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I been using git for a while and I messed up a few times, especially on what branch I’m on and merging branches. The other day, I had checked out a branch and did some changes to my code, when I was done I wanted to merge the changes to the master.
WordPress has come a long way since the beginning of just being a blog platform, with the community of theme and plugin developers, you can now do anything with the WordPress platform, you can create e-commerce, Intranet/Extranet, community and eLearning sites.
What are you using to monitoring your WordPress site?
I’m using New Relic, I been using New Relic for a long time and like it, when my site goes down (happens sometimes) New Relic will send me an notification.
I have put this information about git tags together, mostly so I do the right thing when I work with Git Repositories. It might be helpful information for anyone that working with git.
Winter time is great time for me to build mobile apps, I have three months full of spare time were I get the time to build apps, my other passion beside training for triathlon.
I recently installed a CodeIgniter 3.x application and another PHP application on a new server, I did run into some issues immediately, the apps were broken, it connected to the database. Did not allow me to insert new data, gave me an error, took me some time to figure it out, the issue was that MySQL on the new server was set to strict mode.
If you got the white screen after your last upgraded, you may want to read on. I will in this article explain how I go about debugging a site to find out what could cause the issue of a white screen.
If you are using the WordPress Yoast SEO Search Console, you might wonder what the soft 404 means, the SEO search console shows all the Google search crawl errors and issues related to your site.
The 503 page error means that the web server is currently unable to handle the HTTP request due to a temporary overloading of the server. It’s a temporary condition which will be alleviated after some delay. Some servers in this state may also simply refuse the socket connection, in which case a different error may be generated because the socket creation timed out.
I run into a problem with setting up the ChromeDriver for sitespeed.io, I did not fully understood theinstallation instructions that was outlined in the ChromeDriver Getting started guide, mainly because I was unfamiliar with including the ChromeDriver location in my PATH environment variable on the MacBook that I’m using.. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve updated PATH variables on Windows for years but never on a Mac.
This is what I did in the end
- Download the ChromeDriver executable.
- Place the driver in a folder – I choose to place it in /Users/<your name>/Documents/WebDriver
- Update your own PATH to point to /Users/<your name>/Documents/WebDriver.
- To do this:
Open up Terminal
Run sudo nano /etc/paths
Enter your password
Go to the bottom of the file and enter the path you wish to add
Control-x to quit
Y to save
- To double check, quit Terminal and relaunch it. Run echo $PATH. You should see your newly added path in the stream of other paths already there.
- Finally, update your sitespeed.io tests to run using ChromeDriver (include code snippet) and run your tests!
- If your PATH isn’t set up correctly you get an error message
That’s it, hope this helped you.