March 20, 2013 | Filed under: web dev
If you have your own dedicated server, this tip might be useful for you. Today I was researching some image optimization techniques for WordPress. I tried WP-Smush.it, but it wouldn’t play nice with my server. Following a support thread from the developer, I was directed to the CW Image Optimizer plugin. The plugin requires a Linux library called littleutils. If this sounds at all useful to you, see the quick tip after the jump.
While working on a recent project, I needed to grab all of the attachments that match the MIME type “image/jpeg”, find the thumbnail, and wrap it in an anchor tag that links to the full size. The $post object became really useful. I figured I’d post up a reference of what properties are available through [...]
It seems every couple months I get completely fed up with this website and vow to redesign and refactor it. Well, it’s happening again. I think this is the third rendition of the site, and while it looks half decent, there’s really no structure at all. That’s got to change. Until I decide what I [...]