Use a Markdown editor for a much better content creation process, and the ability to migrate content to other systems with ease
Use this script to get up and running quickly with a new WordPress website
Use the Mailchimp API to automatically subscribe users to your newsletter when submitting a contact form
The blog has now been rebuilt in GatsbyJS and has been improved all-round. Find out more about the process and results
How to build a simple Laravel CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) blog using the built-in Blade template system
Laravel Homestead is an official Vagrant box, providing the perfect environment for working locally
Version 2 of the website has *finally* launched. It uses a completely new tech-stack and has a refreshed design. This article goes through the reasons for changing, and how it will progress going forward.
A simple example showing how to add the new Google reCAPTCHA v3 to a PHP form. reCAPTCHA v3 helps detect abusive traffic without getting in the way of legitimate users.
This article goes through how to expand on the standard WordPress post listing page in order to provide extra functionality, and show extra information at a glance.
Uptime Robot provides free uptime/downtime monitoring for up to 50 websites. The API can be used to create a dynamic website status page.
Visual Studio Code has quickly became my editor of choice. See essential extensions and configurations to improve your workflow.
Advanced Custom Fields is an excellent plugin for WordPress. Using Local JSON will improve the performance of any website using it.
How to automatically post WordPress posts to Twitter without the use of any plugins. This allows for excellent customisability and can be tailored to meet the requirements of any client.
This script allows easy updating of post categories in WordPress. The standard category updater leaves much to be desired, and this helps alleviate those issues.
Using Formspree is an easy way to integrate contact forms on static HTML websites. This works with generators such as Jekyll or Hugo.
This is a short introduction post, detailing what this blog is and where I would like it to go in the future. It details what technologies the website utilises, and what will change.