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Using shortcodes in WordPress like a boss
2 February 2019
One of the many handy features in WordPress is its shortcode functionality. Shortcodes come in many shapes and sizes, but ultimately it is like using a shortcut to display larger pieces of code. This post will go through some very basic principles of creating and using shortcodes in WordPress.
Good colour matches for red
23 January 2019
The first thing many people think of when they see the colour red is either love and passion, or danger and anger. Red might also be used in various shades to visualise things such as happiness, heat, luxury, professionalism, excitement, speed, energy, efficiency and creativity.
Using the Media Library Assistant plugin for WP
5 January 2019
WordPress websites with a large amount of Media content can become overwhelming to manage. With expanding libraries, images and other media can start to disappear in a sea of files which can make finding them very difficult. With the Media Library Assistant plugin for WordPress, searching and organising Media files becomes a breeze.
Disabling the Gutenberg Editor in WordPress 5
9 December 2018
Most WordPress users are probably happy with regular updates on their favourite content management website software, but for me, a striking difference starting at WordPress 5 was the Gutenberg Editor instead of the, now, Classic Editor. Without going into to much of a discussion, this post will show how disable the Gutenberg Editor.
Getting started with private projects on Raspbian and Bitbucket
28 October 2018
Bitbucket is a great alternative to Github to start, store and track simple programming dependant project files. On a Raspberry Pi it can be simply done using Raspbian. In addition to Github, projects uploaded to Bitbucket with less than 6 contributors can be kept private and won’t cost a cent.
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