If your previous Apache setup stopped working after updating to MacOS High Sierra, then this post should be useful for you. On every update of the MacOS it ships with its own version of Apache and PHP and creates a new install that overrides your configuration.
2017 went by so quickly and 2018 already started. Recapping the highlights of 2017 I can say I’ve achieved 3 out of the 5 goals I set earlier this year.
- I’ve managed to finally revamp the design of this blog and made it mobile friendly, it is not 100% where I want it yet.
- Started my own channel on Youtube. Just Another Dang How To Channel and gained around 170+ subscribers and 48K views in the first year.
- Passive income added with some investments in term deposit and bought more Philippine stocks
Then I set out some very ambitious projects that I started but lost steam
- Registered Quonsepto Limited company
- Started to create a WP plugin
- Signed up for Merch by Amazon
For 2018 I won’t put too much attention on the money aspect of doing something. I want to do some damn fine work, something that I enjoy doing and I feel proud of showing it to others.
- Improve my listing for Merch By Amazon
- Improve the video quality on my Youtube channel
- Enhance the usability and creativity of this blog
- Build my Quonsepto company
For the financial side of things, this is kinda ambitious and far fetch but would like it to be a reality.
- Pay off the Philippine house loan by the end of 2018
- Save enough for a downpayment for new house in NZ for 2019.
After a long hiatus on developing on WordPress, I’m back. Finally, I have a fresh new look for the website with a new theme built from scratch. I’ve spent about roughly 30 hours building this theme. Relearning some basic and core CSS3, HTML5, and WordPress. I’ll be posting a video soon on how to build a responsive theme from scratch.
I intend to release this theme for free. It is in its early stage that has flaws but good enough to get it out there.
Want to create a simple component that any user with System Admin rights can quickly change the text attributes. This component is so easy to create and I’m sharing the process on how to create on here. This component is for non-classic Community template.
Step 1: Launch the Developer Console
Step 2: Create a Lightning Bundle and give it a name
Step 3: Edit the component and specify implements and create the attributes you want, then build the HTML.
Step 4: Create a design file where you specify the design attributes from the component.
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