During the Praxis bootcamp, participants are expected to make every single day a non-zero day. Most participants ask us to hold them accountable, so they email one of our staff each day and that person emails them the next day if they miss a check-in. This takes an enormous number of emails, staff overhead to keep track of, and is difficult to search. Here is my solution to that problem.
Category Archives: development
Earlier this week I did a major revamp of cagrimmett.com. It started with redesigning my page templates to include a sidebar, then it morphed into making a long-standing goal of mine reality: Reviving the posts from my old 2008-2012 WordPress blog and getting them into Jekyll while preserving old links. Here's how I did it.
When I learned about the Micro.blog project by Manton Reece, I decided that I wanted to host my own microblog, so I made a minimalist microblogging WordPress theme for that purpose.
Resources for Wordpress users who want to use HTML and CSS to alter the structure, look, and feel of their themes, posts, and pages.
Here are the tools, hosts, themes, and plugins I use to build WordPress sites quickly and get the most out of them after they launch.
Most Genesis themes don't allow content to go edge-to-edge out of the box. Here's how to add a new full width widget area to your Genesis theme.
Are you moving your Jekyll site from shared hosting over to S3 and Cloudfront while using your own DNS? Here is what you need to do.
Do you use Hubspot? Here are three lesser-known Hubspot tools to help you get the most out of your marketing and sales workflows.
A collection of Liquid templates I made for my Jekyll-powered blog: Adding open graph and Twitter cards, Disqus comments, posts by tag, a heatmap calendar for posts, and a book review template.