What to do if the MAMP app fails to start MySQL server? (Using the Terminal)
On my macOS devices I use MAMP app by appsolute GmbH for local web development. So far, this is the perfect app for me to have a local server environment. But sometimes there are problems such as the following error message when I try to start the servers:
MySQL wasn't able to start. Please check log for more informationContinue reading →
Why is the code from my functions.php file not working from inside the plugin?
It happens that after moving a PHP code from theContinue reading →
functions.phpfile of the theme on a WordPress website to the functionality plugin, it stops working and even leads to an inaccessible of the website, although before that it worked. In this article I will explain why the custom PHP code does not work from inside the functionality plugin, and I show you how to solve this.
What to do if phpMyAdmin from the MAMP installation fails to access MySQL?
On my macOS devices I use MAMP app by appsolute GmbH for local web development. But sometimes there are problems. When I try to access the phpMyAdmin web page located atContinue reading →
localhost/phpMyAdmin/index.php, the following error message appears:
How to download a complete macOS Mojave installer app
Attempting to download macOS Mojave from the Mac App Store I found that a small 22 MB version of the “Install macOS Mojave.app” file downloads to the “Applications” folder, rather than the complete 6 GB installer file.Continue reading →
Add Google AdSense Matched content to a Jekyll website
Google AdSense is a free and easy way to earn money by placing third-party advertisements on a website. Did you know that you can use Google AdSense to also show related posts in Jekyll? Yes, there is a feature called “Matched Content”, and it is 100% responsive (mobile-friendly). You also have the option to monetize this unit with relevant ads that are shown alongside your related posts. I decided to try this feature in action to add the related posts unit at the end of each blog post, just above the comments section. In this article, I will show you how to easily use Google AdSense Matched content to show related posts in Jekyll.Continue reading →