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WordCamp Minneapolis

I know that it’s been a while since I’ve written anything, and I really don’t have a good excuse, but I promise that I’ll have some good content coming soon because tomorrow, I’ll be attending WordCamp Minneapolis. WordCamp is a great place to meet other WordPress developers, and learn about a ton of different WordPress […]

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PHP WordPress

Obscure PHP code in WordPress files

I received word recently, that a site I have previously done work on, was getting some syntax errors. After checking those errors out, and seeing that certain files were giving the error Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (/path/somefile.php) in /path/anotherfile.php, I determined the issue to be malicious PHP code that was […]

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Plugins themes WordPress

Checking WordPress with WPScan

If you use WordPress regularly, you know that it is often the target of hacking attempts, and rightfully so. It accounts for nearly a quarter of all websites! Why wouldn’t a hacker want to target WordPress? That, plus the plethora of amateur developers releasing plug-ins and themes with gaping security flaws, makes WordPress an easy […]

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PHP Plugins WordPress

Edit Hopper Update, Now Supports Custom Post Types

I’ve made a few changes to the Edit Hopper WordPress plugin that I developed and I’m glad to say that it now supports Custom Post Types and Posts. Plus, thanks to Jimmy (@sporifolous on Github), it now has an options page to select which posts you want the meta box to show on. So if […]

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PHP Plugins WordPress

Edit Hopper plugin v1

A long, long time ago, I worked on a website that utilized an almost insane amount of pages and child pages in WordPress. While I was adding content to those pages, I realized that I hated having to click the Pages link in the sidebar of the WordPress admin to go back, and then dig through […]

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PHP Plugins themes WordPress

SSL with VagrantPress

I’m trying to be a better developer. And somewhere in the vastness of the internet, someone told me I should be using Vagrant. So I did. It was cool and I liked it, but then I found out about VagrantPress and it got even easier. You just clone that repo, and start working. Pretty simple really. […]

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CSS jQuery WordPress

CSS Hamburger Menu

I like the hamburger menu. It makes sense. So this is the one that I use when building a menu for mobile devices. Here’s the HTML: <nav id=”mobile-navigation” class=”site-navigation mobile-navigation” role=”navigation”> <a href=”#” class=”mobile-menu-link”>MENU<span></span></a> </nav> And the SCSS: .mobile-navigation { display: none; .mobile-menu-link { display: block; position: relative; width: 90px; height: 30px; left: 0; color: […]

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CSS HTML5 jQuery Mobile PHP WordPress

Developing with Vagrant

Recently, I’ve been trying to find ways to speed up my development time, and I came across a great video showcasing Vagrant. I could spend a lot of time writing a bunch of mumbo jumbo here for you to read, or you could just watch the video that explains it a thousand times better than […]

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CSS HTML5 jQuery PHP WordPress

DemocracyOS

It’s been pretty slow on the web development front for me lately, but I have discovered something new and interesting. It’s called DemocracyOS. What is DemocracyOS? Oh, I’m so glad you asked. Well it’s an open-sourced platform that aims to bring democracy back into the hands of the people in a way that makes voting […]

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CSS themes WordPress

Custom WordPress Admin Login Logo

If you want to replace the WordPress logo on your admin login page with your own custom image, you can do it with just a couple simple lines in your functions.php file. add_action(“login_head”, “my_login_head”); function my_login_head() { echo “<style> body.login #login h1 a { background: url(‘”.get_bloginfo(‘template_url’).”/images/logo_login.png’) no-repeat scroll center top transparent; height: 181px; width: 269px; padding:0 […]