I'm quite sure, by know, you know that I'm heavily invested in GDPR. Specifically when it comes to looking past the law texts surrounding the regulation, focusing on providing the actual tools needed to comply with the new lives of a website administrator after May 25th, 2018. One thing is to spend piles of money … Continue reading GDPR going into WordPress Core
In December 2017 together with Peter Suhm from WPPusher.com, we'd just launched the basic idea of a PHP object Interface to tackle the upcoming GDPR challenges. Our Ideá was that a common interface adopted and implemented by the general community of WordPress would ensure a unified way of identifying Personal Data, and this makes it … Continue reading Meetup Porto: Interview about GDPR for WP
The carefree "let's code this stuff, and ask visitors for their names and personal preferences" so that we can ____ is over! In about 192 days from now, EU General Data Protection Regulation will protect any personally identifiable information on any EU citizen, anywhere on the web - no matter where in the world your … Continue reading GDPR is comming
Jeg er næsten ligeglad med hvilket tema du vælger, bare du vælger et med en rigtig god page builder - sådan en af dem hvor du kan ændre på strukturen for dit indlæg eller side, uden at skulle kode. Lige nu betyder det et tema med Visual Composer fra WPBakery. Her får du flest funktioner … Continue reading (Danish)Use Visual Composer and Advanced Custom Fields for your next WP project – no coding required
So you'd like an image to have a colourful overlay of sorts, right? Then this is what you need: background-blend-mode: CSS-Tricks.com is the place to go for anything related to CSS I would have loved the feature when we did Danner.dk back in the day, but luckily it was around when Åfjord.no was built!
Every year there is a WordCamp in Danmark, and this year I was on stage with a live version of a Happiness bar where people could ask questions that I would then try to solve/explain. We started with a demo on a fix for the WordCamps own website, not fully responsive - that's the first … Continue reading Happinessbar LIVE from WordCamp Denmark 2015
You can do that ? Well, sort of... Google reserve some right to index whatever they can find online. Often you'd want content to go offline if it's old or otherwise irrelevant in the sense that it's outdated. If that is the case, you can ask Google to remove links to the content The tool … Continue reading How to remove links from Google Searchresults