Saturday 25th May 2019
Monday 21st January 2019
A common task when administrating WordPress is to set up a copy of an existing site in a sub-directory of the same server, which can be used to test potentially site-breaking changes (such as plugin updates). I recently had to do this on a website with a particularly large amount of data, and my usual technique of cloning a WordPress site was not sufficient. In this article I will be documenting what I learned from this job.
Monday 14th January 2019
I was recently hired to fix an issue on a WordPress site where the Admin Toolbar would not show up when viewing front-end pages, even if you were logged in as an admin. In this article I will document the process by which I fixed the problem.
Monday 7th January 2019
Tuesday 1st January 2019
Thursday 20th December 2018
A bubble sort is one of the most basic ways to sort data. It is not efficient but the simplicity makes it a good place to start understanding the concepts. Today we will be implementing a bubble sort in C.