There’s no escape from the fact that I love fish. I try to have fish as much as I can. Whether at home or at a restaurant. But today, I am talking about a different kind of fishes. Fishes that are made up of lines of code and live inside your computer instead of water.
And no, I’m not talking about ASCIIQuarium.
I’m talking about Fish Shell. A shell so good, Apple should’ve made it the default shell instead of Zsh.
In this Fish Shell review, I will talk about all the features that Fish has to offer that makes it different from any other shell out there and a couple of additional Fish Shell related things.
Last month, I was bored, so I decided to learn how to install Arch, to see what it’s all about and obviously, so I can say: BTW, I use Arch!
Few clicks here and few clicks there and my laptop was rocking Manjaro BSPWM.
I decided to dedicate my first review in 2019 to an app that I’ve been using for a long time now. iTerm2. The superb macOS terminal app.
The first time I started using a terminal app was back in the days when News47ell was hosted by DigitalOcean. I used to SSH into my server when I needed to manage the backend of my site.
Now, I use the terminal to build and manage News47ell on GitHub.
If you are a Pingdom user, then now is the great time to look for the best free Pingdom alternatives since on February 6, 2019, the free plan will cease to exist.
By this time I am sure that you have received an email from them saying that they won’t offer the free plan anymore because they want to “ensure the best possible product experience for SolarWinds Pingdom users”.
OK. That’s great. But, what about us who only want to monitor 1 site and don’t want to pay $11.95 a month?
In this article, I will tell you about two of the best free Pingdom alternatives that I personally use to monitor News47ell.com and all the features that they offer for free.
I know, right!
This was out of nowhere for me too. I was just trying to find a new challenge for my self.
I memorized the steps necessary to publish an article in WordPress and it became boring. So, I decided to switch things up, learn something new and save some money at the same time.
At first, I wanted to move to Jekyll because I knew about it from years ago and I always been interested in trying it as well as learning about GitHub. But never had a real reason to do so, until now.
Mostly it’s used to add an extra bit of info to the subject that you’re talking about.
If you’ve been reading News47ell from the beginning, or you are a new reader who checked older posts, then I’m sure that you’ve noticed that I link to other sites Daring Fireball style.
Meaning, the title of specific posts in my RSS feed is actually a link to a site that I recommend you visit.
Today, I will teach you How to Add Linked List Posts to The GeneratePress Theme using the Daring Fireball-style Linked List WordPress Plugin By Yinjie Soon so you can have the same style of linking to other sites in your RSS feed as well as on your website.
When you start paying attention to the speed of your WordPress site, one of the most important things to look after is all the external requests that your site makes to all kinds of services.
A popular external request that many sites make is to Google Analytics.
And when you test your site in GTmetrix or Pingdom, you will notice the following message:
‘Leverage browser caching for the following cacheable resources: https://www.google-analytics.com/analytics.js’
In this tutorial, I will tell you how to host Google Analytics locally in WordPress to Leverage Browser Caching in order to increase the speed and the score of your site in GTmetrix.