If you have a small blog or series on blogs on a shared hosting environment and and want to take advantage of GIT but still want to let your hosting provider keep your WordPress up to date, you can easily setup GIT repos and deployment to make your life easier. Shared hosting services are great… Read more »
Ran into this recently and it reminded me of how WordPress does URL permalink routing. Since Ember routes are handled by the index this helps Ember on Apache route to links, especially when you are coming directly to a link or deep linking. This should go in the root .htaccess file in the same way… Read more »
If you are looking to validate your AMP pages there is a nice tool provided by the AMPproject here. https://validator.ampproject.org/. One of the things that may cause problems with AMP validation is the inclusion of New Relic JS in the head and footer of AMP pages. If you have a new relic instance running you may… Read more »
If you are working on adding AMP pages to your site or using a WordPress plugin like AMP for WordPress with Yoast SEO Amp, remember that your Google Analytics needs to get wrapped in a amp-analytics tag to be properly displayed.
If you have upgraded your WordPress to 4.4 and have a secure HTTPS URL, you might be experiencing image problems due to a mixed content URL message in the browser. Some browsers will display the content and give you a message that it is mixed and some will block the content all together. The new… Read more »
If you are looking for a plugin to do infinite scroll in a WordPress category or author page in your site, look no further than infinitescroll.com This plugin is everything that you will need. The surprisingly great plugin settings can control the id of the element that holds the post items among other things. And… Read more »
If you are self hosting a WordPress blog install at some point you have run into a problem with permission or know someone who has. Mostly it surrounds the uploads folder for your media.Â The internet is filled with threads about the problem. Do yourself a favor and don’t do as some people suggest and set… Read more »
Couple of quick points when it comes time to move your wordpress.com site over to a self hosted site. This can be especially painful for a large site with lots of users. Export gives user name but no email and NO OTHER content. No password, no author status – You will have to edit this… Read more »