When I first got introduced to the world of the ESP8266, I had a real hard time to find a way to flash the firmware of the ESP8266-01 with an Arduino Uno. Many existing tutorials took essential information for granted or required additional hardware like a FTDI Serial TTL-232 USB cable, a USB-to-serial converter or… Continue reading Flash ESP8266-01 with Arduino Uno
Small changes can cause big improvements. Todays topic is about small css improvements, resulting in visual feedback for your visitors and improvements to your blogs user interface. Most of the CSS below only works in the newest browsers, but it shouldn’t prevent you from using it. Don’t just change the color of the link, provide… Continue reading Provide visual feedback using CSS #1
In my last article about WordPress, Canonical URL’s, Optimized Permalinks, I explained why and how I easily managed to change my blogs permalinks structure with Dean’s Permalinks Migration plugin without the hassle of 404s or duplicate content.
I updated my WordPress permalinks from an old-fashioned and quite outdated /%year%/%monthnum%/%day%/%postname%/ to the more optimized structure /%post_id%-%postname%/. Although I still like it if I can see the date and the entry title at a glance, the new structure has two advantages: the new permalink structure is in some cases faster because of the way… Continue reading Canonical URL’s, Optimized Permalinks