Author: hvidt

  • 2020 Year in Review

    I’m excited to reflect and look back on 2020 in my second ever “year in review” post. Take a look at my 2019 year in review for a summary of how my businesses started as well as our ”digital nomad” traveling. I’m finally sitting down to write this review.  I think I recently got hit […]

  • The dream; sipping on coconuts on the beach with a laptop and cashing in cheques. Everyone who meet us thinks we have a chill, easy life doing it nomad style. If you are thinking about living the Digital Nomad life, then here’s some of the challenges that I’ve experienced. I’ve been in Asia with my […]

  • Year in Review 2019

    I have never done a Year in Review post before, so this is exciting! Please excuse me if the formatting is a little off as I’m trying to improve my writing skills by posting regularly as a part of my Year of Content challenge for 2020. Since this is the first review, I’ll start off […]

  • Morgan and Lari together in front of a 2020 sign

    I’m writing this is anticipation of 2020. And yes, as the title states I’ll be setting myself a personal and business growth challenge by taking on my self proclaimed ‘year of content‘ to create more valuable SEO content. I’ve spent the last 1.5 years working on building up a few WordPress businesses from nothing with […]

  • Screenshot of clobber tag in VS Code

    This is strange error that has occurred recently when I’ve been trying to Push to my Github repo from VS Code or SourceTree. I don’t have too much time to dive into why the issue happens, but In short you need to bring your Git tags up to date with the remote repository. Fetch the […]

  • Git Submodule Small Cheatsheet

    I’m in the process of seeing if using Git Submodules can help simplify my workflow when it comes to building freemium WordPress plugins. This serves as a small cheat sheet to help me remember some important submodule specific commands. Clone a repository with nested submodules Clone a repository and automatically include all submodules using –recursiveYou […]

  • Gutenberg has been growing on me and I’m using it for most sites now. I’ve finally decided to jump into the space, but there are already a lot of third-party block plugins. Instead I’ve been developing a plugin that restricts content from all exisiting blocks using various conditions. Naturally this gives the plugin the name […]

  • I’m diving into the Gutenberg block editor and it’s a big change! I spent ages trying to find out how to access and grab data from each block using JavaScript. Here is a short snippet, I might have time to expand on this later. First up, let’s access the Gutenberg editor data. We can then […]

  • I’ll show you how to set custom admin sidebar menu positions for WordPress plugins and themes in this post. When you set up your administrator option page it may generally look like the below. Now we just want to set the priority of the admin_menu action, that will determine where your ‘My Options’ page will […]

  • Emmet is super useful for writing code quickly. Unfortunately it’s not support right out of the box when working with Vue files in Atom. Luckily it’s easy to get it up and running!

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