How to Create a Donate Form for Nonprofit Organization using WordPress

Do you want to be able to accept donations on your nonprofit website? WordPress makes it easy for nonprofits to create a donation form and accept donations from their website. In this step by step guide, we’ll show you how to setup your own custom… Read More »

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Some Math Links

I read a few stories about math lately. One of them is a story by Kevin Hartnett about Francis Su, who believes math can be a gateway to a better life. To Live Your Best Life, Do Mathematics.:

Christopher, an inmate serving a long sentence for armed robbery who had begun to teach himself math from textbooks he had ordered. After seven years in prison, during which he studied algebra, trigonometry, geometry and calculus, he wrote to Su asking …


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Contest: I’ll Come To Your Office

I’ll fly to you and spend the day! Media Temple is sponsoring it, so it doesn’t cost either of us anything. Only one lucky winner, though. All you gotta do is fill out the form (with your email address) and explain why you’re interested. Enter by February 28, winners picked March 24.

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Intro to Vue.js: Animations

This is the fifth part in a five-part series about the JavaScript framework, Vue.js. In this last part of the series, we’ll cover Animations (if you know me at all, you probably knew this was coming). This is not intended to be a complete guide, but rather an overview of the basics to get you up and running so you can get to know Vue.js and understand what the framework has to offer.

Article Series:

  1. Rendering, Directives, and Events
  2. Components,


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A Poll on How Developers Run WordPress Locally

I really have no idea how this will turn out. I suspect a ton of you have run or are currently running WordPress locally, but I have no clear guess on what the most popular way is to do that right now.

Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post’s poll.

Let’s limit the poll to how you are actually doing it, not how you wish you were doing it. …


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This browser tweak saved 60% of requests to Facebook

Ben Maurer & Nate Schloss:

The browser’s reload button exists to allow the user to get an updated version of the current page. In order to meet this goal, when you reload, browsers revalidate the page that you are currently on, even if that page hasn’t expired yet. However, they also go a step further and revalidate all sub-resources on the page — things like images and JavaScript files.

So even if you’ve set proper expires headers for resources, hitting …


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What Really Makes a Static Site Generator?

I talk a lot about static site generators, but always about using static site generators. In most cases, it may seem like a black box. I create a template and some Markdown and out comes a fully formed HTML page. Magic!

But what exactly is a static site generator? What goes on inside that black box? What kind of voodoo is this?

In this post, I want to explore all of the parts that make up a static site generator. …


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How to Display WordPress Photos in Columns and Rows

Do you want to display WordPress photos in columns and rows? By default WordPress adds images in a vertical column on top of each other. However if you are adding multiple photos to a blog post, then this doesn’t look very clean and requires a… Read More »

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