The premise is simple: maintain a simple list with Alfred, use GeekTool to show it on your desktop.
The Alfred part will be a Keyword → Run Script Workflow. The keyword I’m using is
list, with an argument required.
I’ve got a LEMP stack, that is Linux (ubuntu), Nginx, MySQL, and PHP. It’s pretty common, but this should also work just fine for other LAMP stacks.
I want to backup some databases as well as web files, including some non-WordPress stuff.
There are tools out there like BackupBuddy that might be perfectly sufficient for your needs, especially if you want access to support forums and such.
But I like to dig into server-y stuff. Doing it this way will require a few things
I can’t really take credit for this, it’s just a slightly modified version of what’s available from this guy: http://atastypixel.com/blog/keeping-ichat-and-adium-status-in-sync-with-twitter/ You can use the instructions provided on that site to get this setup.
I increased the frequency and had to remove the tilde (~) from the path in the cronjob.
Sometimes a client will provide a bunch of photos – which is great – but when they’re in a bunch of different folders, it can be hard to sort through and find the right one. So, just toss your web-friendly photos into a directory on their website, and use the script below to nicely display all the photos. (more…)
If you ever need previous/next links for pages in WordPress, you may have noticed that it’s not a built in feature like it is for posts – at least as far as I can tell.
I suppose it’s understandable since pages don’t really have linear organization, but every now and then, the ability to simple click ‘next’ ‘next’ ‘next’ to cycle through some pages would be really handy. For instance, I work on a lot of sites for bed & breakfasts and they inevitably have a landing page for their rooms, then child pages for each individual room. These individual rooms pages often have “next room” and “previous room” links, plus one back to the main page. (more…)