0 Provide your users a world-class post-visit experience I liked the idea of using RemindToRead.com on this site when I saw it on Hacker News the other day. I got in touch with Leonard Bogdonoff and expressed interest. He, in turn, offered to let me test it out here at longren.io. Leonard setup some JS […]

0 A Dockerfile That Provides Quick WordPress Development Environments Back in May of this year I started playing around with Docker quite a bit. Took me a bit to wrap my brain around everything Docker can do, wish I had read this article from Adam Ierymenko before starting. Anyway, Docker describes itself as such: Docker […]

0 It really is the world’s most simple server monitoring service Best of all, Ping.gg is currently free! Ping.gg will ping your server constantly, with an interval of 10 seconds. Victor, the ping.gg creator, will be releasing all the Go code on GitHub eventually, but will keep the UI/PHP pieces to himself. It sounds like […]

0 Now on GitHub Took a bit longer than I wanted, but the source for passwds.io is up on GitHub now. It’s extremely simple, using Twitter Bootstrap, straight PHP, jQuery, and the jQuery prettySocial plugin for the social buttons at the bottom of the site. Passwords are generated using pwgen-php from Superwayne. pwgen-php was forked […]

2+ WooCommerce & Schema.org Is Awesome Adding schema.org markup to a well coded WordPress theme is relatively straight forward and doesn’t take very long to get setup. I covered how to add schema.org markup to your WordPress theme in a previous post, but I recently needed to apply schema.org markup to an e-commerce site using […]