Using MailCatcher for local mail testing

When developing web applications on your local machine, you will often want to test e-mails. For the longest time, I would use an environmental switch in PHP depending on the domain (for example, I would set different values if the domain was stirrell.second-cup-of-coffee or www.second-cup-of-coffee.com) and include values for email addresses. I had my local […]

Sublime Text’s Extend Selection to Word in TextMate 2

One of the coolest features of Sublime Text 2, in my opinion, is the ability to use the command, “Extend Selection to Word” with Sublime Text’s multiple cursors. Using this command, one can highlight a word they want to change, select the command (or the key command equivalent) which selects the next instance of the word […]

Display the caption of a featured image in WordPress

Have you ever wanted to display the caption of a Featured Image in WordPress? I recently had need to do this and figured out a way to accomplish this. When you set the Featured Image for a post in WordPress, you can add additional information for the image: Title, Caption, Alt Text and Description. It […]

Inspecting rollover elements in Chrome and Firefox

For some reason, this was never apparent to me but it is actually pretty straightforward. I used to use tricks to inspect rollover elements like changing the CSS display: none to display: block inline with Firebug. But there is actually a much easier way to test these elements. In Chrome’s Web Inspector, simply use the […]

Adding a Prefixr command to TextMate 2

I was recently looking into how to add a Prefixr command to TextMate 2. For those of you not familiar, Prefixr is a way (created by Jeffrey Way of NetTuts) to take a new-ish CSS property like box-shadow or transform and add all the vendor-specific prefixes automatically. So: transform: rotate(-7deg); becomes: -webkit-transform: rotate(-7deg); -moz-transform: rotate(-7deg); […]