• Search And Replace Using PHPmyadmin

    Search And Replace Using PHPmyadmin

    Select Your Database To search and replace using phpmyadmin, first you’ll need to select and open the database you want to run the search and replace query on. Once you’ve selected it, you’ll see the tabs across the top of the screen change. Execute Query Click on the SQL tab at the top, and you’ll […]

  • Fitness320

    Fitness320

    Project Tasks Convert a traditional e-commerce website to a subscription-based website with irregular renewal times. Create a fully-automated email campaign that welcomes new subscribers and reminds existing subscribers of their renewal one week before. Create a “virtual gym” that restricts digital content (videos, PDFs, and web pages) to paid subscribers. Inside the “virtual gym” members […]

  • Make Any WordPress Block Sticky Without Plugins

    Make Any WordPress Block Sticky Without Plugins

    position: sticky vs position: fixed In CSS, you can use both position: sticky and position: fixed to make any WordPress block sticky, but there are some important differences that should be noted. position: sticky keeps that element within the document flow. Great for things like columns and sidebars that have content above them. When the […]

  • How to Host Multiple Local Sites Using XAMPP and VirtualHosts

    How to Host Multiple Local Sites Using XAMPP and VirtualHosts

    As a web developer, it’s always a good idea to have a good working local environment for testing. Let’s dive into how to host multiple local sites using XAMPP and VirtualHosts. XAMPP Install You can download and instlal XAMPP over at https://www.apachefriends.org/download.html. XAMPP includes Apache and all the necessary setup to get your environment off […]

  • Customize the Default WordPress Login Page Without Plugins

    Customize the Default WordPress Login Page Without Plugins

    Let’s take a look at how to customize the default WordPress login page without using any plugins. Changing the Logo First, open your functions.php file in your child theme and drop in the following function: Just keep in mind that get_template_directory_uri() returns the root directory of your parent theme. To return the root directory of […]

  • Add Custom Fonts to a WordPress Site Without Any Plugins

    Add Custom Fonts to a WordPress Site Without Any Plugins

    Let’s dive into how to add custom fonts to WordPress without using any plugins. Choose a Font Originally, I was using a font called “Arrow” from DaFont. This actually ended up giving me problems later on, something I’ll cover later. Convert to WOFF2 (if you need to) Any font in the entire world. Just make […]

  • Enqueue Stylesheets in a WordPress Block Theme

    Enqueue Stylesheets in a WordPress Block Theme

    Today we’re going to take a look at how to enqueue stylesheets in a WordPress block theme. My main stylesheet for a newly created custom WordPress block theme wasn’t loading after several tries and I couldn’t figure out what was going on. Every search result was just saying , “Oh, you gotta enqueue your stylesheet, […]

  • Z-Index Not Working Position Absolute

    Z-Index Not Working Position Absolute

    Today I learned about the importance of the natural stacking order. I spent probably an hour scratching my head trying to figure out why my element with the z-index of 500 wasn’t appearing on top of another element with a z-index of -500. At first I thought it might have something to do with my […]

  • An Unfortunate Final Update

    An Unfortunate Final Update

    Unfortunately, this project was put on the back-burner by management until the project was eventually scrapped. I absolutely would have loved to have seen this project through to completion, however, sadly, it just wasn’t meant to be. However! There is a dim light on the horizon… There’s a possibility that I will pursue a personal […]

  • Mount SFTP Directory Using Rclone (An Alternative to Filezilla)

    Mount SFTP Directory Using Rclone (An Alternative to Filezilla)

    Learning How to Mount an SFTP Directory Using Rclone Since the beginning of my web dev journey, I’ve been using FileZilla as my primary SFTP client for two huge reasons. Number one, it’s available cross-platform and Linux is one of those platforms. Number two, it’s available at a really good price: free. Over the last […]