Nitrous.io has always been one of our favorite cloud development options. It offers a robust feature set, a lot of easy-to-manage tools, and a gorgeous interface to boot. Recently the company announced a return to its much-loved free tier. All...

Earlier, I talked about using a Chromebook for web development. I had a lot of nice things to say, and the experience was a productive one. Long story short, it’s absolutely possible to develop full-time with only a Chromebook. But...

We’ve had to convert a ton of corrupted WordPress databases. Because WordPress is an open platform, it doesn’t take long before some plugin wanders in, plops a bunch of non-UTF-8 crap into the database, then leaves us screwed. Stuck with...

Today, we’re not going to be content to sail the known. We’re not going to sit by with our prototypical WordPress knowledge. No, we’re going to go out. Way out. Today’s WordPress: X-Files Edition has us tackling the following problem:...

Last October, I hove my way over to Best Buy and bought myself an Acer Chromebook. Not because I needed a new junker-top. No — I bought it to use as a work horse. And for exactly one month, I...

I absolutely love ServerPilot. It’s a phenomenal service, and it takes the drudgery out of spinning up a baller Linux box. Of course installing the LAMP stack manually at some point is a great learning experience, but overall, the man...

Today’s entry in the realm of overly-complicating otherwise pretty simple stuff, let’s look at an area central to all our hearts — styling text via HTML. Specifically, we’ll be looking at when to use 1<b> && <i> as well as...

Today’s topic is so simple you’ve (likely) never thought about it that hard. If you’re being Jane “Knows-it-All” Coder, and you want to properly add Google Fonts to your current project, should you use inline HTML links, or a CSS...