So I’ve recently just started a venture in which I thought would require a Facebook page – ya’know, for advertising and whatnot. So, with the page set up and everything good to go I just thought I’d invite everyone that I have friended on Facebook to like it. Unfortunately, there’s not an option to invite everyone on Facebook; so I search around a bit on Google and found a handy little piece of JavaScript that you put in your console that utilises the fact that the button(s) [used to] use check box inputs.

In this post I’m going to be writing briefly about how to configure your virtual hosts in XAMPP. However, because this is only brief, I’m going to make a couple of assumptions as to how your environment is setup:

  • Your local server runs on port 80
  • You can confidently modify system files
  • Your primary operating system is Windows

Recently, I’ve ran into an issue in which I’ve needed any posts published on a WordPress website to automatically be pushed to another WordPress website. It’s not amazingly difficult to fathom, but it’s a very useful piece of code. This post is only covering the raw basics of how to remotely publish by interfacing with a remote website’s XML-RPC API, but it’s a good snippet to have.

Well, I’ve finally setup a blog. To be 100% honest, WordPress probably isn’t something that I’m going to stay with for an extended period of time – I just needed something online for the time being until I’ve gotten around to developing something I like. Don’t get me wrong, WordPress is a fantastic platform and I’m happy to be one of the many developers that use it… but it can become boring when you work with it in your day-to-day life. Hence why this site, when I have the time, will receive a complete overhaul to present me with more of a challenge than WordPress does.

Regardless, I’ll keep posting my opinions, views and [possibly] code snippets whether anyone reads them or not!