Saving MySQL access credentials for your Linux User
To keep entering your access credentials everytime you need to connect to your MySQL database, you can store them on your user folder. Just create a .my.cnf file such as: [client] user=your_username_here password=your_user_password_here socket=/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock You can chmod 0600 that file to keep other users from reading it.
A Simple Device Diagram for Responsive Design Planning | Metal Toad Media
There are an ever-increasing number of devices with different screen resolutions to take into account with a responsive design, so we put together a simple but handy diagram that lists the most common device widths as of the present, along with overlays for potential device width ranges. A big shout out to creative partner Sisu…
Sam’s ultimate web performance tool and resource list
While preparing for my talk at Codemania I started filling my slides with links, clearly not something that scales. So, instead, here is a big list of interesting tools and resources that can help you journey through the murky waters of web performance. Originally posted on March 28, 2012 at 06:36PM at Sam’s ultimate web…
Caching and Scaling WordPress using Fragment Caching (Erick Hitter)