The last project I was working on before starting work as a Happiness Engineer at Automattic was a simple theme built on the Genesis Framework, incorporating elements of accessibility. I was working on this until around March of this year, but didn’t want it to disappear, forgotten, never to be seen again. So I’ve now… Continue reading Introducing ‘Easeful’ – an accessible theme built on the Genesis Framework
Original Source: https://happinessengineer.blog/2018/10/24/from-trial-to-jetpack-he/ Four weeks into my Happiness Engineer Trial I recall the moment I was pinged in Slack to have a ‘chat’ about whether or not I was going to be recommended to HR for a ‘HR chat’ – the next stage in the hiring process. It had been an intense four weeks –… Continue reading From Trial to Jetpack HE
Redirecting PDFs works in the same way as redirecting pages, and is important in order to maintain search engine rankings when you are migrating your site. There are some scenarios such as spaces in URLS that you need to be mindful of.
The GDPR is a new EU regulation aimed at strengthening data protection laws for EU (and UK) citizens. This comes into force today, May 25th, and there are several key points that website owners should know about in order to make sure websites are compliant.
WordPress.com blogs are protected by the Akismet comment spam filter. Akismet is pretty good at catching spam, but it is always still learning. You may receive spam comments, spam likes, or even spam likes on comments. There are steps you can take to resolve this. It’s worth noting that if you get a sudden spike… Continue reading How to protect your blog from spammers