I have recently picked up a Raspberry Pi Zero. Because of it’s size, it is small enough to fit about anywhere, but there isn’t always a free electrical socket nearby – however a PoE powered solution would be ideal. I’ve already heard there is an official PoE hat but this can only be used with […]
Learn more about Google OptiScore (Optimisation Score). A new tool within Google Ads to suggest improvements that can be made to your Ad campaigns.
This is a follow-up to the current stock image and video websites I use. My original post is from 2016, you can view it here. Overtime the websites that offer these resources can become defunct and new providers become available – my goal with these types of posts are to help other people and also […]
One of the most common speed testing services for Internet connections is Ookla’s Speedtest, and more often than not your ISP will either throttle your connection, or their network will slow down at peak times. Because of this, I wanted to make sure I am receiving the full connection speed which I am paying for. […]
This has just come to my attention today, the developer team at WordPress will be making changes to the minimum PHP versions required by the WordPress core in the upcoming months. This is tracked in the core discussion here, a news article from ZDNet also talks about this change here. Starting with WordPress 5.1, a […]
I thought i’d share this code, it may be help anyone who wants to have some sort of backward compatibility when using CSS3 gradients with Internet Explorer 7+. How does this work? Sass mixins and functions helps a lot with the ‘heavy-lifting’ and colour calculations. Let me explain the setup for Linear and Radial […]
First post of 2019! During the holidays I have been catching up on a backlog of video talks which I have been wanting to watch. I have embedded the videos below: HTTP Headers – The State of the Web This is a really good video, discussing some of the most common HTTP headers, how […]