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If you run WordPress on a Windows server, whether in a production setting, or developing with a product such as WAMP or MAMP for Windows, you may run into a really annoying issue where you don’t have permission to view or move an uploaded file.
Do you use Browsersync as part of your workflow? Have you noticed that when you start Browsersync and a new browser window opens, the URL is localhost rather than the actual URL of your site? Annoying isn’t it?
Webmin, and its big brother, Virtualmin, are control panels for managing Linux servers. They take care of all aspects of virtual hosting. And they are superb. Oh, and free.
Annoyingly, I sometimes get locked out of the Webmin interface.
Just took an urgent call from a client who was concerned their Android phone had been hacked.
If you are a WooCommerce user, you may have come across an issue where on both archive (shop) pages and single product pages, the ‘add to cart’ button says, ‘read more’. Or, more importantly, you may not want to have the button say, ‘add to cart’ at all.
My latest client has designed a form input field with a black background (the site has a deliciously dark color scheme). For contrast purposes he included a pure white placeholder, and a nice hover effect to complete the UX, successfully distinguishing the placeholder from the input text.
It’s the morning of the 11th June. You’ve just unlocked the door to the artisan bakery you own in the village. You sit at the counter, croissants and sourdough slowly turning stale on the shelves behind you. Where is everyone?
One of my clients was facing issues uploading and editing images in WordPress. The actual upload passed off successfully, but once added to the media library, he couldn’t rotate, crop or scale the image.