These are the slides for a talk at the Memphis WordPress User Group on September 4, 2014 at CoWork Memphis.
When you’re dealing with browsers and markup, content tends to float to the top of the window by default. In most cases there is enough content on the page to keep the footer at the bottom of the window but, if a page doesn’t occupy the full height of the window, the footer is going to float… Continue Reading
Talk: I’ll be giving a talk about the role of open source development in higher ed institutions at the upcoming Tennessee Higher Education Information Technology Symposium in Chattanooga Tennessee. The talk will focus on the experience I had with the UTHSC-WPCAS plugin developed for UTHSC and encourage Higher-Ed tech professionals to consider open sourcing their… Continue Reading
Update March 10th, 2014: After spending an extra five minutes this morning trying to ssh in with my the virtual machine IP, instead of using my local IP with the forwarded port, I was able to get it work. I don’t know why this hasn’t worked for me in the past unless I’ve just been… Continue Reading
Bali 2013: Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 While we were eating breakfast, I recognized a man carving one of the bridges at the resort as a vendor I had bought some statues from. I went out to thank him and snapped a few pictures of him at work. After breakfast, Ken, Sophie,… Continue Reading
Bali 2013: Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 After getting about 3 hours of sleep, we left our hotel at 2am to head to Mount Batur. It was about a 2hr drive and when we arrived everyone was practically asleep but we proceeded to climb the the steep volcano. It was cold but… Continue Reading
Bali 2013: Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 We started our day with surfing lessons at Kuta Beach. None of had surfed before so we weren’t pro’s but we all managed to stand up at least once or twice; some better than others. After surfing we had lunch to a little Indonesian restaurant… Continue Reading
Bali 2013: Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 After arriving in Bali, we waited around at the airport until some guy brought our rental car. It was a beat up manual minivan with the steering wheel on the right side but Ken handled it was his own. As he dashed through the chaotic… Continue Reading