As the astute observer may have noticed, my thing-a-week puttered out around 7 to 8 weeks in. What have I been up to the past 6 months? Not just sitting around, but not really developing much to share either. I’ll be trying my best to get back into the swing of things over the next […]
After a few weeks break, I’m back, with the stuff I had nearly finished last month. Here’s a nifty tool I’ll be expanding over time to hopefully include nearly every morse code standard imaginable.
I spent last week feeling miserable from a cold, which is why I didn’t post anything, so I’m planning on having two things finished this week to make up for it. For now, I wrote a little class that generates wav files when fed morse code. I’ve set up a page that will simply return […]
I recently read an old blog post called “How to Create Perfect Pre Tags” and thought it was pretty awesome, and then a day or two later I saw it (or something very similar) was in use on Flattr.com as well. However, I found “perfect” to be an inaccurate moniker. Some of the problems: long […]
Major update to the Dashboard Site Notes plugin, more work into it than it took to write the original version. I also did a major update on the Custom Post Type Archive plugin last week.
I’ve been working on a plugin that needs to print a list of all role names with a checkbox next to them. But when you get the printable role name from $wp_roles->roles[$x]['name'], you only get the English name. The translation isn’t stored anywhere in $wp_roles. Also, since it’s a variable, you can’t use one of […]
I was pretty busy with “real” work this week, so I’m posting a bit late. Next week will come early. I had an idea for a dumb game so I made it.
I’m planning to make a potentially not-safe-for-work post in the future, so I figured I’d put together a plugin to handle it without offending anyone. Here is the WordPress plugin.
This week I finished my hopefully bug-free plugin . You can also enjoy this timelapse video that I actually made a few weeks ago of the basil plant in my kitchen.
I use Opera as my primary web browser. I also use YouTube. They go together pretty well, except for one little thing: The byte-order mark (BOM) that YouTube sticks, seemingly randomly, in the middle of nearly every single comment. Now, I realize that even assuming someone would want to actually read YouTube comments is a […]