UserSpice v.4.2.4 was released yesterday, but I had a few issues with its installation. I got the following errors:
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ',' in /users/init.php on line 49
Fix: change users/init.php line 45 from:
'host' => 'localhost'
‘mysql’ => array('host' => 'localhost',
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected 'else' (T_ELSE) in /users/user_settings.php on line 217
Fix: change users/user_settings.php line to 217 from:
In the following series of images I explore the 2014-2015 Battle of Donetsk Airport from Google Earth flyovers.
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Once a WordPress site is built out with themes, plug-ins, and what-not, the overall number of files necessary to transfer to the client increases. Each requests takes some time. Compiling code into fewer, smaller files can help speed the loading time for your visitors. One WordPress plug-in that enables this is Autoptimize.
Before using this plugin, this page requires 41 separate downloads:
After enabling Autoptimize, there are only 27 requests:
Some photos of my car I supercharged in the summer of 2015.
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Part of securing a WordPress installation is checking up on your file permissions. In order to prevent overwriting by malicious code, limit the permissions to read-only except where necessary.
Here’s a good start:
|Relative Path||Suggested permissions|
I should also mention that I highly recommend WordFence for securing the internal WP system itself.
“Yes, I love Dostoevsky, both my supervisor and I love him.”
The new normal way to breathe outside? Such an attractive respirator for a jog in the park:
Continue reading “enjoy “clean” air while you can…” »