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Pulling Ordinary Files from WordPress Media Library Using Gatsby Resolvers

Back in September 2019 I wrote an article that covered the downloading and caching of images from the WordPress Media Library into Gatsby. I was working with relatively normal Gatsby builds, that only needed access to images from WordPress. Since then I was began work on a project that needed to pull in both images […]

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Gatsby with WordPress – Caching Downloaded Media Images to Reduce Build Time

I have been working with WordPress as a back end CMS (one of the many micro services) and Gatsby to generate the website. To connect the two I am using a WordPress plugin called WP GraphQL, and a Gatsby plugin called Gatsby Source GraphQL. Everything was working brilliantly, apart from being able to use any […]

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Software Install for WordPress and JS Environments – The Best I Know

My rundown of a clean development install for WordPress and JS development. I have got it perfect after many mistakes. This is a guide for me (and hopefully it can help you) for setting up a new system, quickly. On Windows (sorry Mac kids, wrong blog).

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GatsbyJS and WordPress Gives Website a Lease of Life

After over three years of having the same WordPress theme, it was time for a change! This came about for a few reasons. There was nothing overwhelmingly wrong with the theme, but the font wasn’t the best on mobile. It’s nice to read an article on a mobile phone and not have to squint. I […]

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The Rise of the Content Mesh

Time after time I have wanted to use parts from multiple platforms, but have been tied to a pre-set CMS with no flexibility. Now we have the content mesh!

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Simple WordPress Custom Login Page

As a site admin, or a user of the admin area of WordPress you will see a lot of the login page. It does the job for a personal blog, but if the site you are developing is for a client it probably shouldn’t be covered with the WordPress logo and links. These few snippets […]

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Turbo VM Extension injecting code

For those of you who have found the same thing. Enter Turbo VM Extension.   I was in the latter stages of developing a WordPress theme when I found a strange section of code inserted at the bottom of the page. I originally thought it was a mistake in my code as there was a large white […]