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I ran into an issue recently with my development sites stored on my computer inside MAMP. I rebooted my computer for the first time in a month (don’t judge, you do it too!). I started to continue work on a new WordPress plugin that’s been in the making for a few weeks when I noticed[…]
I was working on a client site recently and after upgrading the site to Magento 18.104.22.168 certain areas of the site started misbehaving namely the bundled products aren’t working properly. On loading any of the product pages, it already went wrong with the following error in the console: Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property ‘reloadPrice’ of[…]
One of the earliest adopters of my project RSS with Images is a company called MOBI. MOBI is an enterprise mobility management company. They help companies manage cell phone and other mobile device usage and billing with their award winning software and staff. Mobi is using RSS with Images to build a Mailchimp newsletter and include 10[…]
Going to WordCamp US!
It’s all about the frame, ’bout the frame. Rear Wheel Mounts: These are made from 2″ wide flatbar. You can get this from your local hardware store, I bought mine from Menards. The measurements for the mounts aren’t “exact” per se. You will have to figure out what is best for the materials you are[…]
Parts came in! I bought the KMX seat, seat mounting hardware, both front wheels, wheel mounting hardware, front steering spindles, and disc brake set. I have all of the other parts to finish assembling the trike. Next up, frame! If I would have known about these rims when I was building my Warrior trike I[…]
I’m planning to build a KMX trike clone. I scoured the web looking for ANYTHING on the standard (steel) KMX trike frame. Pictures, Youtube Videos, blog sites, you name it. I wanted to build my own version of the KMX frame, and alter the width, length and maybe add a shock absorber to the rear of the[…]
Gravity Forms is by far one of my favorite WordPress plugins, and I’ve used it every which way: for front-end post creation forms, as a job application form for a family owned oil company, and for the Contact Form on my own site. Most recently, I built a contact form for a site that sold tickets to[…]
I put this plugin together after migrating many client sites from one host to another. I found that I needed a way to lock the sites to prevent client access, but still allow the general public to use it. Disable Login was born. Its a great tool to keep in your developer arsenal. From the[…]