Thoughts neatly packaged into individual posts.

Twitter 1.1 API Original Size Image

October 3rd, 2013

I was hoping when I started to rebuild the┬áStartup and Play project to be able to grab a quick Twitter OAuth plugin that would allow users to register for the site. I found a plugin, specifically Nextend Twitter Connect, installed it and created my application on the developers site. It works! I was able to […]

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Twitter 1.1 API Original Size Image

On-Page HTML Anchor – The id Attribute

September 23rd, 2013

I was emailed by a client over the weekend and asked a relatively simple question concerning how to link to sections on the same page, similar to a table of contents for the current post or page. So here is a guide with a walk through process of using the WordPress editor to create a […]

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Wordpress On-page Anchor Links

Marathon Training – The Beginning

September 20th, 2013

This afternoon I was asked by a friend for any and all information I could give to a non-runner who is interested in marathon training. After thinking about it for a few hours and realizing I’m a few days away from registering for my first marathon, something that has been 2 years in the making, […]

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Marathon Training

Commit Code and Blog Everyday

September 17th, 2013

What GitHub Finally Made Me Realize Exactly a week ago I bit the bullet and spent $7/mo on GitHub for 5 private repos. I know, big money. Previously I used Git but it was through what now feels like the most arcane way possible, TortoiseGit, to my personal server. It was only me contributing on […]

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Commit Everyday

Custom WP_Query Using the WordPress Loop and Bootstrap

June 20th, 2013

Over the process of refreshing my personal website a lot of thought went into how I planned to display information – from portfolio pages to blog posts – all had to run on top of the Bootstrap framework and populate dynamically into fluid rows. What most find is that if the loop isn’t placed correctly […]

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WordPress Loop and Bootstrap