iOS8 Blur effect with CSS for the web using BlurJS – Blurred Translucent Overlay

Hey everyone, One of the trending things right now is to create a blurred translucent overlay. In this tutorial I’m going to explain how to make an iOS7 blur effect with CSS.  This is often seen in iOS7 designs (like the picture below): Luckily, for you jQuery users, blurJS will be a special treat for you. What… Read more »

How to install Logstalgia on Mac and use with ssh tunnels

If you’re not familiar with Logstalgia, it’s a really neat log visualization application that parses server logs (apache, nginx, or otherwise) into a fun Atari pong-like graphical interface. This is a tutorial on How to install Logstalgia on Mac and use with ssh tunnels. Before we get into this, let me give you a fair warning…… Read more »

How to create a completely custom login and register page in WordPress with custom HTML, password strength meter, CAPTCHA (using reCAPTCHA), and front and back end validation

In this tutorial I’m going to walk through a custom login and register page in WordPress that is independent of the native WordPress login and registration system. It can be a pain to work with WordPress’ native login/register forms to make them your own and work well, so this is my suggested method of doing something… Read more »

How to install and setup a Mumble server on CentOS 7

In this tutorial I’m going to walk through how to install and setup a Mumble server on CentOS 7. I was initially going to use a MySQL server instead of using their default SQLite but it seems it’s better to just use what they give you. Let’s start by going to http://wiki.mumble.info/wiki/Main_Page and downloading the latest… Read more »

WordPress function to show all filters attached to a hook

This is just a quick little code snippet for a function that will WordPress function to show all filters attached to a hook. All this will do is print out all the functions attached to the hook. This means that anything added with something like add_filter( ‘the_content’, ‘some_function’ ); would be able to be printed out… Read more »

Add batcache to your WordPress site (nginx + APC + php-fpm + batcache)

This is a continuation of my other blog post(s) – Install nginx, php-fpm, APC, MariaDB, and phpMyAdmin on CentOS 6 and How to install a web server on CentOS 7 using nginx, php-fpm, MariaDB, and firewalld. This is just a simple post about installing Batcache (the best caching plugin for WordPress IMHO) and fixing it to output the… Read more »