0 Fix display of portfolio grid rows Back in September of 2014 I wrote about using the StanleyWP WordPress theme for a portfolio site. After I added some projects, I noticed the grid on the Portfolio page template wasn’t displaying rows correctly. I even noted it in my original post, towards the end. I’ve had […]

0 Just a dead-simple local Vagrant LAMP stack for developers I discovered Scotch Box recently, brought to us by the folks at scotch.io. It actually looks like Nicholas Cerminara has done most of the work, or as least done all of the committing to GitHub. Here’s the Scotch Box announcement at the Scotch.io blog. After […]

0 I finally have one! I’ve known for a long time that I need some type of portfolio, especially since I’m doing freelance web development full-time now. A potential client wanted to see my portfolio. I explained that I didn’t have one for various reasons, and instead described to him some of the more interesting […]

0 Features a visual drag & drop page builder that will let your users create countless pages at a drop of a dime Got an email from Olga at ThemeFuse yesterday announcing the release of their new drag & drop WordPress framework named Unyson. Unyson comes with many built-in extensions, and the documentation seems to […]

0 The easy way to learn web frameworks Notejam provides you with a very easy way to learn new web frameworks. All kinds of web frameworks, too: PHP Python Ruby JavaScript (node.js) Notejam describes itself like this: Do you know django/laravel/symfony/etc and want to try rails/flask/pyramid/etc? The easy way to start with a new framework […]