned...
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