I’m currently working on a redesign of a site of a good friend. He’s a professional photographer from Amsterdam and I built his first site in 2011. Back then, I build his site with nexCMS, my very own CMS, which was based on the Zend Framework. Throughout the years, my friend created almost 4000+ posts […]
Badestrand is the German word for bathing beach and although the official bathing beach season is over in Germany, there’s always a beach anywhere on the globe that is nice and warm and that can benefit from this fantastic set of Hanne & Lore. I’m sure, even my friends back in Germany enjoy this set […]
While driving through Jakarta, I passed a sign saying ATM. I used ATMs around the globe countless times, but I never asked myself what ATM actually stands for. My first thought was “Automated Transaction Machine”. My second thought was, transactions are triggered my humans, thus, they’re not automated. Then, I thought that ATM might stand […]
A month ago the development of Twenty Twenty, the new default theme for WordPress 5.3, started. I was fortunate enough to see the development starting in the early days. As I’m very passionate about theme development, I contributed pretty much from the first day.
While working on my sister’s site, I noticed that every image was available in 10 different formats caused by 19 different images size definitions.
Just stumbled upon this fantastic video of Mike Pound who explains how SQL injections work and what risk they cause. Please note that running SQL injections on other’s sites is considered a crime! Don’t be a jerk and only experiment with SQL injections on own (local) sites!
At the WordCamp Jakarta 2019, I presented WP-CLI Hacks. While the video of the talk should be available soon on https://wordpress.tv/, the slides can already be downloaded via Niels Lange – WP-CLI Hacks.
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A while ago, a good friend infected me with the Rubik’s Cube virus. I went ahead and got myself a 2×2, a 3×3 and a 4×4 cube to begin with. A few days ago, I extended my collection by a 5×5 and a 6×6. I absolutely love playing with the Rubik’s Cubes. And as I’ve […]
It’s time for another WordPress Meetup Ubud. I’m looking forward to getting together next Thursday at The Onion Collective. Detailed information can be found on All things WordPress.