I’ve just spent the past couple of days rewriting a lot of the jQuery Mobile PHP MVC Framework. A complete list of updates is available after the break, so check it out and let me know if you have any feedback!
It turns out that the majority of readers here use either GoDaddy, Linode, MediaTemple or Host Gator as your current shared or VPS hosting provider. Somehow GoDaddy had the most votes (by a small margin) and, at least for me, is the most surprising result. Here’s a pretty pie graph of the complete spread:
As I mentioned in my last post, I’ve been asked for specific information on how I work. Having a solid work environment can go a long way in increasing your efficiency and help you stay organized, so today we’ll take a look at the setup of my desktop computer.
Recently for a small project, I turned one of my previous WordPress cache experiments into a simple, reusable PHP class that you can throw into any project for quick caching. It’s released under MIT license so feel free to use and modify it however you’d like!
After reading about Jason Cohen’s latest startup, I started thinking about the plugins I install in every WordPress blog I run and what I recommend to my clients. Below are a list of my must-have plugins for pretty much any blog, take a look:
So one thing is clear: you want/need your own website. But how do you go about making one? Where do you even start? Whether it’s for your business, personal blog or any obscure reason, understanding how the web works and establishing an online presence is crucial in today’s high-tech world.
A honey pot trap involves creating a form with an extra field that is hidden to human visitors but readable by robots. The robot fills out the invisible field and submits the form, leaving you to simply ignore their spammy submission or blacklist their IP. It’s a very simple concept that can be implemented in a few minutes and it just works – add them to your contact and submission forms to help reduce spam.
The jCollapisble plugin takes any nested list (OL or UL that have children) and coverts it into collapsible threads. This is especially useful to create simple threaded comments on a blog or nested posts in a forum without having to modify the backend code.