Copy git commits from one branch to another with
Seriously? An orphaned word in the headline on the homepage of an essentially one-page website?
I want my development environment to be running on linux in a VM on AWS.
The debate between AngularJS and Backbone.js raging in my mind got me thinking…
There are basically two different types of sites: a content-delivering website and an app. The markup for content sites ought to be semantic and well-formed, aiding in the distribution and consumption of its content. It gives meaning to content regardless of how it’s presented.
But apps, where the focus is function and not static content, have no need for semantic markup. In this context the main role of HTML, contrary to what it began as, is presentation. It is design that gives everything meaning, not the markup that you don’t see. This is because the consumer is always a human, and humans don’t care about markup, they only care about what they see.
2013-04-12Complete guide to domains and DNS:
Pretty much all you need to know: CNAME records, A records, and why you shouldn’t use apex domains.
Occasionally I will think I am in one branch but am actually in another, and then, double-checking which branch I’m in before I commit, I realize I’m in the wrong branch. Fortunately, this is an easy fix:
git stash git checkout [correct branch] git stash apply
If you left out some files from a commit or modified some files after a commit, but it’s more appropriate to include these changes in the currently staged commit rather than making a new commit, you can amend the commit, adding these extraneous files.
git commit --amend -C HEAD
git commit --amend -m "Your message."
2013-04-05Hate orphans? Me too.:
Join me in the good fight to purge our world of orphans. Typographical orphans that is. Using jQuery.
A multi-tenant application for (easily) making and maintaining church websites.
I have made this site with a responsive design, catering to multiple screen sizes. Resize your browser window and see how it changes as it gets smaller. If you're reading this on your phone go to a computer.
You will see that I've demonstrated many of my abilities in this site alone. Also, check out the GitHub repo for this site—it's public.