Intro In a bid to standardize the email signatures for my day job I was posed an interesting question. Could we use an iframe to pull a custom layout from a website into the email signature? I have a feeling I knew the answer but I wanted to make sure to explore all the options. […]
Health Battle When my own appendix tried to kill me and almost succeeded This isn’t exactly a tech-oriented article but I thought it was important to share my story. There are two main chapters of my experience I want to share. The first part focuses on the events that took place at the end of […]
Intro Trying to figure out how to download and save images from Google Sheets has to have been one of the more frustrating things I’ve had to figure out for something that should be so simple. I spent hours looking at blog posts that wanted you to save to a zip file, or publish to […]
Intro Hey everyone Patrik CK here with a new series aimed at helping those of you looking to make the switch from SketchUp to Blender but who may be worried that learning a whole new program from scratch may be just too daunting. I mean just looking at the interface of Blender is enough to […]
For most people the abysmal excuse for what WordPress calls a log in screen it is just an annoying step to get to the dashboard but I rather think of it as the homepage for client access. If you spent the time to build a amazing, beautiful, and immersive site why leave this one aspect as dull as it is, when in just a few steps you can make it something you and clients will actual like to visit? Right, there isn’t any reason.
An important WordPress website development step is securing your site with an SSL so you can use HTTPS. There are two ways to make sure HTTPS is the first link