What if there was a managed WordPress company that got rid of its servers altogether, and focused on helping you achieve the best possible results from any infrastructure on the market? Here’s how it might work: When you sign up for an account, you connect your Google Analytics account, so the service has intelligence about […]
Most WordPress sites likely run Akismet, which comes bundled with every new copy. What they probably don’t know is that, over time, Akismet will cause your wp_commentmeta table to balloon in size. Use wp db size –tables to see the size of all tables: $ wp db size –tables +———————–+——–+ | Name | Size | […]
Adapted from my VIP Workshop presentation last week, which may have been my favorite presentation of all time. It was probably the GIFs.
I’m working on a new project (the kind you wake up at 3 am to hack on). It’s called Bylines, a modern multi-author publishing plugin for WordPress.
MVP is a reincarnation of Co-Authors Plus. From there, I plan to iterate on a feature set relevant to the multi-author publishing workflow.
If this sounds useful to you, sign up to be notified when Bylines is ready for early-access users.
I did a webinar (gag) with Pantheon covering real world examples, writing custom endpoints, and including test coverage. Turned out surprisingly well, if I do say so myself.
Inspiring talk on so many levels. Where to find recurring value: business cycles; ongoing, value-generating costs; highly dynamic environments.
Photon is open source, and relatively straightforward to run locally.
Some qualifying questions you can use to determine why your site is going down.
By filtering the `rest_authentication_errors` filter, you can return a 401 error if the request isn’t authenticated.