Most of the thermostats on the market seem to be built to the cheapest possible price, without at all considering there’s an end user. The end user wants to be able to control the heating in their house easily. Ideally without reading a 100 page manual. Some would say a full touchscreen display, wifi and […]
Printers absolutely suck, which is why I switched to a small consumer thermal printer called the PeriPage. Yes thermal printing has some issues, but it is more affordable than ever, you never have to buy ink and China is bringing out some which are pretty cute. However, like many people in the UK, I sometimes […]
GOV.UK has a lot of services for capturing information, especially recently to deal with the coronavirus crisis. Is it time for GOV.UK Forms?
So, a friend of mine wanted to sell some face masks to a general audience but without using one of the big marketplaces who tend to take a large cut (and charge insane levels of delivery for small items, upwards of £10 for a face mask in some cases). I decided to make a simple […]
Nginx is fantastic for managing things such as personal servers, and proxying various bits and pieces to different places. One of the tasks I’ve wanted to do was to password protect a specific directory with a password, and not to use the crummy old username and password popup. This also allows you to potentially do […]
This should be a quick and rough guide to implementing custom fields in GravityForms. This documents a lot of the stuff we found out while building the first version of Cloud File Uploader (a neat plugin to allow you to upload files directly to cloud providers on your forms). GravityForms documentation on this subject is […]
For some reason in my short experience with Woocommerce, it seems to be massively extensible, yet some things Woocommerce really wants to fight against you in order to acomplish something that a client, and yourself think sound fairly basic. One such example is using the stock Woocommerce checkout and wantingto swap the order of the […]