My not-so-inner nerd got excited when I read that principal photography for the 2016 Stars Wars: Rogue One has begun with an official cast announcement.
Rogue One takes place before the events of Star Wars: A New Hope and will be a departure from the saga films but have elements that are familiar to the Star Wars universe. It goes into new territory, exploring the galactic struggle from a ground-war perspective while maintaining that essential Star Wars feel that fans have come to know.
For years I have been using a simple function to add a custom WordPress avatar image to the list of defaults in the Discussion section of the admin dashboard. You have probably seen some iteration of my code solution elsewhere and there was nothing particularly magical about it other than it worked perfectly … until today.
Like Spring cleaning, I have been putting off finding a solution that would make it easy for me to organize icon sets I use in my design projects. I don’t know about you but I have sets on my MacBook, my iMac, in Drive, and Dropbox. Whenever it is time to find that “right set,” I have undoubtedly forgotten where I stored it.
With the redesign of this blog, I knew I wasn’t going to be using the WordPress featured image functionality all that often. When I did, I wanted the ability to show image attributions for copyright holders or to give props back to a colleague using image captions.
After a quick cursory Google search, I realized what I wanted to accomplish wasn’t difficult and there are several published solutions available. I found an answer which functionally returned the WordPress image caption but fell a bit short as it would display an empty
figcaption element when no caption had been set.
Ciel and I crashed mom’s work event where she scored her very first palleta. Judging by the tranquil look on her face, I foresee more of these treats in the future.
I found these awesome two-wheelers parked outside of a La Villita Historic Arts Village cafe in downtown San Antonio. This is commuting with a dash of flair.
Endnotes is a free WordPress footnotes plugin that provides a simple solution for adding footnotes, references, notes, and citations to your posts or pages.
After an intake meeting with a potential client, we were treated to a beautiful Spanish classical guitar piece that just set the rest of the day off right.