This website is assembled by myself using WordPress, a number of plugins, and some custom adjustments here and there.
What will I be writing about, you ask? Well, the short answer is whatever I feel like. Which most likely will be problems I have solved, things I have discovered, things that amuse me, things I ponder upon, books I read, major things happening in my life, et cetera. The topics will for the most part be in the software development category, however, since I will be writing about whatever I feel like, other interests of mine will also probably come up once in a while. For example general computer stuff not related to programming, hobbies, psychology, and the greater questions about life.
If you are curious about the site title and tagline, this blog post might clear some things up.
- Theme: Twenty Fourteen by the WordPress Team.
- Random photos, like the one below: Mostly from rgbstock.
- Plugins: Listed below
Checks your blog for broken links and missing images and notifies you on the dashboard if any are found.
Enables the WordPress classic editor and the old-style Edit Post screen with TinyMCE, Meta Boxes, etc. Supports the older plugins that extend this screen.
This plugin allows you to insert code snippets to your posts with nice syntax highlighting powered by GeSHi library. After enabling this plugin visit the options page to configure code style.
Disqus helps publishers increase engagement and build loyal audiences. Supports syncing comments to your database for easy backup.
Customize the colors of the Twenty Fourteen Theme, directly within the Customizer.
A functionality plugin for extending the Twenty Fourteen theme without touching code.
This plugin allows you to add any stats code to either the Header or Footer of your posts.
List your github and bitbucket projects on your Wordpress blog really, really easily. Why? Because you’re a baller.
This plugin improves SEO using sitemaps for best indexation by search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo and others.
Makes the native WordPress galleries use a lightbox script called ColorBox to display the fullsize images.
Inserts Facebook Open Graph, Google+/Schema.org, Twitter Card and SEO Meta Tags into your WordPress Blog/Website for more effective and efficient Facebook, Google+ and Twitter sharing results. You can also choose to insert the “enclosure” and “media:content” tags to the RSS feeds, so that apps like RSS Graffiti and Twitterfeed post the image to Facebook correctly.
This simple plugin adds an option to an administrator’s Tools menu which displays standard phpinfo() feedback details to the user and allows to send in email.
Manages your WordPress database. Allows you to optimize database, repair database, backup database, restore database, delete backup database , drop/empty tables and run selected queries. Supports automatic scheduling of backing up, optimizing and repairing of database.
Display WordPress plugins that you currently have (both active and inactive) onto a post/page.
WP DB Clean cleans up the WordPress database by removing revision, draft and auto draft data etc.
Access to complete LaTeX distribution. Publish formulae & graphics using native LaTeX syntax directly in the text. Inline formulas, displayed equations auto-numbering, labeling and referencing, AMS-LaTeX, TikZ, custom LaTeX preamble. No LaTeX installation required. Easily customizable using UI dialog. Actively developed and maintained. Visit QuickLaTeX homepage for more info.