I know there are lots of tutorial out there to setup and use Dnsmasq, but bare with me this is also for my own sake (so I don’t have to look on how to do it the next time I setup a computer from stratch).Continue reading “Resolve custom domain or .tld to local machine using Dnsmasq”
My wife and I recently came to the realization that we didn’t have a nice place to store all of the things that we to keep to remember our son Nolan who was stillborn.
So I asked my uncle to help us build a box from scratch. So we set sail for a whole weekend to learn the art of wood working.Continue reading “Wood working 101: creating a box from scratch”
The first thing one needs to do is identify your router gateway ip address. To do that simply check the routing table:
$ netstat -rn Routing tables Internet: Destination Gateway Flags Refs Use Netif Expire default 10.0.1.1 UGScI 83 0 en3 18.104.22.168 10.0.1.1 UGHS 3 262 en3
The top of the routing table will show the default gateway (make sure you are off the vpn to run that).
Next step is to go ahead and connect to the vpn (when doing so go to the network pannel and note your new ip address.Continue reading “VPN split tunneling on Mac default client (Cisco IPsec)”
Check out the slides here.
Check out the demo plugin on https://github.com/jonathanbardo/WC-Codeception-Demo
Building a simple but highly flexible contact & social widget that works well in the customizer is hard. This was our core philosophy while working on the version 1 of this plugin and I do hope it proves useful for many people out there. Please check out for new features and releases in the coming weeks.
Here is a screenshot of the contact widget as of version 1.0.0 (note that you can reorder most fields using simple drag and drop. This works on mobile as well.)
Mentionable is a plugin I’ve engineered (with all other amazing talent at XWP) while working on the 56th Grammy’s website. It allows you to link content inline using the familiar “@mention” syntax.
To read the full review, follow the link:
If you landed here is that you probably have a keen interest in bringing a more powerful search engine into your WordPress site and you have heard about Elasticsearch, the relatively new document oriented, RESTful search server based on Lucene.
There are many reasons why one uses Elasticsearch so I won’t get into much details, I will only show you the steps to get up and running with WordPress + Elasticsearch on your VPS server running ubuntu (or whatever linux distro you prefer but I will only show ubuntu commands)*.