I’ve been trying to set up debugging on and off with SublimeText over the years, and I never quite got it right.
Today I was determined to make it work and finally I managed.
I am currently working on some site redesigns and as usual, I started to take a look around for some inspiration. It was then that I came across ‘Design for Conversions’, by Brian Casel.
Now this is not your typical web design book, what caught my eye is that Brian is specifically talking about design for a particular purpose, in this case conversions. In reality, we all want better conversions for our sites, don’t we? However not all design books and resources take that into consideration.
WordPress is the blog platform of choice for neophyte and advanced bloggers alike. Powering over 70 million blogs, this avant-garde Web technology allows anyone with a passion for self-expression to publish their thoughts, even if these folks think that CSS, PHP and Ruby on Rails are public transit networks.
How often do you forget your password? If you’re like the rest of us, it seems like it happens every other minute. Passwords are one of the worst parts of the web. They are a constant blockade between where we are and where we need to be, they waste billions of dollars worth of time every year, and creating a new one feels worse than cleaning a toilet. On top of all that, we have to remember more than 25 of them!
Ever had one of those moments when you’d rather pay someone than try to debug a piece of your code on your own? Or had to change a small portion of your website but didn’t know how? Or had a template that needed modifications but you needed to focus on your business instead? These kind of problems are now over, because you can get help at Codeable!
Today I want to share my review of one of the best books I’ve read in the past months, The Year Without Pants by Scott Berkun. It’s a book that has been selected as one of Amazon’s best books of 2013, and in my opinion anyone who works with WordPress should go through it.