It’s that time again…time for holiday season advent calendars! 24 Ways - the seminal web developer’s advent calendar, running since 2005! Performance Calendar - mostly about website performance UXmas - advice for user experience design SysAdvent - systems administration topics Perl Advent - for the Perl fanatics – I know you’re out there! It’s a Shape Christmas - features creative artwork […]
I recently switched to SiteGround for hosting my sites, including this one. I lay out my rationale, along with the steps taken to make the move happen. I also reflect on the benefits of the move and how I found the process.
It’s sometimes a challenge to find quality content online about WordPress at a suitable skill level. Multiple sites have attempted to be a hub for news and other content about WordPress – some are still around, and others are not. The people of ManageWP have made public their new efforts on this front.
Agreed. It shouldn't be necessary to remove content unless it is problematic, outdated, or just unneeded. .NET Magazine moved some of its online content to Creative Bloq, but left out much of the existing content. I know I've bookmarked a number of articles from the former's website, so will have to look for those and update them if possible. Fortunately I've for some time used Evernote to clip and archive useful web content for later reference, just in case. This may well not be the case for the larger web however, though the Web Archive may be of some help.
- Internet Explorer
- Unit Testing
- Visual Studio
- Web Development
- Windows 8