Posted on May 8, 2019Categories Plugin Development, Technology, WordPressTags , , , , , ,   Leave a comment on Cloning A VVV 2.6 Install

Cloning A VVV 2.6 Install

Decided to upgrade my long-term VVV setup that I use for daily client consulting work in preparation for a new gig as head of R&D and CTO for a super cool tech startup. As usual I should have left things alone as it was working fine; I only wanted to play with the newer VVV toys. You’d think I’d learn by now. What I ended up doing was cloning a working baseline VVV install I had created a few weeks … Continue reading “Cloning A VVV 2.6 Install”

Posted on March 25, 2019Categories TechnologyTags , , , , , , , , , , 1 Comment on The Code Block : WordPress Plugin Development Block 0

The Code Block : WordPress Plugin Development Block 0

The very first class at The Code Block at The BlockYard is going to begin the journey with WordPress plugin development. This is a starting point only. Something to get the ball rolling. Anticipate multiple forks as we start down the “Code Block chain”. We most certainly will end up in places we don’t expect as we follow this coding journey were it takes us over the next 6 months.

Posted on June 29, 2016Categories Plugin Development, Technology, WordPressTags , , , , , , , 2 Comments on Changing PHP Version On Vagrant

Changing PHP Version On Vagrant

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); After nearly 24 hours of working on this issue I finally figure out how to change the running version of PHP from the WEB SERVER under VVV for my WordPress development environment.  I recall, at a WordPress conference last year, someone touting how easy it was to change PHP versions to test plugin and theme development on various deployment stacks.    Sure, if you happen to want to pull a whole new box image with just … Continue reading “Changing PHP Version On Vagrant”