This code snippet will show you how you can disable caching of enqueued scripts in WordPress in your development/staging environment(s) but not in your production environment.
define( 'WP_ENV', 'development');
(replace ‘development’ with whatever label you want for each environment, such as ‘staging’, ‘production’, etc.)
We’re now going to tell our enqueued scripts to either:
It is rare that I find a plugin/framework that gets me so excited. One of these days I will have to publish a list of my favorites. Today I am here to talk about Carbon Fields for WordPress.
Let me begin by saying that Advanced Custom Fields Pro is one of my favorite plugins, and I probably use it more than any other (maybe on par with Redis Object Cache). I have a developer’s license for it. It is amazing and also a bargain! I wish that I could use it for everything!
That said, some of the things that make ACF Pro amazing, like Repeater field and Options pages, are not redistributable for free (as in beer) plugins. I totally understand and respect why – I would do the same thing. However, there are times when I make a plugin that I just want to give …
Over the years, I have used several dedicated and cloud hosting companies. I thought that I would share my opinions on them (as far as the features that I’ve used among them).
Although I have tried Microsoft Azure and the Google Cloud Platform, I preferred the interface of AWS and/or the price of other options, so I did not give them much of a trial. As a result, they will not be included much in this article. I also do not have a DevOps background so I will not be discussing HA or load balancing a lot.
I used to be a die-hard promoter of AWS (I still use them for some of their specialty services, and recommend them depending on infrastructure needs).
I just received my new MST3k pillow cases. You will be greeted by them when you visit my next apartment.
I have to get new pillows for them though. These didn’t fit right and were different sizes. I just used whatever I could find around the house.
I’ve tried several of the video streaming devices on the market and I thought that I would share my recommendations for those in the market for one.
Units that I have tried include:
Price: $49 and up
I was excited when the Amazon Fire TV came out. At the time, I was an exclusive Roku user, but Roku had not updated their units in quite some time and they were beginning to feel sluggish. The Fire TV promised a significant speed boost, and it delivered in that respect. However, it was disappointing for other reasons.