We modify the WordPress Gutenberg editor so that we can use free-form text blocks as before and combine them with the power of blocks. In this way, we get the new power of Gutenberg blocks without losing our previous ability to smoothly write text without the cumbersome blocks interface.
I describe how I migrated my WordPress sites onto an Amazon EC2 instance. I discuss the problems that arose during migration and how I fixed them.
This article describes how I set up a separate SFTP account on my Amazon EC2 server. We also describe how to use those SSH keys with WordPress.
One of the biggest problems with Gutenberg autop for me is that it messes up my code, WordPress shortcodes, and scripts. Most of my articles were written before Gutenberg, and if I edit any of them using Gutenberg, my code blocks get all their formatting totally messed up. This article describes a way to remove code, WordPress shortcodes, and scripts from being operated on by Gutenberg autop.
After a long-hiatus, I once again caught the web-bug and decided to get back to experimenting with my websites. My first project was to migrate my sites from Media Temple over to Amazon AWS. The key reasons for this – Much much better price point. I would be paying about a third or less of […]
Currently, the standard Poll Daddy objects that I use are fixed width and not mobile responsive. Here are some simple CSS styles that I use to make Poll Daddy objects responsive to small devices. 1. Scale poll object to fit the screen. The first step is to add some styles to scale my Poll Daddy […]
Genesis skins allows you to flexibly create and assign skins to different posts, pages, or other custom post types. We can assign skins to an individual post or to groups of posts through the use of categories and tags. Skins are created through a graphical UI based on the WordPress theme previewer interface, therefore no […]
The main addition to this release is an expansion on the media manager search interface- Posts, pages, and custom post types can now be searched for and added into galleries from the media manager interface. Image search is performed based on title as well as alt text. Shiba Media Library was tested on WordPress 3.5 […]
This is an advanced tutorial on how to expand the WordPress media manager interface with new options. In particular, I want to expand the drop-down menu in the media manager menu so that I can do searches based on posts, pages, and custom post types, as well as include their thumbnails into my galleries. Other […]
This is a very big update, so please try things out on a test site first. Feel free to post bug reports here or in the main Shiba Gallery article. New features for Shiba Gallery 4.3 – 1. Client Responsive Galleries The biggest addition to this release is client responsive galleries. In release 4.0 we […]