Building traffic by doing the ings that matter.
I’m a huge fan of the Pomodoro Technique, and worked up these planning pages for 2012– I do 45 minute Pomodoros, up to 8 a day, so I have spaces to check off up to 8 pomodoros– if you do shorter pomodoros, you can cross-check for twice as many (cross off one diagonal for one… Read more »
In my work, at least once a week I’m either copying a live site onto my development server or moving a site back to the live server. I’ve figured out a few tricks along the way. Notice: This post assumes that you have a basic comfort level with the command line, it assumes you have… Read more »
The jQuery Validation plugin is one of the most commonly used and useful jQuery plugins. One of the nicest things about it is how easily you can extend it. I recently had a client ask me to build a form which wouldn’t allow users to sign up with free email addresses– in particular, no Gmail,… Read more »
I’ve recently been working on a new site for a large Jewish philanthropic organization, developing a (very) custom WordPress theme for their site– when it came to coming up with a way to handle bilingual English/Hebrew content, we tried a few WordPress plugins before settling on Qian Qin’s qTranslate, which has been wonderful– great user… Read more »
UPDATED 12/2: Code updated for efficiency and code download link added. Ran into a problem today– there’s no easy way to add and subtract dates in PHP and be left with standard units (year, month, day, etc), so I whipped up a quick script to do it– the biggest problem is months, here, since PHP… Read more »