Easiest way to Backup WordPress to S3 »

I explored and tested a bunch of WordPress plugins for S3 – they’re excellent in their own right, but I was bothered by the bloat & weight on PHP for the backup. Don’t get me wrong, I understand it’s a complex undertaking when you’re creating a backup/restore UI, working off wp-cron, creating many features that … continue reading »

Atom – RemoteFTP More Visual Indicator »

Really enjoying using Atom now (instead of Panic Coda). The ability to customize and hack is just, mind blowing. Right out the gate this became useful. Not keeping tree view open, knowing if RemoteFTP was connected was slightly annoying – there is a setting within RemoteFTP to show icons in the status bar, but visually, … continue reading »

Switching PHP Versions Localhost, Keep phpMyAdmin Working »

When switching localhost php versions for testing, nothing interrupts the workflow more than phpMyAdmin failing because you’re on php 5.4. The single line of code, to be your index.php in /phpmyadmin/ simply routes you to either the phpmyadmin/new/ (v4.7 – supports php 5.5-7.2) and phpmyadmin/old/ (4.0 – supporting php 5.2 – 5.4): Simple.

Check If Current Page Uses Gutenberg or Classic Editor »

If you’re themes like most themes, and you have to fix your main elements CSS to accommodate Gutenbergs edge-to-edge capabilities on gutenberg-only pages, it’s good to know which pages are actually using Gutenberg. The follow will add a CSS body class for Gutenberg pages.

Add conditions like !is_home(), get_post_type() != 'post', etc., to accommodate your theme setup.

CSS Menu/Nav Hamburger Animation »

CSS Menu/Nav Hamburger Animation

While finally buying a Keurig today, I (oddly) decided to do my research on my phone instead of desktop, and also (oddly) decided to go to Keurig.ca instead of my normal stomping ground of Amazon.ca. While there, I was distracted in a nerdy daze by the animation they added to their hamburger navigation, immediatly stoped … continue reading »