How to Secure the WordPress Admin

July 15, 2020

WordPress is ubiquitous, easy to use, and highly extensible through a wide array of themes and plugins. No doubt these factors are what we love most about the platform, but they also make WordPress a prime target for hackers. Don’t worry; this does not mean we should give up WordPress. There are ways we can […]

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Reflections on Jamstack Virtual 2020

June 01, 2020

This was my first Jamstack conference, but it may not be my last. For an event that quickly had to pivot from an in-person London event to an online one, the Netlify team did a fantastic job. It felt like it was always meant to be virtual, or at the very least like they had […]

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Useful Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows

May 14, 2020

One of the first things I do when learning a new tool or application is to learn its keyboard shortcuts or unique features that might improve my workflow. We try so hard to enter a flow, digging through menus to figure out how to do something is a great way to break that flow. In […]

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WordPress Custom Post Types in Gatsby

April 09, 2020

This blog is built as a static site generated with Gatsby, using WordPress to manage the content. Overall, I’m a big fan of both technologies but I have hit a few points of frustration. This isn’t a problem with the architecture, but rather a problem stemming from its novelty. Gatsby + WordPress is new, and […]

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CodePen React Template

March 23, 2020

Sometimes we want to throw together a quick prototype or proof of concept and share it without hassle with friends or coworkers. CodePen has been an incredible tool for that. You can write HTML, CSS, and JavaScript right in the app and see your changes as you type. From there, all you need to do […]

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