How I added a custom post type to my site to showcase projects I’ve been a part of and how I was involved
I’ve redesigned GeorgeSpake.com with the default WordPress TwentyTwenty theme.
This past weekend, Feb 23-25, the seventh annual GiveCamp Memphis event was held at the Fedex Institute of Technology on the University of Memphis Campus. “GiveCamp is a weekend-long event where technology professionals from designers, developers and database administrators to marketers and web strategists donate their time to provide solutions for non-profit organizations” A dozen […]
Slides and speaker notes prepared for a talk at WordCamp Raleigh 2017. Old News – Before WordPress Campus NewsIn 2013, UTHSC’s online news was limited to a Press Releases page on the Marketing and Communications department’s site. There was lots of boilerplate press release stuff that was the same on all of the news but […]
GiveCamp Memphis is a weekend-long event where local developers and designers get together to build software for non-profit organizations. Give Camp 2017 was held on February 17th, 18th, and 19th at The Fedex Institute of Technology at the University of Memphis. This was a new location for the event, now on its seventh year , thanks to […]
These notes are for a talk at the WordPress Memphis User Group on October 6, 2016. WP-CLI is a command line utility for WordPress that I regularly use to manage WordPress sites. WP-CLI works great for small sites and huge multisite installations and without it, some of the work I do – even as simple as […]
This post was written to accompany a talk about WordPress plugins at the WordPress Memphis User Group, which meets on the first Thursday of every month. What are plugins Chances are, if you’ve been using WordPress, you’re aready familiar with plugins but, if you aren’t entirely sure what they are, how they work, or even […]
Here’s the dilemma You want to set up a Multisite network with subdomains but the domain you want to use for your urls is not a WordPress site and will not be part of the network. This doesn’t seem like an unusual case; imagine you already have our non-WordPress primary website at mainsite.com and you want your […]
Over the past couple of years, becoming comfortable with Linux has been one of the most valuable things I’ve done as a web developer and I’m always looking for ways to learn more. Diving in to shell scripting has been on the to-do list for a while now so here’s a case where I had […]
These are the slides for a talk at the Memphis WordPress User Group on September 4, 2014 at CoWork Memphis.