Monthly Archive:: March 2015
Recently I had a chance to work with the twilio API, and let me tell you; it’s quite confusing. Twilio is a service that allows you to send an SMS message with PHP, or other popular programming languages. They have a quick-start guide on GitHub that gives you a quick-start code sample. All of their samples work,
Absolutely! WooCommerce is a plugin built for the WordPress CMS (Content Management System). However, a client had an existing website built on the CakePHP framework, so we wanted to only take advantage of the e-commerce power of WooCommerce. Since we needed WordPress to power WooCommerce, this tutorial will provide instructions on WordPress core files to
Absolutely! Magento is built as an e-commerce shopping cart solution first, and a CMS (Content Management System) second. A client wanted to keep their existing CakePHP website, and take advantage of the power of the Magento shopping cart. This tutorial will help you if you want to use some elements of Magento such as a
Recently I installed CloudFlare’s Free SSL onto my site, and changed my site URL to https:// through the WordPress settings. All of the sudden, everytime I tried to go to /wp-admin, it would die in a redirect loop. There are a bunch of plugins out there that offer functionality that they say fix this, but
Blog comment spam is getting worse. With the rise of WordPress powered websites, and google SEO ranking heavily on content, there are more blog posts than ever before. Of course when wanting to engage your users, you enable comments and hope for the best. One blog in particular I was tasked with fixing blog spam
When you purchase BlueHost WordPress Hosting, you would hope that everything would work perfectly on it. However, in order to optimize it, they use nginx which causes weird issues with SSL URLs. If you’re on a BlueHost WordPress Hosting plan, and want to use an SSL certificate to secure your entire site, you’ll run into
Is your gravity forms having tabindex issues? Depending upon the other tabindexes on your site, you may need to change the starting tabindex of your forms in order for them to work correctly. The tabindex order is what the browser looks for when you hit the tab key, wanting to move to the next field.