Although WordPress 3.3.2+ doesn’t select the “Uncategorized” category (or whatever your “default category” is, if you modified it) when you create a new post, if you save the post without any categories “Uncategorized” is automatically added.
Then, when you (or another editor) comes and selects the appropriate category “Uncategorized” is not automatically deselected (unchecked), and unfortunately “Uncategorized” often appears “below-the-fold”, which means there are countless posts with both their appropriate categories and uncategorized!
Simply need a SASS compiler and Autoprefixer watching for changes? Here’s a simple (one file) npm script setup.
I’m working on a project where I just needed a SASS compiler and Autoprefixer (my two must-have modern development conveniences) watching for changes.
Tools like Rollup, Parcel, Webpack, Gulp, Grunt, and Bower are great for complex projects, but I tire from the dependency soup that has underscored frontend development in the last 5 or so years. I think I’ve created a pretty elegant solution:
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docker-machine to manage my remote Docker deployments, I was frustrated to find out that volume mount paths in
docker-compose.yml are mounted verbatim on the remote host. For example, with a
docker-compose.yml such as this:
docker-compose command will convert the relative
./local/dir path to its absolute state:
/Users/myusername/path/to/project/local/dir and mirror it on the remote server (although it doesn’t populate the files — more on that later). …
Are you experiencing migraines trying to install Let’s Encrypt on your Amazon Linux AMI EC2 Instance?
Let’s Encrypt announced its public beta on a bitter cold day in December, 2015. I was attending the inaugural WordCamp US in Philadelphia, PA alongside about 1,800 peers whose personal livelihoods are built on the internet. The mood was electric. Google had been signaling that they favor HTTPS sites in search rankings for some time. “Finally, free SSL Certificates for all!” presenters throughout the morning enthusiastically exclaimed. …