Best Code Editor for PHP

November 2, 2013

If you’re looking for a WYSIWYG editor, this isn’t the post for you. I’ve tried a ton of code editors in my time. In my opinion, there are few good ones out there despite the large variety of editors both free and paid. Many of the ones I’ve tried are based off the same foundation, Eclipse. […]

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WordPress Custom Fields in User Profiles

October 26, 2013

Recently, I had the need to have custom fields in my WordPress user profiles. The specific reason I needed it was to be able to show different content to different users based on certain attributes. Also, I needed to echo out some values to those users as instructions or directions. So, as I typically do, […]

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Facebook Open Graph Tags for Sharing

May 1, 2013

In my line of work Facebook is a necessary evil. I say evil because it sucks tying to work with them. They constantly change their platform but don’t update the documentation. There’s zero customer support for when you want to get something *fixed*. Yes, they offer their service for free (bombarded with ads) so there’s […]

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Where I Keep My Web Development Tips & Tricks

April 13, 2013

Not that I ever envision this site to get even moderate traffic, but I do need to write here more often. Mostly because it’s a good place to keep bits of code, web tips & tricks, cool links, wordpress pro tips, etc. Have I been doing that? Of course not, which is why there hasn’t been a […]

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Mobile Device Detection on a Web Site

March 26, 2012

Lately I’ve needed to find out how the person is viewing my pages. Now, in WordPress there’s a cool plugin called WPTouch that does all this for me. But when I’m not using WordPress then what do I do? Enter the script below. It detects about 90+% of the mobile devices out there and then […]

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