April 4, 2020
You point your domains at your favorite web host. Then send that incoming traffic into appropriate directories on your server. But how does that traffic reliably land in the correct Site in Craft? This post fills in the missing bits.
April 1, 2020
Brandon Kelly, founder of Pixel & Tonic, the company behind Craft CMS, talks with me about the current state of the Craft CMS community as we enter our third week of COVID-19 pandemic lock-downs.
March 31, 2020
We’ve noticed some encouraging numbers from our Craft CMS plugin sales. We wanted to pass the encouragement on to other developers and clients.
March 25, 2020
Global pandemic? Economy grind to a halt? Now’s the time to build.
March 20, 2020
Take it from some old timers; this too shall pass. As we just now start making sense of how our new world is going to be post-COVID-19, I talk with a few old friends who have been through this sort of thing before: Jason Siffring, Matt Weinberg and Eva Passalacqua. We have a lot of positive things to say. I hope you’ll listen and walk away motivated.
March 19, 2020
Right now there is a business in your town that needs you, a small mom and pop shop that is going to go under due to the current Coronavirus pandemic. You have the experience, talent and skills to bring that business to safety. This is your Dunkirk moment.
March 18, 2020
Free licenses to Freeform and Calendar for those in need.
March 9, 2020
So you want to curate the search results pages on Craft CMS. Maybe you want to charge your listing customers for a premium featured spot when certain searches are conducted. Maybe you want to bubble specific results up to the top of search depending on specific keywords. Read on to see how we did it for Here Comes The Guide.
February 27, 2020
Sometimes you have to stare down a herd of stampeding horses. It helps to see clearly through the right lens and it helps to have a friend along.
February 13, 2020
A boring car is a great car. An invisible butler is a great butler. In the right setting, one of the best things to be is inconspicuous, unassuming, undemanding. In this podcast episode we hear part 2 of Scott Hutcheson where we talk about how difficult it is to create something so reliable that it feels invisible.