Happy New Year! Ironically, I wasn’t happy on the first day of 2020. Near noon on January 1st, 2020, when I was working on AWS Cloud9, it’s getting slower and slower. Finally, it’s disconnected. When I checked on my router,… Read more »ISP problem enabled me to set up USB tethering from Android phones to macOS Mojave.
It happened at my client’s store, which running on Shopify. There’s strange “Default Title” text on some products page. The strong HTML tag wrapped that text. At first, I put on some jQuery scripts to remove it when the page… Read more »How to remove “Default Title” from Shopify store for good
The short answer is yes, over the years, it will. Although many people say no, I take it as not yet. It won’t replace those popular page builders anytime soon, but it will do it slowly but surely. Will Gutenberg replace page… Read more »Will Gutenberg replace page builders?
Long ago, I wrote about migrating from WordPress to Netlify. It turned out I was going back to WordPress until now. Hosting a static site will indeed be much faster than WordPress. However, it’s more difficult to manage compared to WordPress. So,… Read more »How To Make WordPress As Fast As Static Site
I bought this old laptop in 2012. It’s originally coming with Ubuntu 12.04. At that time, it’s the most suitable laptop for my job. It’s fast, powered with 2GiB RAM and Intel Core i3 1.4Ghz. However, I began to abandon… Read more »How I revive old laptop with latest Ubuntu version
First, Gitpod and Github are different companies. But Gitpod service will make your Github experience more delightful. Here is what you need to know about Gitpod if you’re Github user like me. The only cloud IDE which works seamlessly with Github It’s… Read more »What you need to know about Gitpod if you’re Github user
When it comes to making WordPress faster, everyone I know will suggest installing their own favorite caching plugins. But, how to make it faster without a caching plugin? The answer is yes, it is. How? The answer is Cloudflare. However, it’s not enough just… Read more »How to make WordPress faster without caching plugin
Today I read a notification about WordPress 5.2.4 release. Then, when I open up my e-mail, I see an e-mail that says they’ve updated my blog from 5.2.3 to that 5.2.4. The question is not whether you should upgrade or… Read more »Another reminder that WordPress update is important
I’ve been with my old domain registrar since 2012. It’s been seven years. There’s no problem with their service. But, when you found a better one, why don’t you switch? After making it as my new domain registrar, here are why… Read more »Why I consider Cloudflare as the best domain registrar