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WordPress RDF Source Makeover

I love looking at beautiful source-code output. However WordPress tends to spit code out in random chunks, often leaving spaces, line breaks, and tabs littered throughout the source output. This messes things up. Lists don’t look like lists and logically written code often appears scattered along the page carelessly. Often, this is the result of poorly written PHP, which can be manipulated to write beautifully aligned code that looks as good as it works. Continue reading »

Monzilla Media Service Menu

Monzilla Media is a small, multidisciplinary design firm specializing in web development, graphic design, and multimedia services. Here is a complete list of services provided by Monzilla Media (as of February 19th, 2006): Continue reading »

Marquee Madness

For reference purposes.. Marquee Madness <marquee width=”50%”>Marquee Madness</marquee> So accepts the width attribute, like <img> tags. Continue reading »

Pipe Symbols

Useful reference for content creators working with code snippets: Name Symbol Code Broken pipe symbol ¦ &#166; Unbroken pipe symbol | &#124; Continue reading »

Pathetic Phishing Attempt

For a good laugh, consider the following email message: Subject: Attention! Several VISA Credit Card bases have been LOST! Good afternoon, unfortunately some processings have been cracked by hackers, so a new secure code to protect your data has been introduced by visa. You should check your card balance and in case of suspicious transactions immediately contact your card issuing bank. If all transactions are alright, it doesn’t mean the card is not lost and cannot be used. Probably, your […] Continue reading »

WordPress Notes Plus

Welcome to Perishable Press! This article covers many different aspects of WordPress functionality, including customizing quicktags, deleting the cache, numbering comments & posts, changing password text, and displaying archive menus. Note that this article was written for previous versions (i.e., less than 2.0) of WordPress. Discrepancies may exist between the code presented in this post and that of more recent versions of WordPress. Nonetheless, this information is presented for references purposes with the hope that it will prove useful for […] Continue reading »

Scenes from Deep Space

The Millennium Falcon speeds through deep space, closely followed by a firing Imperial Star Destroyer. A large asteroid about the same size as the Falcon tumbles rapidly toward the starship. The tiny Falcon banks to avoid the giant asteroid as smaller rocks pelt its surface. Then the small craft roars under the asteroid which explodes harmlessly on the hull of the vast Star Destroyer. Ready, are you? What know you of ready? For eight hundred years have I trained Jedi. […] Continue reading »

Website in Development

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Duis ligula lorem, consequat eget, tristique nec, auctor quis, purus. Vivamus ut sem. Fusce aliquam nunc vitae purus. Aenean viverra malesuada libero. Fusce ac quam. Donec neque. Nunc venenatis enim nec quam. Cras faucibus, justo vel accumsan aliquam, tellus dui fringilla quam, in condimentum augue lorem non tellus. Pellentesque id arcu non sem placerat iaculis. Curabitur posuere, pede vitae lacinia accumsan, enim nibh elementum orci, ut volutpat eros sapien nec sapien. Suspendisse […] Continue reading »

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Perishable Press is operated by Jeff Starr, a professional web developer and book author with two decades of experience. Here you will find posts about web development, WordPress, security, and more »
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I built a new search launchpad to make my life easier. So I can search multiple engines quickly and easily.
Updating all muh plugins for WP 5.5 imminent release! Wut August :)
Book updates complete! DigWP, .htaccess, Tao-WP, and WP Themes books all updated and current with all the latest.
Stop giving so much juice to social media. Get a site and OWN your content.
I would give my left testicle for macOS Finder to remember column widths.
The chemical name for titin (the largest known protein) has 189,819 characters and takes several hours to pronounce.
Working on book updates, should be available for download sometime next week.
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