Posted 05.11.2013 @ 4.55PM
Correct, if you are using a package like Wordpress there would be a plugin for it.
The meta tags are used to give preference to specific details which the social networks can display.
Posted 13.10.2013 @ 10.33AM
Being aware of your device/resolution rules/breakpoints can yield a much better solution when it comes to responsive layouts. Doing early tests with your proposed layouts can really save headaches down the track.
When in doubt checkout what some of the bigger frameworks do and try to replicate them within your project where it is suitable.
Posted 22.09.2013 @ 1.50PM
It would probably be better to put some caching on there. My first step would be a free cloudflare account or even just a Wordpress cache tool like W3 Total Cache.
20 & 3 refer to the server load. The severity of those numbers depends directly on how many cores the server cpu(s) are running.
It was probably just an aggressive brute force attempt at your admin passwords if high traffic isn't normaly for your site. I would also look at hardening your WP install to ensure only you have access to the important files.
Posted 29.05.2012 @ 4.50PM
We've been talking about doing something of the sorts. Just might need to give @zannstpierre a kick up the pants to get it happening. We were thinking of doing weekends away with a chef, accommodation and a head tutor for the weekend. If there is enough interest in that kind of thing we can certainly make it happen.
Posted 12.02.2012 @ 11.43AM
@zannstpierre Create a separate category in the jobs list if you must advertise these types of positions. Maybe even provide information on the pros and cons of this type of work. Testimonials, etc.
Personally I don't agree with the practice because it's too easy an avenue for exploitation. If you work you should be remunerated accordingly.