Every developer has probably had to edit their hosts file to point to a dev server at some time or another. I’ve spent a lot of time in the shell so that doesn’t bother me much, but the initial reaction to a command line interface or shell-based text editors for some people is to run screaming from the room. I’ve finally worked out a solution for those suffering from CLI-Phobias and rather than email it out to all of them, I thought I’d put it up here and point at it instead.
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If you’re just getting started with WordPress, I very highly recommend getting acclimated with an account at WordPress.com. That will give you a chance to play around with a lot of the features without having to spend any money. Of course, if you like the features there, you can continue to use it for personal […]
As a young web developer back in the mid-90’s, we didn’t worry about stuff like separating content from appearance. We just built our frame sets and table-based layouts, added all the fonts and styling inline, and just let everyone gaze in awe at the mere fact we could make one of those magical “web thingamajigs.” […]