I have some old, usually forgotten Wordpress sites. It happens like clutter in your office. These old sites, that will never be updated, still generate requests for updates, they get spam, if you have something like Wordfence installed, you get reminders, and they are potential holes for hackers (if you ...

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Most people will never need such a thing in a Wordpress site, but outside the boxes of blogging, where Wordpress is a Swiss Army Knife, there are situations where you need to run a script or do something on a regular interval. Maybe it's polling social media. Maybe it's updating ...

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You gotta celebrate the small things, right? https://twitter.com/cogdog/status/684530155939737600 What I will detail may likely benefit no one else beyond me should I ever lose my notes. But, writing about the process is... well what I like to do. So, for the lesser informed, MySQL is the "world's most popular open source database" (thought ...

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From the start of SPLOTs we recognized an inherent problem with not asking for people who use them to create accounts / share info-- there would be no way for them to modify what they wrote or shared once it was put in. The same thing happened with the UDG ...

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The small project started by Maha Bali and Rebecca Hogue is growing as more people get involved with bridging educational conferences with people who cannot attend in person. We have an active Slack (funny words together), and plans in motion for at least 5 upcoming conferences. Heck, there might be ...

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