wp-emoji-release.min.js is a new script in WP 4.2 that is annoying in how it slows down a site. Here’s how to fix that.
Sometimes I want to end the day… but then I hear the hard drive of my trusty machine working away. And what is it doing? Maybe backups, maybe a cron job. But either way, I don’t want to turn it off… So instead I run a little command. It just …
Have you ever climbed a mountain? If so, you know how it is: hard but worth it. We can do the same with ourselves. There are always new things coming out. So practice, and expand those skills, explore new areas, and remember the things that matter most.
Ready… Set…. Stop! You know the feeling. You’re getting ready for something, everything is going okay. You’re not totally prepared, but winging it should be good enough. I mean, it’s worked before, so why change it up? But then it happens. Something comes up. Or breaks. And all that work …
See that guy with the ball? Ever feel like that? When working with managers we can hit heads. But what if we could see things from their point of view. If we understood things like they do, we might be able to encourage them and get them to do things better, and in better ways.
Improvement comes from investing in what makes us better. By acting now, we can prepare and make things more reliable, get rid of single points of failure, and make our lives and our work more enjoyable.
While fixing some website errors I came across some ways to increase dokuwiki’s seo by making the page paths more human and search engine happy. And more conistent.
A few days ago I increased the loading speed of some of my sites. Or maybe I should say I decreased the loading time. Either way, they load faster. Indeed, I had one site that was taking 8 to 20 seconds to load! Now it’s down to 1.2 to 2 …
Lately I’ve been looking at different ways to do version control with office documents. I’ve been interested in this because I write stories and It’s nice to be able to see my work as I go along.
Software is a great thing, giving us the able to do some wonderful things. Developer and Software Integrity can be great, bad, or somewhere inbetween. It’s like being in the Matrix.