Part of my “beyond the full-stack” process includes sending my clients screen shots of several top-level pages at every breakpoint. Sometimes, I’ll include a few more pages if there are distinct issues or if it’s a huge web site. I set up a github repository with this in mind. Let’s look into one of the […]
I just started using VS Code/Visual Studio Code. I’ve been a vim guy for years, and have tried Atom, which was pretty good. Then I started seeing all these youtube videos where people used VS Code, and I thought I’d give it a try. It’s pretty good, but I’m still getting used to it. I […]
I just started using Visual Studio Code. I’ve been using vim for a long time. I liked some of the features of VS Code, but I can’t go back to a mouse. So, of course VSC has vim emulation, but the thing is, I tweaked vim a lot, and there were a few things that […]
Target Audience This post is aimed at relatively capable web/devops. People like me. I’m not going to remember everything, so I’ll probably re-read this myself in a few months or a year when I forget how to go about this. The Host I use Cloudflare to host my DNS. There are other ways to accomplish […]
If you run Wordpress locally and want to make a static copy of your site to copy up to your web site, here’s one way to do it using common command line tools.