I love side project unfortunately I can’t finish them. By making this one public and partially built I am hoping to hold myself accountable and finish it.
I have been using WordPress for last eight years or so, both, WordPress.com and self-hosted. Unfortunately it’s time to move on. Continue reading “Why I am leaving WordPress”
January is almost over and I am starting to consider going full time freelance again, or at least I find a project which is a good fit for me. Continue reading “Interesting things from the web – Week 4 of 2018”
As a part of process of writing in multiple languages I have set up a multisite. Unfortunately it wasn’t without glitches.
Since I am at the moment between jobs I can share what I am learning publicly. Today it’s basics in internationalization and localization.
For a long time I have let my side projects grow organically and a lot of times it didn’t do them any good. Debugging existing site through developer tools and then adding custom styles in the WordPress editor to the end of CSS file is a hole from which a theme will never properly recover. There has to be a better way, meta side project to create front-end style guides for all of them. Continue reading “Meta side projects”
Like any WordPress geek these days I am excited about WP REST API and want to use it as soon as possible, preferably sooner. Unfortunately there is a limit to what I can use at the moment and not everything is perfect. Like those windmills, slow and steady approach may be better. Continue reading “Using technology before it’s ready”
I like Zombieland1 and especially this phrase. I have been wondering where to put the things which I do daily, either for personal amusement or to try a new technique, and not keep them in the drawer. Continue reading “Web worker’s log #9 – Enjoy the little things”
- This reminds me that I should design something spooky for Halloween ↩