A bakery and a button Yesterday, I was helping fix up a site for a local bakery to better optimize it for a COVID-19 world. The site isn’t particularly old. It isn’t outdated. It has an entirely reasonable amount of plugins. Even in those optimal circumstances, adding an eye-catching “Order online” link to the sidebar… Continue reading WordPress – the site builder
This latest update is a major upgrade to the block editing experience. Check out all the details here:
I’m interested in trying out some new tools and am looking for your recommendations. Here are some questions I have: What do you use to run WordPress locally? (Docker, VVV, something else?) Where do you keep your project/git folders? (in the plugins directory, sync a build to plugins, Docker instance inside the project folder?) What… Continue reading What is your WordPress dev setup?
These are from a few weeks ago.
And holy heck are we ready for it! Let’s get to snowboarding, skiing, snowshoeing, natural hot springs, and playing in the snow! Keya and I already hit the slopes at A Basin October 27th. It was fantastic. Even for only two open runs. Let it snow!
We briefly stopped at Kodachrome Basin and found an ideal camping spot outside of the park. It was quite the surreal place to set up camp with soft warm sand to sleep on and plenty of view.