Memento mori

One day you will be gone. What defines your legacy, is not the gadgets you had, but what impact you left behind. One day your name will be forgotten. But your legacy will live on. Your impact will live on in others, even if they don’t know your name. One day your words will be […]

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Install and update translations in WordPress with Composer

Using Composer is a great way of organizing your WordPress project, with WordPress itself, plugins and themes declared as dependencies. However, an issue I’ve often seen is how you install translation files and keep them updated. Koodimoonni’s repository There is a very cool project by Koodimonni, who have created a Composer repository of some of […]

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Wildcard certificate from Let’s Encrypt with CloudFlare DNS

If you’re using CloudFlare to host your DNS, there is a plugin for the official Let’s Encrypt client Certbot you can use to easily acquire and renew wildcard certificates from Let’s Encrypt. CloudFlare API credentials Since we’re going to use CloudFlare’s DNS to verify our domain for Let’s Encrypt, we (or rather Certbot) will need […]

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Debug and profile your WordPress sites with Xdebug in Local by Flywheel (using PhpStorm)

This article is not an introduction to neither Xdebug, Local by Flywheel nor PhpStorm, but shows you how you can get started with debugging and profiling your WordPress sites in PhpStorm when using Local by Flywheel as a local development environment. You should already know what Xdebug is before reading this article. This is how […]

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