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Vimgrep FTW

Have I mentioned that I love Linux and the awesome little tools it comes with? Granted vimgrep is not a “Linux” tool itself but rather a function used within vim to do a recursive search throughout a folder structure.

Usage

Ensure you are at the root of your project in (Read more...)

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WordPress Plugin: Dashboard Widgets Suite | Perishable Press

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Over the years, I’ve assembled a collection of Dashboard widgets that I use frequently on various sites. I find the WordPress Dashboard to be a convenient location for posting notes, viewing debug and error logs, and displaying social media icons, RSS feeds, and other useful information. I find these widgets (Read more...)

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Nexcess Safe Harbor – Don’t Settle for Just Any Port in the Storm

https://www.nexcess.net/nexcess-magento-1-safe-harbor/

Created by experts in Magento hosting, Safe Harbor provides malware detection and threat monitoring for your store after Magento 1 reaches End of Life. Ensure your Magento 1 stores are protected long past June 2020 by taking Safe Harbor.

Source: Nexcess Safe Harbor Don’t Settle for Just (Read more...)

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Real-time Image Processing and Image CDN for WordPress – OptiMole

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Optimole is an all-in-one image optimization solution for WordPress & beyond.

It processes your images in real-time and it’s fully cloud-based (doesn’t strain your server).

Source: Real-time Image Processing and Image CDN for WordPress – OptiMole

Original Article by Linux Shtuff

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Batch convert images to webp format – DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻

You can batch convert image files with Python. One of the newer image formats is webp. WebP is an image format employing both lossy and lossless compression.

In theory, this image format is smaller than others. You can convert images in a directory with the python script below

Source: Batch (Read more...)

Original Article by Linux Shtuff