Category: General

Using WPDirectory

Using WPDirectory for regex searching all code in the WordPress Plugin and Theme Directories might sound cool, but what would you actually do that for? That is what we are going to find out! I believe the most important use for WordPress to date has been checking the use of features/functions across Plugins and Themes

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First Gutenberg Plugin

As Gutenberg’s release approaches, with the release client for WordPress 5.0 set for a weeks time, I wanted to get to grips with what this meant for WordPress development. I settled for scratching a personal itch for my first project and created Kebo Code, a syntax highlighting plugin which processes the highlighting live in the

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DotaData

I want to give a quick preview of the DotaData service I have been working on, salvaging some of the work put into creating a Dota2 community site a few years ago. One of several features is Tooltips for links to the dota2, dotabuff and opendota websites: Heroes like Dragon Knight, Monkey King and Lion.

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WPDirectory Reveal

I am excited to reveal my latest project WPDirectory, a web tool which allows lightning fast regex searching of the entire WordPress Plugin & Theme Directories. Why? When I first saw the WordPress Plugin Directory Slurper tool was used to download every available Plugin in the Directory so the files could be searched locally I

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Looking Back

I started web development just over 6 years ago. Follow along as I look back through my experiences, successes and mistakes. From my first PHP website being full of injected code after a month, to my first WordPress plugin reaching 120,000+ active installs and filling the 70GB disk of a server with a single log file.

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New Site

I am really pleased to finally put the new design of my site live. I have scrapped the content too, as I will using the website in a different way. I believe this site is a lot more fitting for the work I currently do and a much better reflection of myself. Mostly I will

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