Last week an interesting issue came up for a client. Somehow a few posts were moved from Published to Draft. Unfortunately, post status isn’t stored in revisions so it’s unlikely we’ll ever know who or how it happened. Luckily there’s a simple solution I found to log all post status transitions in post meta:
I recently worked on migrating a site to a different server and for one reason or another, some of the images did not come over properly. While I could have just re-downloaded and re-imported all of the media, it would have taken quite a while since the media library was well over 100Gb. Instead, I opted to use WP-CLI to help find what images were missing:
On March 25th I ordered a “Free Shipping SUSINO New Men’s Travel Bag For Storaging Electronic Parts Cosmetic Bag Casual Outdoor Storage Bag” from AliExpress. It was on sale for $6.75, normally $18.24.
To be honest, I wasn’t getting my hopes up about quality. Luckily, I was wrong. Already, I’m enjoying this bag. It’s taken all of the loose and under-fitting items that used to live loosely in the dark depths of my messenger bag and has given them a home.
Glancing at the pictures on my phone while ordering, I had assumed that the layout was a cross pattern of elastic, similar to the Grid-It! organizers. It was not. That’s fine though, because it works well with what it has. I was very happy with all that I could fit inside. I even had enough room left to fit in a couple new items. Read More »
Having a secure way to manage your usenet downloads of the hit movie Big Buck Bunny with SABnzbd+ is great, but one problem/feature of Let’s Encrypt is that the SSL certificates expire only after three months, requiring plenty of renewals. Luckily this can be easily scripted and forgotten.