My focus this µsprint was WordPress (which I haven’t really looked that much into), with the following results:
- https://veduz.com now using WordPress again.
- Added statistics to sites, – setting up a matomo-server, and added the WP-matomo-plugin.
- Improved my WordPress dev setup (documented below).
- Survey of themes and plugins.
- Made tiny wordpress plugin, which lists my web/apps.
- Started documenting µsprints on veduz.com.
- Tried to fix WordPress plugin bug for a friend (but blocked, as the issues was non-reproducible in my setup).
- Helped another friend setup WordPress sites.
- Some (non-WordPress) consulting.
- docker + npx browser-sync for wordpress dev environment (see notes below)
- Neve seems to be one of the best bets for a general theme (very popular and good open source development despite being quite new, and quite customisable)
- Brush up on how to make simple wordpress plugin
- µSprint public notes in wordpress, and tasks-progress/private-notes in daylog/notes.
- Elementor Pro has bad license for development (tries to be non-GPL), and thus not interesting.
- Beaver Builder Lite does not work with multi-site, – thus I cannot just turn it on to experiment with (and do not need it enough to buy it yet).
WordPress development environment
One configuration file, and two commands, – let let
XXXXXX with proper password)
And then just run
To have auto-reload run
npx browser-sync start --proxy "localhost:3002" --files www/**