Cast cast hello can you hear me check check seems to be working somewhat all right I wonder if it has similar commands like a voice dictation on Google docs – Ha
Assuming you are in your project directory: virtualenv ./ virtualenv -p /usr/local/bin/python3 ./ source ./bin/activate pip install hypothesis deactive And don't forget to check in your changes: git add . git commit
I heard about this online tool on MageTalk and gave it a spin ... not the best score 😦 Will need to improve it.
If you've been using Let's Encrypt for you SSL, you have been probably using the older './letsencrypt-auto --update' method of renewing your certs but LE has teamed up with CertBot to make renewal even easier. If you are using Debian Jessie, here are the commands (assuming using Nginx): apt-get install certbot certbot renew --dry-run /etc/init.d/nginx stop certbot renew
In my last post I covered installing Nginx, php7-fpm, and MariaDB using homebrew on osX. Ok, lets configure these up so we can access the dev code from localhost. MariaDB config was left untouched, just create the database and user. Nginx config is pretty standard, just make sure you have the php socket set correct. In … Continue reading LAMP? Or close to it on OSX (MacOS) Part 2
After debating for a while on wither I should actually setup a "LAMP" stack on my laptop to dev work, I decided to just do it. Most of the IDEs I looked at and the one I decided on, Aptana, do not really support complex PHP/SQL apps. So, lets do this. I've already been using … Continue reading LAMP? Or close to it on OSX (MacOS) Part 1
I'm not too concerned with supporting older browsers. Its not like thousands of people are checking this thing out. Found this little gem about doing some basic editing of the header.php file to tell everyone that we are running HTML5. I'm not really and good thing HTML5 supports HTML4 tags. Oh and I got this all in … Continue reading Theme Upgrade: Telling WP it is HTML5